Embodied Yoga as Fascial Fitness an explorative movement workshop
Indaba Yoga Studio (click here to book)
sunday june 17th
In this workshop we will explore the ‘how’ of movement patterns. Using yoga asana as a common language, We will amplify our awareness of the unique patterns that are held in our body that may contribute to a physical limitation, injury or even chronic pain. We will begin to explore fascial connections throughout the body and look at patterns of flexion and extension that open the fascial layers. Lastly, we will explore a new way of moving that will positively affect the fabric of the fascial system, increase overall health, strength and flexibility. This practice is intended for yoga practitioners with a curious mind. It is open to those with limitations, chronic pain and a desire to add depth and dimensionality to an embodied movement practice.
Lizzie Reumont is an advanced certified Jivamukti yoga teacher, a Rolfer, and a Rolf Movement Practitioner. Her liver transplant in 2013 increased her curiosity for how the body functions and is limited by, and can recover from illness and injury. She is continually curious about how we inhabit our physical container with its great potential and challenges in gravity.