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melt for embodied movement practitioners: intro workshop

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melt for embodied movement practitioners: intro workshop

  • The Pilates Studio 104 Russell St Hadley, MA (map)

Are you a dancer, yoga or pilates practitioner? Do you struggle with low level chronic pain or are you recovering from an injury? Looking to physically feel better doing the thing that you love?

Our personal practice is supposed to feel good and ultimately nourish us deeply, body, mind and soul. It can be challenging to accomplish this when we are achy or struggle with stiffness holding poses or moving through steps in pain. 

We do NOT have to practice in PAIN.

In this Introductory Workshop learn how the MELT Method can support your personal movement practice. Find more ease and comfort in your poses and movements. Improve your strength, alignment and find balance. Recover more quickly from injury and fatigue. 

MELT is a simple self care tool to rebalance your nervous system and rehydrate your connective tissue. These parts of us (nervous system + connective tissue) work together out of our awareness to constantly make sure we are balanced and stable. Over time from repetitive use our connective tissue becomes dehydrated creating "stuck stress". This cause compensation in the body and then PAIN.

The solution? MELTing! Connective tissue is often left out of our self care practice. This is the missing link to uncovering our healthiest self.   

Cost: $35

Preregistration required: paypal.me/saravatore/35/

Earlier Event: October 28
intro to melt workshop
Later Event: November 10
embodied self workshop