Based upon our yoga lineage of Krishnamacharya which advocates a yoga practice matched to the student's needs, we combine the latest research in physiology, kinesiology and biomechanics with a variety of unique and easy yoga postures to achieve:
- Countermeasures to aging issues, stress, hormonal imbalance, sedentary lifestyle
- Healthy movement regimen to address repetitive motion injuries, chronic pain, surgery/injury
- Flexibility, mobility and balance improvements
- Rest/relax response of parasympathetic nervous system for anxiety or sleep issues
- Fascial release and relief from body stiffness & pain
- Structural re-patterning for compensatory pain, immobility, aging, poor posture
- Improvement in circulation, respiration, vagal tone, emotional stability
WHAT IS FASCIA?
Fascia is the connective tissue, or scaffolding, which separates and supports internal structures, muscles & organs. Fascia facilitates "slide & glide" of internal structures, and if restricted, the result may be pain, muscle tension, diminished blood flow, weakness or loss of mobility. New medical research attributes expanded benefits to fascia in proprioception (sensing where one's body is in space) and in "mediating lymphatic and fluid distribution" related to optimal health and healing from disease "Interstitium - the largest organ in the body
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Popular yoga practices may not always be productive and can cause injuries. In this 4-part work, director, Marianne provides solutions to the common obstacles students may encounter in their yoga practice.
CERTIFIED YOGA INSTRUCTION
Our sessions are instructional and provide yoga education complemented with verbal and hands-on guidance to achieve optimal alignment of yoga postures. We are Yoga Alliance (YA) trained, certified and accredited Yoga Instructors, not Massage nor Physical Therapists. Fascial Release methods are a supplement to YA training earned through AnatomyAcademy Certification in Fascial Release for Yoga (C-FRY). We do not offer medical advice. For medical issues, please obtain your medical professional's approval to practice yoga.