"Thank you very much for your wonderful class. I think I got more release in those 90 minutes than from any other therapy session over the last 3 years." - Gerald H.
Release & Restore - The Myofascial Mobilisation Class This class will mobilise and relax your socks off. You will be guided through some simple breathing and relaxation exercises to calm your system, find focus and tune into the state of your connective tissue. We often believe our muscles to be tight and try to stretch them off. Yet we do not seem to get much effect from all the stretching. Most of the time it is actually the fascia that our muscles are wrapped up in that is tight and inflexible and makes us feel stiff, achy and immobile. This class will take you through a range of release and mobilisation exercises that will reach and target your connective tissue in ways you never have been able to with conventional stretches and exercises. You will find these movements and releases comfortable, satisfying, relaxing and relieving. Afterwards you will feel powerfully different as you experience a much healthier state of your connective tissue all around and through your body.
All stiffness and fitness levels are welcome. As this class aims to relieve stress and improve soft tissue health it is particularly helpful for those suffering from stress, anxiety, poly- and fibromyalgia and other chronic soft tissue pain. If you suffer from other or severe injuries or health conditions contact Kristin for advice if this class is suitable for you.
Leigh on Sea When: Thursday 16th of August, 6:30pm - 8:00pm Cosy: £15 At: The Body Matters, Business Land, Unit 6, 8 Madeira Ave, Leigh-on-Sea SS9 3EB
Testimonials from previous classes: "Thank you very much again for your wonderful class on Friday. I think I got more release in those 90 minutes than from any other therapy session over the last 3 years. So I'm very keen to return." Gerald H.
"I feel great after the workshop. I had a very stiff shoulder and hip before and they are both much better. Even having gone to a gig last night and standing for hours which usually means a very painful hip the following day!" Kate K.