Sat - Mar 15, 2014
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Restoring Function- Yoga Therapy Workshop
Restoring Function – A Yoga Therapy Workshop March 15, 2013
Yoga from the Pelvic & Inner Core: 9:00 am – Noon
Learn how the balance between strength, endurance, release, breath, and awareness are all important to the health of the pelvic floor and inner core. Discover how it may not be issues with the pelvic floor but instead the muscles and connective tissue that surround and interact with its function that may the true culprits to pelvic floor weakness. As a gateway to stability in the body, a healthy pelvic floor and inner core is vital to our foundation and can significantly improve
Yoga for the Shoulder Girdle: 1 – 3:30 pm
Do you have the weight of the world on your shoulders? Explore and experience methods for releasing tension and tightness that we build up in our shoulder girdle. Learn the anatomy of the shoulder girdle and its connections to the rest of our body allowing us to feel freedom and lightness in our posture.
Sole Connection: 3:45 – 5:15 pm
Free the feet from the confines of the shoe and discover how to improve core and hip stability/
mobility through the workings of the feet. Integrating mobility, stability, strength, balance and fluidity; take tools away that will transform the way you think about the feet’s role in yours or your client’s alignment, movement, and functional health.
Suzette O’Byrne, is a sought after international presenter specializing in yoga teacher training, yoga therapy, indoor cycling, and personal training. Suzette is a faculty member with Mount
Royal University’s Yoga Therapy Program and the author of Yoga for the Core: Finding
Stability in an Unstable Environment. Suzette holds a bachelor of science in
kinesiology and her credentials include, Yoga Alliance Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (500 level) & YAA Intermediate Yoga Instructor.
Workshop fee: $120 or $55 for morning only (limited space) For more information and to register contact:
1 250 489-9210.!
Exhale Yoga Studio. #201 14A 13 Ave S, Cranbrook.