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Myofascial Unwinding: What It Is and Why You Should Do It

What is Myofascial Unwinding? Myofascial unwinding is a term coined by John Barnes to describe a type of physical movement that comes from a higher intelligence which he often describes as a “feeling” (rather than a “thinking”) intelligence. I remember the first time I attended John’s unwinding seminar: I had a sort of epiphany where […]

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Myofascial Yoga and Pranayama Weekend Workshop

This weekend intensive will cover the bio-mechanics of breathing and Myofascial self-treatment releases for the ribs, thoracic spine, and neck. If you have upper body tension, shoulder pain, headaches, or simply an interest in the purpose of healthy yogic breathing, this weekend is for you! Topics covered include: ~ Why increased mobility and correct alignment […]

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Non-violent Leadership

In this module we will learn how to apply the myofascial principles to working with groups as living systems. Learn how to read the energy of a room and assess the needs of each group in real time. Important skills such as boundaries, enlightened feminine leadership, non-violence and tracking will all be covered. Attention will […]

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Yoga Ethics

What is the ethical responsibility of a yoga teacher? When are adjustments appropriate? What are all the ways to adjust students safely? What is the best environment to support the brain in learning new information? How can we use our power wisely and well? In this 16-hour workshop, we will dive deeply into all these […]

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Myofascial Yoga: Fascia-Liquids

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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Yoga Philosophy Intensive Workshop

This workshop will be a fun and lighthearted approach to the yoga philosophy as a pathway to self-discovery and transformation. We will explore in depth the eight limbs of yoga, and how these simple steps can lead you towards more freedom and ease in your day-today life. Yoga is a time tested ancient healing modality […]

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Myofascial Yoga and Pranayama Weekend Intensive

This weekend intensive will cover the bio-mechanics of breathing and Myofascial self-treatment releases for the ribs, thoracic spine, and neck. If you have upper body tension, shoulder pain, headaches, or simply an interest in the purpose of healthy yogic breathing, this weekend is for you! Topics covered include: ~ Why increased mobility and correct alignment […]

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Myofascial Yoga and Mindfulness

Join us for an amazing weekend of Myofascial Yoga and Mindfulness Meditation! In this two-day intensive we will be learning how to apply Myofascial principles to the classical yoga poses. We will delve into core yoga and Myofascial release concepts like mindfulness, non-violence, and the source of true contentment. Also covered will be some simple […]

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Myofascial Yoga: Add pressure to your practice

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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Yoga for Pelvic Health Weekend Intensive

Yoga for Pelvic Health This is quite possibly the most exciting module in the Myofascial Yoga Teacher Training program!* The pelvis is literally the central pivot point of our body, which means that a problem in pelvic alignment has maximum potential for detrimental compensation patterns, heading outward in either direction. John F. Barnes makes a […]

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