BALLS: A MyoYin Workshop with Nicky Hadjithoma
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About the Workshop
In this fun and immersive workshop, we will learn how to combine the use of therapy balls and myofascial release techniques with the gentle practice of yin yoga to release deeply held tensions in the body and encourage healing from within.
Fascia is a continuous web of connective tissue that wraps around, runs through and supports every muscle and organ in the body. The accumulative effects of our posture, stress and sports activity can result in tightness and restriction of these tissues that will benefit from a more targeted release than our long, passive stretches can offer alone.
Myofascial release (MFR) techniques are designed to facilitate deep tissue relaxation, improve range of motion, enhance circulation, hydrate the tissues and de-stress the body – helping to reduce pain and inflammation and aid in revitalising the body’s own self-healing nature.
This slow therapeutic approach, combined with our nourishing yin yoga practice, will help the body to function more efficiently, perform better and leave you feeling good from the inside out.
Who is this for? Anyone who carries tension from office work, travel, stress, new parenthood, any type of sports training – looking to hydrate and strengthen their tissues, promote circulation, enhance their physical well-being, or simply enjoy an opportunity to relax and practise self-care.
Schedule & Description
Session 1: Upper Body
16 May, 10:00am to 12:30pm
Presentation (30 min):
The workshop will begin with an introduction to fascia, its function within the body and how it affects our range of motion and feelings of overall health and well-being. We will identify the most common areas of tightness in the upper body and look closely at the various techniques that target these trigger points of pain.
Practice (120 min):
A MyoYin practice focusing on the neck, shoulders, upper and lower back, arms, wrists and hands. We will roll, hold and release and witness the subtle and sometimes not-so-subtle physical changes that this powerful and effective treatment provides.
Session 2: Lower Body
16 May, 1:30pm to 4:00pm
Presentation (30 min):
We will kick-start the afternoon with a discussion on how to integrate this therapeutic practice into your daily routine – when and how you should practise MFR and MyoYin effectively.
Practice (120 min):
A MyoYin practice focusing on the feet, ankles, thighs, outer hips and butt. Once we roll out the tender parts of our lower body, we will end by marinading in a slow and nourishing yin practice that will maximise this tension release and leave us calm in the body as well as the mind.
Full Workshop Series
Pure Cardholders: S$268 (Early-bird 20% Discount, register by 17 April 2020)
Non-Pure Cardholders: S$302 (Early-bird 10% Discount, register by 17 April 2020)
Regular Pricing: S$335
Single Session Only
Pure Cardholders: S$168 (Early-bird 20% Discount, register by 17 April 2020)
Non-Pure Cardholders: S$189 (Early-bird 10% Discount, register by 17 April 2020)
Regular Pricing: S$210
Limited to 20 students – secure your spot now!
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Early-Bi rd Discount
Early-Bird Price: Application sent in on or before 17 April 2020.
Regular Price: Application sent in starting from 18 April 2020.
No refund or credit will be given for cancellation starting 17 April 2020.
All refunds are subject to a 10% processing fee that will be deducted from your refund.
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