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*** PRICE INCLUSIVE OF CORK MASSAGE BALL - If you don't want to purchase, return to the shop and select the other option.


Fascia is the fibrous connective tissue that structurally holds us together. Connecting everything from cell to organ, muscle, tendon & bone, this incredible tissue & body system deserves some loving. Working with the fascial trains/sinew channels we can reduce tightness, tension & pain in the body.


I'm excited to bring together some wonderful and relaxing movement practices to help you release tension in your fascial network. 

Fascia Flossing was coined by long-term dancer and movement enthusiast Bonnie Crotzer, this series of gentle movements uses elongation and contraction of large muscle groups simultaneously to release tension/fascia and get the lymphatic fluid moving.

Massage Ball Releasing/Myofascial Release is something I ask almost all of my patients to do at home when they come to me for help with pain conditions. Using a hard ball (I like cork because it is natural, firm and lightweight - ideal for travel or camping/hiking) in various muscle groups/trigger points accompanied with deep breathing effectively loosens up holding patterns in the body. 


Yin Yoga is a slow-moving form of yoga where asanas (poses) are held anywhere from 90 seconds to 5 minutes. These extended holds allow the fascia/muscle and sinew channels to release, allowing more length and flexibility into the body. 

Fasical trains run in very similar/sometimes identical pathways to the sinew channels in Chinese medicine. Both fascia flossing and Yin yoga utilise theory from Chinese and Daoist medicine and this I will weave throughout the session.

Bolsters and balls will be provided - all you need to bring is:

- yourself in comfy warm clothes including socks & extra layers

- a yoga mat

- a blanket if you want extra comfort

- a scarf or eye mask to help you drop deeply into your internal world

- a bottle of water


BALL + For the Love of Fascia Workshop

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