Yoga Workshop, Exmoor, Somerset, Devon, Scaravelli, Hatha, Catherine Annis, Foot, Feet, Anatomy

Yoga Workshop Unlocking 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 yoga workshop unlocking feet, 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 enliven 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

Date & Time

Online via Zoom

11 October, 2020
Sunday 2-4pm
(GMT London)

£30 to attend
or
£20 to buy the video

Booking

To reserve your place, please click on the button below.

How to join live streaming workshops via Zoom

Gary and Catherine will be using Zoom, a free online platform to live stream this workshop.  You will be able to connect directly to us from the comfort of your own home either through your PC, laptop, mobile or tablet.

It's easy to set up - please follow these simple instructions:

Download and create your free Zoom account.  Please do this well in advance to make sure audio and video are working.

Once you've paid for the workshop, you will be sent a unique Zoom link so you can register for the workshop well ahead of the start time.  You will then receive an email confirming your place with a link to the workshop.  Follow the simple online instructions.  Please log in 10 - 15 minutes before the start of class so we can begin on time.

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