September 22, 29 and October 6, 2018
A series of slow, gentle and easy movements to improve mobility, strength and posture and reduce neuromuscular pain.
Are you Feeling Stressed, Stiff, Disconnected from your Body or Dealing with Back Pain?
Or maybe you are looking for some ME-TIME?
During this three-week course, I will help you develop a practice combining deep breathing with small and easy movements. It will help you improve mobility, strength and posture, create greater body awareness and reduce neuromuscular pain.
What is somatic yoga? Somatics is about body-mind integration. Our muscles can become tight or feel restricted due to our habitual patterns, emotional stress, injuries and trauma.
We will use small, slow and gentle movements to help re-educate the brain so it can relax and move these muscles more functionally.
Not flexible or fit? Don’t worry. The movements are gentle and small, and we are on the floor most of the time.
Too busy? By just investing 3 hours in this course, you gain the confidence and knowledge to practise these movements when and where it suits you.
I have injuries? Please see your doctor first to make sure you can participate, and kindly inform me.
What do I wear? Just come in clothes that you can move freely in. We practice without aircondition.
What do I bring? If you have a yoga mat then bring it along, or you can borrow from us. Besides that just bring a small cushion.
Who is the teacher? My name is Natalia Eldon, I am a mother of 4 girls and my husband is currently working in Manila. I have completed my 500 RYT Yoga Teacher Training at Samahita, and I am certified by Yoga Alliance. I regularly attend continued professional development in yoga, adjustments, anatomy, somatic movements, philosophy, pranayama and meditation.
Any questions? Feel free to contact me: Natalia.Eldon@gmail.com
Saturday 22, 29 and October 6, 2018 / Alabang Studio
Saturdays from 10:00am to 11:00am
Drop in: Php 1,400
3-class card: Php 2,900
Tips for class preparation and etiquette http://yogamanila.com/yogamanila/faq/