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self-myofascial release workshop with Eyal Chehanowski

Saturday, 07.07.2018 at 16:00 - בעוד 18 ימים

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self-myofascial release workshop with Eyal Chehanowski

Self-myofascial release workshop
with Eyal Chehanowski

Saturday July 7th 2018
4pm-7pm

Working with yoga postures, bodywork adjustments, and props.


Fascia is the organ of posture. Nobody ever says this; all the talk is about muscles. Yet this is a very important concept, and because this is so important, we yogis must understand both the anatomy and physiology, but especially the anatomy of fascia.

– Ida Rolf, ‘Rolfing and Physical Reality’


The body is a web of fascia and muscles that hold the body in its posture. The continuing pull of gravity, the stress of daily activities and physical injuries can pull the body out of alignment. The fascia gradually shortens, tightens and adjusts to accommodate the misalignment.
When the body is out of alignment it creates inefficiency and imbalance resulting in stiffness, discomfort and loss of energy. In this unique workshop, we will investigate the possibility of relieving pain and stress and how to improve our posture working with the myofascial system.

We will use yoga postures and props to aid the process.
You will learn simple but powerful adjustment techniques that can help students and teachers alike to improve their understanding of the body and therapeutic skills.

Eyal started his Yoga journey in Jivamukti Yoga School of NYC, where he was certified as a yoga teacher. He then pursued further studies as an Ashtanga teacher. Eyal studied with great yogis, among which are Richard Freeman in Colorado, Sri K Pattabhi Jois in Mysore India, Andre Siderski in Kiev and in Shadow yoga with John Evens in London. In addition Eyal is a Rolfing therapist and certified by GSI (Guild for structure Integration). In his teaching he combines his therapeutic skills and treats each of his students individually with special care and attention.

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