What is Fascia?
Fascia is a specialised system of the body that has the appearance similar to a spider’s web or the white stuff you find on an orange. Fascia is very densely woven, covering every muscle, bone, nerve, artery and vein, as well as, all of our internal organs. Trauma, inflammatory responses, surgical procedures, and repetitive movement patterns create Myo-fascial restrictions that can produce unbalanced pressure within our bodies and affect our overall posture.
What is Fascia?
The Winter hibernation encourages us to slow down, go more internal and just live a little quieter. And here I love the Japanese concept of Ma. Ma refers to the interval or gap between structural parts.
Ma is about space. It’s the part where there is nothing. It’s about pausing and taking breaks which so important for all of us.
DO Bring your kids to class as you need to over the school holidays.
DON’T put yourself in the position where you have to play catch up with your health. Schedule your sessions for when school starts back. If you don’t diarise it now, you risk losing even more time.
I am reminded of this every Winter which tends to present more challenges to keep up your fitness. We let the cold and wet elements be an excuse for not coming out. And we just feel stiffer than in warmer climates. But if you can stick with your practice over the Winter we promise you will reap the rewards come Spring. Read on for the answer..
The focus for Term 3 Teen Yoga is to equip teens the tools of mindfulness to use both inside and outside the classroom. Our classes give teens a completely transportable tool in their back pocket to better cope with the everyday stress of life, school and social media.
This workshop provides an opportunity to understand our cyclic nature as women. It unlocks many of the answers to WHY we feel certain ways at certain times. It will give you knowledge and practical ways to connect with your natural rhythms, and use your cyclic nature to your advantage.
+ The ‘life seasons’- that we all move through.
+ The rites of passage as women and how we can honour and acknowledge them