A Walk Through The Body

From toes to fingertips to the top of the head. We will walk through the body and address each joint. How it moves and how not.  What yoga therapy can do to keep it mobile and enjoying an active life.

Why should we move the neck and the spine in six directions on a daily basis?
What could the popping and creaking be which one hears sometimes with movement?
What is tracking and why it is so importing to a healthy knee joint?
Do your toes respond to what you want them to do?  Why Not!

It is all connected, a slight movement at the top of the torso can effect what is happening in the legs and the feet. When the shoulders are out of balance do you think the hips like that, they don’t. The balance of the body looked at as a whole, each piece of the puzzle fitting together.

During the workshop we will not just imagine and talk ‘How to walk through the body’, but actually do it, experiencing the relevant yoga therapy asanas and breathing techniques. In fact you will leave with a different knowledge and insight into this mind and body restoring trip. A hand-out with all relevant aspects covered in the workshop is included as well.

You can take notes and there will be time for Q and A. You do not have to bring anything specific (except a mat and blanket), but an open mind and a friendly attitude.
Thank you!

We promise you THREE HOURS of well spent time towards your goal to learn and explore a hike you never done before.

Time and location: T.B.A

More workshops:

Balance and Bones  –   Everyday Yoga 108 Ways  –   Your Anti-Stress Tool Box   –    Yoga!? Yes – You Can (for Beginners)


Important Disclaimer:

“The yoga therapy components of my [instruction or practice] are based on the credentials earned as Graduate of Yoga Therapy RX at Loyola Marymount University and Yoga Therapy Clinical Practicum at Healing Yoga Institute, not derived from my status as an RYT ®with Yoga Alliance Registry.”

The news, suggestions, information, exercises and other offers or items on this website are intended for informational purposes only. Not all exercise is suitable for everyone. To reduce the risk of injury, please consult your Doctor before engaging in any physical and/or therapeutic exercise program. Nothing is intended to be a substitute for professional medical care.

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