Yoga Workshop with Brea Johnson- The Psoa
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About The Event
When you move better, you feel better.
Explore the anatomy and function of the psoas muscles and how they can play a role in affecting the body and mind as a whole. Learn a wide variety of tools and techniques to support the psoas muscles and the nervous system.
This workshop will provide a deeper understanding of these two very important and often misunderstood muscles. Through somatic awareness you will experience, in your own body, deep healing practices that nourish on all levels.
Have you ever heard of your psoas muscles? Even though these muscles are deep and not well known, they’re kind of a big deal for your whole body wellness.
This muscles it is attaching in so many places and that means when the psoas muscles aren’t working right, they can mess you up in a whole lot of places, the pelvic floor, the hips, and the spine aren’t happy either. Psoas issues are no joke. A psoas that won’t release can affect baby position in utero.
This workshop is open to everyone.
If you are a yoga teacher, therapist or into other movement modalities such as pilates, personal training, rehabilitative exercise, or dance, then understanding the psoas muscles will help you work more effectively with your clients and students.
Subscription : Rita 913450449/ yoga.sukhigmail.com
€70 early bird until November 23
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€85 after November 23
About Brea Johnson
As someone who has been practicing and teaching yoga for just about 20 years, around 10 years ago, I started to noticed an interesting trend in my classes and trainings. After working with a countless variety of people of all shapes and sizes, I couldn't help but see that not all yoga postures were truly beneficial for everyone. I tried to find a yoga style that could work for every body but never found it.
I soon realized that it wasn't about a particular style of yoga, rather it was the way in which we approached the yoga poses. With the emphasis on repetitive movements, extreme ranges of motion without stability, people were creating wear and tear in their joints and muscular imbalances that were resulting in yoga-related injuries.
To solve this issue, I had to continue my education outside of the yoga world so that I could better understand the body, and human movement. This brought me to learning more about anatomy, biomechanics and when I integrated that knowledge back into my yoga practice and teaching is when everything changed for the better.
Feeling the difference in my own body and seeing the difference in the people I worked with, was the turning point. There had been a gap in yoga between what we are traditionally taught and what movement research informs us about what we need for healthy movement.
Observing this missing link was when I made the choice to be a leader in this new movement and dedicate myself to moving the practice forward both in education for yoga teachers and safe, sustainable practices for everyday people.
It is so beautiful to be able to train forward-thinking teachers and work with so many people around the world, who are keeping yoga a living tradition by asking more questions, and helping to redefine yoga for themselves.