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Fascia Gliding, Yin Yoga & Sound Relaxation

  • 1 h 15 min
  • 15 British pounds
  • Guildford

Service Description

This class is a movement class targeting the fascia in our bodies. Fascia is a connective tissue found throughout the body. It surrounds muscles, blood vessels, and nerves, providing support and structure to these tissues. Fascia is composed primarily of collagen, a strong and flexible protein. Fascia gliding involves gentle and controlled movements aimed at releasing tension and improving the mobility of the fascia. This can be done through techniques like stretching, rolling, or sliding movements applied to the fascia. The goal is to promote better circulation, reduce stiffness, and enhance overall movement efficiency. Yin Yoga targets the deep connective tissues in the body, including the fascia, ligaments, and joints. By holding poses for extended periods in a relaxed and supported manner, we gently stretch and stress these tissues, promoting flexibility and mobility. We will end our practice with a beautiful vibrational sound relaxation. This allows the body to integrate the benefits of the practice. It gives the muscles, joints, and nervous system time to absorb the effects of the stretches and movements performed during the session. This will vary week by week from a variety of instruments including my gongs, crystal bowls, mosai & shamanic drums & wind chimes. A regular fascia class is so good for your body, it's like having a massage every week! Watch this video here which shows how all fascia is connected all across the body. What you need to bring: * Yoga Mat * A blanket * Small pillow for head * Water Optional: Own eye mask; though, I do have lavender ones available.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

If you can’t make a class a minimum of 48 hours notice is required. If less than 48 hours’ notice is given, no exchange or refund will be given.

Contact Details

  • Guildford

    Guildford Chiropractic Centre - Chiropractic, Physiotherapy and Sports Massage, Guildford, UK


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