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Yoga Sequence – This One Is Meant To Give You An Immune Boost!

This sequence is meant to aid or inspire your home practice. Feel free to add on to this sequence to make it yours! A solid warm up and at least 5-10 minute Savasana is encouraged. With the cold and flu buzzing around us I figured a sequence for Immune Boosting was in need! Before researching these poses I instinctively thought of standing & balance poses, and I found that these types of poses are exactly what we need! As you practice add in any pose or movement or sounds that you feel will aid you. Try to breath through your nose the whole time to assist keeping sinuses at bay :) Upward Salute Variation (Urdhva Hastasana) After a gentle warm-up come to standing...

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Peak Pose Yoga

Play with us Saturdays from 12:45- 1:45pm for our Peak Pose class! This one Hour class will delve into a “Peak Pose – Peak Experience” for the full duration of the class. Postures that are supportive of a peak pose are examined and practiced along with alignment tips and room to play. Yogis of all levels are welcomed.  The current Peak Pose Schedule: Jan. 3 Sirsasana -Jodi Collins Jan. 10 King Pigeon -Lila Jan. 17 TBA Jan 24 Half Moon -Rebecca O. Jan. 31 TBA- Elizabeth Warman SIgn up for this class HERE!...

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Bodywork 101 ~Neuromuscular Massage

Neuromuscular therapy is also called trigger point myotherapy and consists of alternating levels of concentrated pressure on the areas of the muscle spasm. Pressure is applied with fingers, knuckles, or elbow. During this session, therapeutic castor oil is applied to the trigger point area along with hot or cold packs. The American Academy of Pain Management recognizes this form of massage as an effective treatment for back pain that is caused by soft tissue injury such as a muscle strain. Neuromuscular Massage Therapists identify the root of body pain from Ischemia, Trigger Points, Nerve Entrapment/ Compression, Postural Distortions, and Bio-mechanical Dysfunction: Ischemia: the lack of blood flow to soft tissues that causes hypersensitivity to touch. Trigger points: highly irritated points in muscles that refer pain to...

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