Don’t dance around the perimeter of the person you want to be. Dive deeply and fully into it.Gabrielle Bernstein
Recalibrating Your Hips and Pelvis
March 5th & 7th, 6:30pm-7:45pm
A gentle movement practice open to anyone who wants to improve general mobility and control of their pelvic girdle, and reduce muscle pain. This educational process will help you retrain your brain and nervous system, getting to the root cause of symptoms. Please wear warm comfortable clothing, bring a yoga mat, foldable blanket and large towel.
Somatic Meditation: An Introduction
March 19th, 26th and April 2nd, 7pm-7:45pm
An introduction to guided meditation practices that tune into the basic awareness of the body focusing on internal sensations, feelings, and visualization. Calm your nervous system; start to develop deeper self-sensing and awareness abilities. Lay on the floor to rest in supportive position. Please wear warm, comfortable clothing. Bring a yoga mat, blanket, large towel, and a pillow/bolster for under your knees.
The Myth Of Aging Series
Postponed until Fall
When our bodies start to feel stiff, sore or tired, we often say, “we’re getting old”. But is that really the problem? Thomas Hanna’s approach to sensory re-education proves that much of the physical decline associated with aging is not inevitable but avoidable. This series will teach you how to take back conscious control of your nervous system and muscles, reversing the physical effects of aging – or preventing them before they begin. Developing a daily practice with these movements will keep you feeling more youthful and enable you to enjoy the activities you love for longer. Please wear warm, comfortable clothing. Bring a yoga mat, blanket, and large towel.
Gentle Somatic Yoga
Next Date TBD in May
A style that blends together Somatic Education (in the tradition of Thomas Hanna), yoga and meditation. The practice fosters deep awareness of bodily sensations, co-ordination and proprioception from the inside out. Somatic Education is like giving your brain a software update. It teaches you how to free yourself from habitual stress responses and unhealthy holding patterns that inhibit your potential for free and easy movement. It helps reverse chronic muscular pain by going to the root and affecting change at the central nervous system. The slow, mindful movement patterns will challenge your habits, and increase your awareness of self. Other benefits include improved posture, mobility, co-ordination, balance and stress resilience.
Gentle Somatic Yoga
Saturday’s 1:30pm- 2:30pm
Jan. 19th, Feb. 23rd, Mar. 23rd, Apr. 6th, Apr. 27th.
Check Modo’s Schedule to see other class I teach. Yin & Massage, Restorative and Yoga Nidra.