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When:
May 10, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
2019-05-10T19:00:00-04:00
2019-05-10T21:00:00-04:00
Where:
Dragonfly Yoga Studio
156 Green St. Doylestown
PA 18901
Cost:
$40
Contact:
Joseph Simek
2678858512

Join Sam Barrett for a night of deep and mindful stretching to release knots and tension in the fascia. It is said that fascia is the tissue of consciousness. It acts as a second nervous system and forms a three dimensional matrix of structural support in the body. Fascia interpenetrates every muscle fiber, bone, nerve, blood vessel, and internal organ. Anything from injury, emotional trauma, sitting a lot or rounding our shoulders can tighten the fascia, creating blockages and tension. In this workshop we will compress certain areas of the body to aid the fascia in releasing while increasing lubrication in order to create more flexibility and mobility. We will combine myofascial release exercises with guided and silent meditation practices to support the free flow of prana (life force energy) or chi in the body.

This 2 hour workshop includes:

  • a short talk on the connection between fascia, yoga, + the breath
  • myofascial release exercises: with props + without props
  • how to make your own myofascial tool (that you will get to keep!)
  • a simple guided meditation to incorporate into your home practice
  • an opportunity for silent meditation

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ABOUT INSTRUCTOR SAMANTHA BARRETT

Samantha Barrett is a 500 hr Advanced Vinyasa Yoga Instructor from Bucks County, PA. She received her 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training from Dragonfly under the direction of Alexis Ridge-Simek in 2015. She also studied with Rolf Gates (500hr), Seane Corn, Mas Vidal, Karl Straub, & Maria Garre. Her classes invite the student to explore the body & breath on the mat in a way that deepens awareness, creates flexibility, and awakens true nature. She is a certified Reiki II Practitioner under the guidance of Valerie & Ian Haag and has completed 16 hrs of Thai Yoga Bodywork training from the Vedic Conservatory. She graduated from Temple University in 2013 with a Bachelor’s degree in Education and her passion for teaching has lead her into the light of Yoga.

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