This cutting-edge body sustainability system, created by Yamuna Zake puts the power to heal in your own hands and empowers you to become your own personal practitioner.
Join dancer, certified yoga therapist, health coach and Yamuna Body Rolling practitioner Michelle Arington for an introduction to Yamuna Body Rolling and Foot Fitness.
Learn how to self-assess and self-correct and how to develop a home practice for your body's sustainability. Yamuna® self-care routines are easy, feel good to do, and can be done anywhere you go, all you need is the right education and a Yamuna® ball.
* Yamuna Body Rolling to lengthen and align muscles and bones, support a healthy turnout and help you create smoother and easier range of motion in the hips, shoulders and knees.
* Cultivate a deep connection to your core muscles and melt tension in the shoulders, neck and upper back.
*Increase muscle recovery time.
* Release, lengthen & strengthen tight hamstrings, quads & calves.
*Discover how to maintain strength, flexibility and balance on and off the ball.
Where ----> Dancefx Athens
When ----> Sunday Oct. 15, 12:00 - 2:00
Price -----> Register and Pay by Sept. 29 - $45 /after Sept. 29 - $60
*prices include use of Yamuna® Balls and Foot Wakers
*receive 15% ($12) off if you buy a Yamuna Ball and Foot Wakers set by Oct. 10
Register NO LATER than Oct. 6 ---> Contact Michelle Arington to register
More Yamuna® info -->YAMUNA® ATHENS
* Michelle's history, love and passion for dance has inspired her work with dancers. She has been working with the UGA Dept. of Dance for the past 4 years, teaching students how reduce stress and tension in their bodies and minds, nourish and fuel their bodies, and increase their self-awareness through Yamuna, yoga and mindfulness.
In collaboration with Joan Buttram, associate professor of dance at UGA, Michelle conducted a study about the effectiveness of Yamuna Body Rolling on the dancers' ability to identify and maintain turnout, and invited the students to assess it as a tool for recovery and self-care.
The participants in the study reported that Yamuna Body Rolling helped them to strengthen their awareness of their turnout muscles, making it easier to access them and turn them on. They also felt it helped their muscles recover from barre exercises and long rehearsals.
Michelle and Ms. Buttram were selected by the Corps de Ballet International, a diverse group of university dance educators of various ages and experience, to present their research at the 2017 Corps de Ballet International Conference at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. Michelle introduced Yamuna Body Rolling and Foot Fitness to the members of the Corps, helping them achieve surprising results in a short period of time, leaving them curious and wanting more.