Do you suffer from low back, hip, leg and foot pain or tension? Would you like to learn simple self-care techniques you can use every day to make your body feel better and function more efficiently?
In this workshop you will learn how to reduce inflammation, ease chronic low back, hip, leg and foot pain, improve alignment, and learn how to keep your whole body working better. You will learn how the connective tissue in your body becomes dehydrated and what the common aches and pains are that are caused by this dehydration. M.E.L.T. is a way to rehydrate this essential system in our bodies for vibrant health and pain-free movement. MELTing is a simple and easy way to relieve aches and pains brought on by aging and active living.
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The SI joint is often overlooked as a common cause for back pain in Yoga practice and in life because of its complex nature. In this workshop, we will explore the anatomy & biomechanics of this baffling joint and participate in a therapeutic Yoga practice to open as well as stabilize this area. You will leave feeling lighter and freer in your lower back, pelvis and hips with tools you can use safely at home
• Learn how to distinguish between lower back pain and sacroiliac joint dysfunction
• Experience the Purna Yoga Hip Opening Series
• Learn traction techniques that you can practice at home
• Strengthen and stabilize the SI Joint
• Understand how to modify your practice to suit your body’s needs
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Today's Schedule at Yoga Del Mar:
with Suzanne Deason
and Katie Beroukhim
Pilates - Emphasis on precise movements through core strength, alignment and breath. Sometimes called "intelligent fitness" because movement are designed to be preformed the way the body is intended to move. Develops a stable, strong, flexible and integrated body. It's a perfect compliment to yoga!
Friday 1:00-2:00 PM - Katie Beroukhim
For Pilates class you will need a Pilates mat, which is thicker than a yoga mat. If you do not have a Pilates mat, you may use two yoga mats or try using a blanket for some added cushion.
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