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Myofascial Release Workshop



One of the most profound practices that help you to release the body deeply, this is a low impact class combining Myofascial release, yoga and guided relaxation. Our bodies hold tension, physically & emotionally. From the body holding its posture from day to day, injuries, imbalance, muscle weakness/tightness and habitual patterns we can feel achy, tired and sometime clunky in our bodies. This delicious & DEEP practice releases the whole body. We take our time to move slowly through the techniques and can really learn more about our limitations, niggles and areas that feel blocked. We use a ball (provided) or hands to massage, spread and manipulate the connective tissues within the body (our inner spider web like fabric). After rolling and massaging the different fascial meridian lines we arrange ourselves into our yoga postures, using cushions and props to support the body to release. This is one of the deepest practices to aid full body flexibility and relaxation. If you haven't tried myofascial release before prepare to be amazed!


Saturday 20th April

11.00-1.00pm

£22.22 per person

The Oaks Community Hall, Harvington, Kidderminster.


+ Enjoy a practice working with the muscles, joints and connective tissues.

+ Myofascial release to unlock tension in specific areas.

+ Yoga to deeply stretch the whole body, increasing flexibility & improving range of movement.

+ Enjoy a guided relaxation to integrate spaciousness and rest.


What is Myofascial release? Fascia is a fabric like web that surrounds and supports muscles, organs, bones and nerve fibers. It interweaves itself within the WHOLE body. This connective tissue does more than provide internal structure; fascia has nerves that make it almost as sensitive as skin. When stressed, it tightens up. It’s designed to stretch as you move and if we are doing repetitive movements that over work an area of the body, when we become sedentary and if we experience trauma like an injury/surgery even emotional this will cause the fascia to tighten around muscles, which can then limit mobility and cause painful knots, aches and tightness to develop.

+ Reduces stress & anxiety

+ Improves circulation

+ Aids sleep

+ Calms the mind

+ Improves range of movement

+ Increases flexibility

+ Aids in rehabilitating injuries







I can't wait to see you! V x



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