Musculoskeletal asymmetries in posture are common. Asymmetry can arise from the repetitive ways we use our body, as a result of injury or even the way we carry our psycho-emotional experiences. These asymmetries, over time, can cause pain, reduced range of motion, block energy flow and even impact our sense of well being.
In this workshop you will partner with another student to explore your unique structure and identify areas of asymmetry. As a group we will identify categories of asana (yoga postures) and somatic practices that work to restore balance.
During the remainder of class time students will use class material to create a personal home practice tailored to meet unique structural needs. Ellen will work with each student to support this process. The work we do in class is not a quick fix. This is an opportunity to discover skillful ways to integrate therapeutic movement into a personal practice. This practice will, over time, cultivate balance, greater ease of movement and an increased sense of well being.
This workshop is best for serious students who are committed to a simple, safe home practice for maintaining healthy mobility and psycho-emotional well being.
Due to the nature of this workshop registration is limited to 12. An even number of students is required as we will be working in partners. You may register with a friend or meet your partner when you arrive.
February 1, 2020 – at One Yoga Center (rescheduled form the 8th)
$65 by January 29, 2020 $75 after