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Somatic Movement: 6 Week Series Exploring Pain Free Movement
Tue., 08/11/2016, 7:15 pm – Tue., 13/12/2016, 8:30 pm AEDT
A 6 Week Series exploring Pain Free Movement
with guest teacher Rick Harvest
"If you can sense it and feel it, you can change it." - Thomas Hanna
Somatics, in the tradition of Thomas Hanna, is a safe, gentle and effective way to release chronic pain and tension. Hanna Somatics is a process of education through movement, helping the brain and nervous system to move and relax muscles effectively. Through awareness of gentle, pain-free movements we will re-acquaint ourselves with muscles of the body that, when held unconsciously, (something we all do) contribute to chronic pain patterns. We will learn how to move with a deep sense of awareness, to regain freedom of movement, improved posture, mobility, strength and co-ordination - and to eliminate pain.
Suitable for yoga & movement teachers, massage therapists, students of all levels, & for anyone experiencing pain or who works with people with chronic pain.
Dates: 6 sessions November 8 - December 12 2016
Time: Tuesdays 7.15pm-8.30pm
Week 1: Releasing and exploring the muscles of the back of the body
Week 2: Releasing and exploring the muscles of the front of the body
Week 3: Releasing and exploring the muscles of the sides of the body
Week 4: Releasing and exploring the muscles of the hips
Week 5: Releasing and exploring the muscles of the neck and shoulders
Week 6: Putting it all together: Effortless walking
Cost: $180 for six 1.25 hour sessions and detailed class notes each week.
Where: One Heart Yoga & Meditation, Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Helier's Street, Convent Building, WellBeing at the Convent, Level 1, Room 31. Parking is free in the nearby side streets, allow 10 minutes to walk through and read the parking signs carefully. If you are new to the studio you can find a clear map and transport information here: http://oneheartyoga.com.au/about-us/getting-here/
Please book early as the last course booked out within a week. Class sizes will be kept small to allow for plenty of individual attention.