Yoga Workshop - The Shed, Wasing Park, Aldermaston : Jan 2020

Unlocking the Feet

We often overlook our feet until they begin to cause us discomfort.  We forget, perhaps, that they are our connection with the ground, our primary relationship with the earth, and that every step we take affects our entire bodies, from ankle to skull.   The great news is that with a few simple yoga and self-care techniques, we can radically transform our feet.  Join us if you’d like to experience a new, more vibrant relationship with your feet, which wakes up your whole body, improving your posture and creating a strong connection with the ground beneath us.

In this practical workshop, we will:

* Examine the anatomy of the foot, including normal range of movement and how to work with common restrictions and issues

∗  Learn practical self-massage skills to soothe and stimulate our feet

∗  Explore the relationship between the feet, knees, pelvis and jaw

∗  Develop improved stability through the legs and spine

∗  Find a fresh connection with the ground, and experience a new elastic responsiveness in our movement

Venue

Getting There

Address

The Shed
Wasing Wellbeing & Yoga,
Aldermaston,
Reading
Berkshire
RG7 4NG

 

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