SGPILATES Workshops ON ZOOM

 

NOW BEING LIVE STREAMED INTO YOUR HOME VIA ZOOM

3 workshops

Healthy Hips and Back,

Breathe Better,

The Psoas, your true core and emotional muscle 

learn, move, embody, breathe

 

Healthy Hip and Back Workshop May 9th 2020

Your pelvis, your root, have you ever given it any thought?

No? maybe that is the problem.

Come and explore why knowing and embodying the pelvis and it’s rhythms can have profound effects on the health of your hips, back, knees, pelvic floor and even hamstrings, hip flexors and shoulders.

If you are curious, if you want to move with more ease, flexibility, and feel good in your body this is a workshop you will want to be part of!

Whether you are a Pilates or Yoga devotee, dancer, sports person, gym bunny or ANYONE who wants to experience what feeling good in your body REALLY feels like, or wants to release tension, improve movement and flexibility, and increase strength, this workshop is for you.

Understand the biomechanics and how visualisation and imagery effects your function.

Get to know the design of your pelvis, what it looks like, the function of the hip joint, the rhythms of the bones for healthy hips and spine, and learn bio hacks to better movement.

Additionally participate in a healthy hip class, self massage, and finish with a ROOT meditation.

This workshop is informative, yet fun and relaxed.

Please wear clothes appropriate for moving easily.

Come, listen, learn, embody and move! Be curious, I look forward to taking you on a journey.

Sue Dawson, Franklin Method Educator, Garuda and Pilates Teacher/Therapist, BodyWorker, Meditation Teacher

We will use movement, touch, proprioception and visual props.

Email me to book now and secure your place.

Where?

LIVE STREAMING TO YOUR OWN HOME

Saturday 9 May

10.00am – 1.00pm

Investment £45 Healthy Hips Workshop]

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Breathe Better Workshop  May 19th 12:00-14:00 £30

please press on the link for more details

Breathe Better Workshop SGPILATES

 

 

the Psoas, (hip flexors) your true core, your emotional centre.

Poor posture will upset the complex psoas amongst many things, and can affect your breathing, and can be the cause of your bad back, inflexible or tight hips.

A tight core can restrict the diaphragm and the lungs and disrupt coherency. Fluid movement is what we want to encourage to establish a healthy core.

The Psoas -an embodiment and mindful movement workshop. An holistic approach to relax and condition your Psoas. Explore where the Psoas resides, what is it anyway? Why it is something you should know about, and why knowing and embodying it can help improve its function. Its relationship and health benefits to breath, hip, back, kidneys and the pelvic floor and it’s emotional links. 

Enjoy discovering the location and function of the Psoas and illiacus, efficient movement and training and release. Explore the emotional psoas. Finishing with a meditation to fully absorb and embody an holistic workshop. This workshop is perfect to do after the healthy hip workshop to deepen your understanding, but is an individual workshop.

Who is this workshop is for?

Anyone who wants to learn more about their body, embodying its movement, those who want to release tight hips or back tightness, and feel more open, physically and mentally.

We will be using props, dynamic imagery, the use of balls and bands, we will touch on the pelvic floor and breathing ready for the next workshop “Just Breathe” and “the Pelvic Floor, being resilient.”

please note each workshop is a stand alone workshop in their own right but very powerful when linked together

Where?

PENDING COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS

Saturday July 4th

10-1pm

Investment

One workshop £45

✨BOOK ALL three workshops FOR a real depth of learning ✨

Keep an eye out for the next dates and workshops

If you have a venue and would like to host one then please get in touch.

Peace and love, and freedom of movement to you

Sue xx

 

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