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Yoga fascia
Yoga fascia

Fri, 20 Mar


Prof'ile Shape

Yoga fascia

The world of fascias is fascinating. Awareness and massage of these connective tissue membranes can literally transform your yoga practice and relieve the most common tensions.

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Time & Location

20 Mar 2020, 18:30 – 20:00

Prof'ile Shape, Route de Mezzavia, 20090 Ajaccio, France

About the event

Accessible to all - 12 places €20 / €16 member  Reservation at least 48 hours before on 06 10 88 18 08 or site / app for members (cancellation 24 hours before deadline) _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

>During this session we will combine self-massage exercises on specific parts of the body and yoga postures to see the effects on your tensions and on the flexibility of the muscles concerned. You will discover how by gently rolling a roller or balls and exerting pressure on them you can bring more freedom of movement, how less than 5 minutes of self-myofascial massage per day can effectively complement your yoga practice and allow you to feel better even off the mat.   You will learn Rolling. A fascisa self-massage technique that we will explore with foamrollers and balls in order to release adhesions, stimulate homeostasis, relax and soften the body. A cure of youth and well-being! 

>For many years research has been carried out on the role and importance of fascias in the human body, of which they envelop the entire structure. The particle "myo" stands for muscle, and the term "fascia" stands for the sprawling network of connective tissue that surrounds, encompasses and connects your muscles, bones, arteries and organs.   This network of fine fibrous collagen membrane serves as a matrix, support for the human body and plays a major role in musculoskeletal well-being and proprioception capacities (bodily sensations, or the ability to locate one's body in space). It influences how signals related to sensations (such as pain) are transmitted from the body to the brain. The fibers in your body are designed to slip and slide over each other during movement. However due to injury or repetitive actions, certain areas of muscle tissue can become knotted, prone to inflammation, and pull further on fascia further down the web like a spider's web. Massaging the fascias improves the sliding of your muscles and, like a sponge, rehydrates them thanks to pressure followed by relaxation. 

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