Tutor: Sabine Blackaby
Date: 15th September 2019
Time: 10:00 - 15:45
Turning and twisting are important components in our human movement repertoire. From getting out of bed to looking around us to walking or running, we need to be able to utilise the movements of our spine, ribs and pelvis well in order to turn easily and efficiently. In this day we will explore many elements of turning and twisting in different positions and contemplate how this can influence our everyday activities or our yoga practice. There will also be time for questions and observations.
Sabine trained in Italy in Feldenkrais and is continuously intrigued by the Feldenkrais Methods combination of movement, learning and psychology and by our latent human potential for growth and well-being.
Of primary interest to Sabine is helping people to sense themselves and the way they move more clearly so that possible movement habits and holding patterns can become perceptible and we can find ways of reducing effort, learning to move more easily, comfortably and efficiently.
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