Leaves and web

fascial wellness course

Fascial Wellness Yoga

What is fascia, and why consider wellness of this web of life within you? 

You are an incredible, interconnected, vital being. There is an animating force that expresses itself through you. Fascia is all pervasive, if everything else were taken away you would still look like you! In these practice we enhance fascial wellness, function and vitality, through enhancing the qualities of stability, freedom, fluidity, elasticity, sensitivity, and responsiveness. 

To learn more about fascia please watch this 10-minute video … if you are ready to dive in and explore, scroll down and register. I look forward to sharing these practices with you.

This course is for you if: 

  • you have a body, or from a yoga perspective, 5 bodies (koshas)
  • you are interested in lifelong wellness and vitality
  • you are feeling discomfort, stiffness, or lack of mobility
  • you are recovering from injury, surgery, or suffering the effects of repetitive strain

In this course we explore our practice as a way to maintain optimal fascial health, function and vitality.

When you enrol for the course you will receive immediate access to 5 sessions, each with two different options for each session, one longer (50 – 80 minutes) and with more challenge (expansive) and one shorter (40 – 50 minutes) and with less challenge (essential) … a total then of 10 classes. From the date of purchase, you will retain access for a full 10 weeks.  

Each session will still stand alone and yet together these sessions will offer you a rich experience, and some ideas as to what you might incorporate into your own practice. 

Session 1: stability and freedom

Session 2: fluidity

Session 3: elasticity

Session 4: sensing

Session 5: connection and separation

We are now seeing that everything is interconnected, we do not function as machines, and nor does the world. We can’t change or fix a part and ignore the whole. Fascia also functions to separates, though bundling types of cells for specific functions in organs, through layering deeper and more superficial sheets and wrappings, allowing sliding and gliding between layers … We now know that in the lower back, at a microscopic level, the layers of fascia need to be free to move relative to one another to prevent lower back pain, one of the most pervasive issues of our time. When you begin to take