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ROLL, RELEASE and REJUVENATE WORKSHOP

Roll, Release and Rejuvenate Workshop

 Do you you suffer from tension in your neck and shoulders, lower back pain, tension headaches, plantair fascia, carpal tunnel syndrome or need some self nourishment?

Then this workshop is for you. It will help you to feel more whole, connected, balanced, grounded and an overall sense of well being.

Join us to relieve “issues with your tissues.”

 In this workshop you will learn about Fascia and different massage techniques with The Therapy Massage Balls to help:

-Release Tension
-Sooth sore muscles and tissues
-Help eradicate pain
-Mobilize and Rejuvenate stiff joints
-Improve Posture
-Incorporate MFR into your yoga practice

-Facilitate mind-body connection

-Promote physical & emotional healing

And……. to become aware of your body’s blind spots, areas that are misaligned, mistreated and neglected.

Self Massage or Myofascial Release (commonly known as MFR) uses various manual techniques to apply sustained pressure into the myofascia ( Muscles) to reduce and eliminate fascial restrictions, triggerpoints, tightness and chronic posture and/or alignment issues,  MFR has been extremely successful in treating all levels of pain, helping restore function, mobility and improving overall health.

No yoga experience necessary, students of all levels are welcome!

Date: Sunday June 23th

Costs: €30

if you like you can buy your own special massages ball set for €15. We also provide balls to use for this workshop.

Teacher: Nina Watson

Nina Watson is an International E-RYT500 Yoga, Yoga Medicine Therapeutic Specialist, Pilates, Yoga Tune Up® ,Yin, Meditation and Mindfulness teacher from the Netherlands, with more than two decades of teaching experience. She is honored to be an assistant to Tiffany Cruikshank, the founder of Yoga Medicine. Nina holds a degree in education, special needs and has a gift for teaching.

 She has a strong interest in anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and meditation and is passionate about educating and inspiring students to use yoga as medicine by using both Eastern and Westen perspectives in her training.

 “Nowadays we live so much in our head that if we are not careful we become detached from our bodies.”

By inviting people to take residence into their bodies, they ease tension, establish body awareness and learn to re-connect with themselves.

 She has been living and teaching in Europe, the Middle East and South East Asia.

Currently she lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia where she teaches workshops, myofascial release, teacher trainings and specializes in one on one private therapeutic sessions tailored to the students needs. Nina continues to be a dedicated student of anatomy, movement and meditation in order to be of service to her students.

 Sign up by sending an email to info@yogaseads.nl