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Sun, May 03


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Myofascial Release Workshop

Reduce tension in your head, neck & shoulders!

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Myofascial Release Workshop
Myofascial Release Workshop

Time & Location

May 03, 2020, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM CDT

Live-Streamed Online

About the Event

Join Kate for a practice that will offer a release for the head, neck, and shoulders through simple techniques that target held tension in the upper body, as well as some gentle movement. These techniques are designed specifically to focus on the soft connective tissues that surround our bodies—called fascia—that can become uncomfortable from day-to-day activities such as poor posture and repetitive movements. 

Using just a tennis ball and our own body weight, we will work on specific areas in the upper body to provide relief from discomfort, increase flexibility, and rebuild range of motion. The techniques you will learn can then be added into your home practice or daily routine to keep feeling great!

For the workshop, we recommend bringing a few items to your mat:

—Two tennis balls (or other type of myofascial release balls)

—One sock that can fit both balls

—A yoga block, a pillow, or a stack of books - anything that can help elevate the hips securely and comfortably

—A blanket or large towel

This practice is great for all levels!

$15 per person

About Kate:

Kate’s foundations include a fusion of in-depth anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics, as well as myofascial release and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She completed her 500-hour advanced certification with Yoga Medicine and currently is working toward her 1,000-hour certification, specializing in an understanding of the body from both Western and Eastern perspectives to create tailored yoga programs. She is a Yoga Medicine Registered Therapeutic Specialist and a certified 200-hour Kripalu Yoga Teacher. Her studies have included specialized training on Women’s Health, Internal Medicine, Yoga for Athletes, Chinese Medicine, Fascia, and Myofascial Release, as well as extensive orthopedic immersions on the anatomy, dysfunction, and treatment of the hip, spine, and shoulder. She also completed her RAD Mobility 1 Certification in Foundations of Myofascial Release and Recovery, and Level 2 Certification in Advanced Techniques for Efficient Movement. Off the mat, she is busy pursuing her advanced degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture and enjoys spending time with her furry canine partner in crime. 


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