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Science of Breath

Do you love learning about fascia anatomy and functional movement? Have you been wondering about exactly how breath awareness and function stimulates the vagus nerve and calms the central nervous system? Are you a yoga teacher and curious about creative ways to cue for safety, connection and regulation? ~ Intuitively we’ve known for thousands of years […]

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Upcoming Myofascial Yoga Online Workshops

Spring Sale! I hope you are all doing well and enjoying our first signs of spring! To celebrate I am offering 25% off the most popular myofascial yoga workshops for the next 2 weeks!  To register, scroll to the bottom of this page and select your sliding scale option. Or click on the workshop you are […]

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My yoga Mantra this week: Smaller, Smarter, Stronger

My dear friend Joanne Sarah Avison said recently that “Fascia loves micro-movements.” It is a timely message. As a yoga therapist I often hear feedback such as “I can’t do yoga because I’m not that flexible.” When did this practice become associated with such extreme ranges of movement that the average person feels they can’t […]

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Fascia-Informed Reiki: Level 1 ~ Trauma-Informed Touch and the Fascia Upgrade

It’s finally here! All three levels of the Fascia-Informed Reiki course is back! This will be an online course available for live stream. The in-person option is currently full, but you can message me to be put on the wait list in case a spot opens. All workshops will be recorded and replays available for you to […]

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Inside Out Yoga Adjustments

Often when we hear the term “yoga adjustment” we picture something hands on, externally focused, and with the overall intention of fixing something that’s gone wrong in a yoga pose. Taking a good look at the wonderful world of fascia means approaching yoga poses in a backward and inverse way from what we are used […]

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Joyful Movement

Do you want to learn how to unwind your fascia and get inspired for new and enjoyable ways to move your body? I used to always find exercise to be a chore. I knew it was good for me, but I also knew it was going to hurt. I dreaded dragging myself to my yoga […]

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Head Tilt!

Did you know that humans have many cues imbedded in our social engagement system that communicate with others non-verbally? Head tilting and eye crinkling are a few of the cues from our social engagement system that ripple through our whole body by way of the fascial system. Want to feel it for yourself? Try this […]

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300-Hour RYT Program: Free Information Night

The advanced Myofascial Yoga RYT program begins in early 2022! If you are keen to learn more about biotensegrity, fascia, neuroscience and mindful movement, this training program is for you! Come join us for 2 hours of practice, Q & A and community discussion to learn more! Come join us for an hour of myofascial […]

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Myofascial Yoga Free Information Night

Are you interested in learning more about myofascial yoga? Come join us for an hour of myofascial yoga followed by an hour of Q & A and discussion about the 200 hour Myofascial Yoga Teacher Training starting in February. Workshop Details Date: Wednesday January 5th Hours: 5:30 – 7:30pm (mountain time zone) Platform: zoom (click here to receive […]

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Myofascial Yoga; Ball Placement and Fascia Anatomy

Fun Fascia Fact: About 7.5 liters of fluid moves through the extracellular matrix each day. (That’s a lot, considering we only hold 4.5 liters of blood at a time!) When your fascia is restricted, it limits the flow of fluid. Imagine a sponge wrapped up tightly with elastic bands and thrown into a sink full […]

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