You can forget how important a healthy back is until you suffer from back pain. You need a healthy strong supple back for everything from putting on your socks in the morning to walking your dog or driving your car.
In this four-part series you will:
·Explore the foundations of keeping your back healthy all life long.
·Discover what movements you can cultivate to improve function, maintain back health, and heal discomfort.
·Learn how to loosen up all the areas in the body that affect your back. Everything in the body is connected, so it’s essential to keep everything open and free. The more space we create in the body the more freedom we experience. The more freedom the better we feel.
·Learn simple poses and exercises to strengthen your core, strengthen your back and stretch your back.
·Decrease tension from the back, hips, neck, spine and shoulders.
·Learn how poor posture contributes to neck and back pain.
This series is open to students of all skill levels who want to create or maintain a healthy back.Participants will receive detailed handouts so that they can practice at home!
Please note:The information provided during this workshop is not intended to substitute for medical advice. If in doubt, please consult with a qualified medical professional about introducing yoga as a complimentary therapy for any pre-existing condition.Regrettably, this workshop is not suitable if you are in acute pain.
Investment in Your Health:$60 for all 4 sessions (Registration fee before or by January 30th)
$65 for all 4 sessions (Registration fee after January 30th)
Note: Any refund or credit requires a cancellation at least 24 hours in advance of event.
Pre-registration required: Registration and pre-payment are required to ensure your spot. Contact Doris Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp at 6915-6161 to register.
About the Instructor: Doris Martinez began her career in health and fitness in 1980. As a Master Personal Trainer & Certifier, Group Fitness Instructor & Certifier, Nutrition Counselor, Pilates and Yoga Instructor, Doris has held Professional Certifications with the American Council on Exercise, the National Academy of Sports Medicine and the Aerobics & Fitness Association of America. She also served as an Adjunct Instructor at the Guam Community College for 10 years teaching Health, Nutrition & Fitness. Doris started practicing yoga in 1999, received her first Yoga Certification from the American Council on Exercise in 2000, and subsequently went on to complete her Yoga Alliance E-RYT 200 and Therapeutic Yoga Certifications in San Francisco, California.