Sat, 24 Sept|
Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and
Thai Yoga Bodywork & Structural Integration: Touching into Energy & Information
Let’s explore how to work with the fascinating web of connective tissue in ourselves and others in order to improve energy flow, mobility, and communication in the fascial network.
Time & Location
24 Sept 2022, 09:00 – 12:00 BST
Lychpit Community Hall - Old Basing and , Great Binfields Rd, Lychpit, Basingstoke RG24 8TF, UK
About The Event
We’ll ground into our bodies through a spinal flow sequence designed to encourage the flow of energy and loving information in our own bodies. Then we’ll take a deep dive into hands-on giving and receiving through the lens of Thai Yoga Bodywork and myofascial manipulations, aimed at relieving common sources of tension and improving communication between tissues in the body. This invitation to exploration is intended for teachers and students alike, providing effective tools you can use for your own and other’s well-being.
Structural Integration (SI) is a process of re-education of the body through movement and touch. SI works with the fascial network to address postural imbalances and it can help to reduce pain, improve mobility and much more as it systematically releases patterns of stress and impaired function.
Chris is passionate about empowering his students to take active ownership of their health. He has been leading yoga and bodywork trainings internationally since 2013, drawing on his experience across multiple disciplines – as an Anatomy Trains Structural Integrator, Thai Yoga bodyworker, Chi Nei Tsang practitioner, and Reiki Master – to apply a holistic approach to yoga and wellness. Chris has completed over 1,750 hours of training in yoga and bodywork, and aims to share this knowledge in ways that are both easily digestible and actionable.
Chris is blessed to have studied directly with such esteemed teachers as Simon Borg-Olivier and Thomas Myers, and weaves the wisdom of ancient traditions with the findings of modern science to provide tools for self-discovery. His personal mantra is to “Be in sync with the drums of your heart”, drawing inspiration from his love of playing music to enrich his yoga teachings.
For those who are going through financial difficulties, no questions asked.