General - The Mystery and Magic of Fascia
Tutor: Joanne Avison
Date: 14th August 2021
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
Understanding the fascia can help make sense of our anatomy in practice; both classical and contemporary. This day will give you a greater understanding of how traditional anatomy maps work within the wholeness of the living human body; including our intellectual understanding, our instinctive movement and our intuitive awareness. The fascia is the common denominator of all three of these aspects of us, it literally and symbolically binds them. (Fascia means binding). Explained in plain English, with fun explorations, we’ll make sense of fascia. You will go home with keystones to take the map to the mat, for yourself and those you teach.
Joanne is an advanced movement and manual therapist. She teaches internationally helping people move better! As Director of the Art of Contemporary Yoga Teacher Training; a Senior YT (E-RYT500) and Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT) her book YOGA: Fascia, Anatomy & Movement is a practitioners’ guide, for all.
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Organised by Gemma Newton Smith
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Herstmonceux village hall
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