All workshops include an opening meditation, breath awareness, full savasana, and accommodates all levels. Workshops may be designed as a 60, 90, or 120 min class or as a 2 -3 part series. Other workshops focusing on specific poses, anatomy, and alignment are available as well.
Freeing the Psoas
What is the Psoas muscle and why is it important? Learn about the psoas, our flight, fight, or freeze muscle, and deepen your understanding through your yoga practice. Discover several asana, techniques, and dynamic movements to stretch and strengthen the psoas muscle.
Our intention will be to bring awareness to our feet, giving recognition to what supports each step of everyday. Learn to give your feet some love and discover how to strengthen your feet through various yoga poses, such as Tadasana, Utkatasana, Virabhadrasana 1 and 2, finding true foot engagement, Padha Bandha.
The ‘Electronic Age’ has taken its toll upon our bodies in a frightening way, debilitating a major portion of the population. Learn the benefits of breathing and back care. This subtle approach yields noticeable results. Once we are grounded with our breath, we will flow through asana with our focus on lengthening the spine and core awareness, taking the strain from our lumbar spine as much as possible.
A workshop breaking down a therapeutically aligned Sun Salutation A and B. We will begin slow, holding each pose for at least 3-5 breaths as we allow our bodies to learn our new alignment. As our practice progresses, we will align breath with movement, flow smoother and with less cues until we each individually create own our flow.
My yoga tune-up balls go with me everywhere. I really do not know what my life would be like at this point without learning self massage with therapy balls. We will massage ourselves from our feet and toes all the way up the spine to the jaw and skull. We will also review the importance of fascia and its vital role in our health, using Tune Up Massage Therapy Balls to help open up the fascia from the feet all the way to the shoulders and neck. To learn more about ball rolling, check out my blog post: