Tension To Bliss
You have booked for one 'From Tension To Bliss' Workshop: 2.30pm - 4.30pm
FROM TENSION TO BLISS:
These monthly workshops are crafted to help you release tension, to feel more calm and ease, and to boost your overall wellbeing.
These workshops are designed to help you feel more aligned, grounded and rejuvinated.
Re-centre. Restore. Come home to yourself.
All workshops are suitable all - newbie and more seasoned practitioners are welcome - (please get in touch first if you are pregnant). You will need 2 therapy balls or tennis balls.
In part the workshop will include gentle yoga , restorative yoga and Self Myofascial Release. This delicious practice will help you to release tension and nurture you to find ease in your body and your soul.
This way of 'working' is close to my heart. I have been using self Myofascial Release (SMFR) for almost a decade and I absolutely love the ease of access to tension, transform; to create ease in my nervous system and to deeply connect me with my sense of ‘being’.
PLEASE ENSURE you have the following ready for class:
2 massage therapy balls and 1 yellow plastic therapy ball ready for class - alternatively a tennis ball will be fine
A foam roller if you have one (this is not required)
2 thick books (or if you have them 2 yoga blocks)
(optional yoga mat, yoga bolster and strap)
Your camera is on and you are completely on screen so I can check techniques
You will receive email and text reminders 24 hours before the session.
Please ensure you join the call 5 minutes before the session starts and you have all your props to hand.
I see a wide range of clients that seek myofascial treatment after losing flexibility or
function following an injury, surgery or experience ongoing pain, in some cases that have been unresolved for some years. I treat clients with soft tissue pain patterns such as fibromyalgia, ME and Lyme disease. I also treat women’s health issues.
My clinics are based in Stonehouse and Stroud, Gloucestershire.
“ A scar is the tip of a fascial iceberg”
Scar tissue can occur as a result of physical trauma (either from surgery or similar injury). This density is often what creates a pull on the tissues deep under the skin, which can then in turn cause pain., and can often lead to compensations in other areas.
Read more about scar tissue release here.