NEW – Living Pain Free Online Weekly Workshops

by | Jan 11, 2021 | Workshops | 0 comments

Introducing our new online workshops!

Covid-19 may have scuppered many people’s plans to get together, to share, and to learn in groups. But don’t let the stay at home message stop you from joining our workshops.

Based on our popular 1 day Living Pain Free workshop, we have now adapted this to the online world. Running as an hourly class over 5 weeks, our workshop will take you through the fascial body from top to toe.

Each week we’ll:

  • Learn something about fascia – what it is, how it works, and how fascinating it is.

  • Discover what happens when fascia goes wrong, why this happens, and how this contributes to chronic pain conditions.

  • Explore myofascial exercises and stretches progressing weekly through the whole body.

  • Enjoy guided relaxations for your mind and body.

  • Share the opportunity to ask questions in our weekly Q&A session.

It doesn’t matter what your current chronic pain condition is, or even if you have one, as myofascial exercises are great for everyone to do. And because everything in your body is connected through fascia, doing myofascial exercises for any part of your body will help to release restrictions elsewhere.

The weekly workshops are run by Amanda Oswald, and based on her book Living Pain Free: Healing Chronic Pain with Myofascial Release.

The workshops start from Tuesday 2 February at 7pm on Zoom.

Cost is £39.


We look forward to seeing you there!


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