The fall 2014 yoga schedule is ready!
Join me as I return to teaching at Sue’s Massage in Bangor, Pa Tuesdays at 5 pm and Fridays at 9 am starting this October 14th.
For details and directions call (610) 703-2341.
Space is limited, call to reserve your spot today.
Welcome autumn! To celebrate the arrival of my favorite season, I am excited to offer two fall specials for my private massage practice.
First time clients will receive a discounted promotional rate of $40 for their initial 60 minute massage appointment ~ a $10 savings!
And for existing clients – refer a friend and earn $5 per referral toward future sessions! Good for both yoga and massage!
Both offers available now through fall @ The Breathe Therapies Carriage House in Bangor, Pa.
Call (570) 269-5283 to book your session!
I am endlessly intrigued and awed by the intricacies of our anatomy. Currently loving this post by Body Divine.
Lengthen, Open, Relax… or Shorten, Run, Fight…
What is your psoas telling you?
Originally posted on body divine yoga:
I was delighted when I first came across Liz Koch’s amazing work because it confirmed much of what I’d been intuiting on my own. I had begun to open and close my yoga practise with hip opening poses with the specific intention of releasing tension in my psoas and hip flexors. I’d breathe and imagine tension flowing out of constricted muscles to be released as energy into the torso.
It worked, I’d feel my body soften yet somehow grow stronger.
Reading Liz Koch I instantly realized what I was doing – by learning to relax my psoas I was literally energizing my deepest core by reconnecting with the powerful energy of the earth. According to Koch, the psoas is far more than a core stabilizing muscle; it is an organ of perception composed of bio-intelligent tissue and “literally embodies our deepest urge for survival, and more profoundly, our elemental desire…
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