MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.57 GB | Duration: 2h 7m
Exploring Your Fascia with Nina Saacks and Yolande Hung
What you’ll learn
Understand the importance of fascia
Identify the different types of fascia
Practical tips on how to keep the fascia healthy
The impact of stress on our body, mind and emotions
No prerequisites required. This is an introductory workshop.
Join us as we delve into the world of fascia, movement and balance.In this workshop you will:Gain a better understanding of fascia as a sensory organUnderstand the importance of regular movement for overall healthLearn practical, fun and easy movements & tips that you can do daily to keep your fascia healthy.Yolande says the following on Fascia release”We all have stress in our daily lives, whether low-grade continuous exposure or one-off intense situations and these cause our bodies to react by producing stress hormones as well as physically storing these incidents in our bodies (and our fascia tightens in vulnerable areas of our bodies). If the tightening is not released, it can thicken over time, causing lack of mobility or suppleness, and pain.”The following she says about Scar Release” Scars may have a huge influence on our presenting problems.They can cause:restrictions in the fasciareduction in blood and lymph flowweaken muscular strengthreduce the flow of energyinhibit joint movement”This is why Fascia Fitness is vitally importance. Find out more by joining our conversation on fascia and all things related to fascia. This is a recording of our live workshop. We have had such great feedback on this workshop that we are now making it available for all to access.
Section 1: Exploring Your Fascia
Lecture 1 Fascia Conversation and Lesson
Lecture 2 About Fascia
Lecture 3 About Stress
Lecture 4 About Breath Body Practices
Lecture 5 Extra Connection
Section 2: Additional Resources
Lecture 6 5 Koshas
For yoga students, teachers and other alternative health care modalities that would like an introductory talk on the basic principles of fascia.