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Functional Flow Series for October

Functional Flow Series for October

Dates: 4 Sessions October 8, 15, 22, 29, 2022

Cost:
Early Bird before 9/26
All 4 Sessions $100 Members $120 Non-Members
Single Drop-In $30

After 9/26
All 4 Sessions Members $120
Non-Members $140
Single Drop-In $30

This Functional Flow series incorporates the important attributes for sustainable longevity – mobility, flexibility, balance, and core stability – to move optimally for many decades! No matter how old we are, we can increase our strength and improve our movement patterns to be more sustainable, and move and feel our best. From newbie to more advanced practitioners, this approach can benefit students of all levels. Try a single class or complete the entire series! Thank you for joining me on this journey to move well and feel better.

Week One: Start with the Core

Engaging in functional movement there is always an emphasis in moving everything from a balanced pelvis and a strong core! The core acts as a generator for any and all movement. You’ll notice a difference deliberate movement can make in this flow and by the end, you will not only see an improvement but feel it as well!

Week Two: Hip and Hamstring Mobility

Hydrate your hips with this slow flow utilizing two blocks to create space for you to move better and feel free both on and off the mat! Focusing on both range of motion and strength, you’ll get the benefit of healthier and happier hips and hamstrings when you’re done!

Week Three: Supple Spine

We need to have the mobility in our torso for our rib cage to be able to move freely around the spine. Our postures in everyday life often determine the amount of restriction we have. Having mobility in the spine is absolutely essential. It will help to optimize both posture and performance of daily tasks such as bending and twisting.

Week Four: Full Body Freedom

This is our final class in this series. In the series we will have worked on building the foundation, becoming grounded, strengthening and lengthening and now we get to use all that we have learned and embody freedom. Through learning how to stabilize and mobilize our bodies there will be the structure of yoga and the freedom of movement that it provides.

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About the Facilitator:

Yoga teacher Erin Zell has a background in fitness and has led innovative classes in the Southeastern MA area for over 25 years. Erin completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in 2017. She describes her teaching as a focus on holistic yoga benefits, including breath, mindfulness, alignment, and balance, taught always in a gentle and supportive environment. Her passion for anatomy informs her teaching. She is always striving to create an inclusive environment that both beginning and more experienced yogis feel challenged but most of all, joyful and empowered