MELT Intro Workshops: Sessions 1 (Hand & Foot Techniques) plus Session 2 (Roller Techniques)
Sunday, September 7, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 3:45 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Session 1 - Hand & Foot Techniques 12:00-1:45:
Using small MELT balls, you will learn easy techniques that you can do at home to maintain optimum stability, mobility, and balance. While MELT Hand and Foot Techniques are applied to the hands and feet, the techniques address the whole body system. Participants will be either barefoot or wearing socks, and all techniques can be performed while standing or on a yoga mat on the floor .
Session 2 - Roller Techniques 2:00-3:45:
Using a specialized soft MELT roller, you will learn simple self-care techniques to help reduce inflammation, rebalance the nervous system, and rehydrate connective tissue. Notice immediate changes as you improve your Body Sense while effortlessly finding greater alignment and balance! For lasting results, you can then practice MELT on your own at home. Participants will be on the floor on a yoga mat for this class. Comfortable exercise clothing recommended (layers on-top, yoga pants, sweats).
Both sessions will include MELT Facelift Techniques (as seen on The Rachael Ray Show): you will also learn how to stimulate cells that produce collagen in your skin, while restoring the skin's natural hydration from the inside out.
When & Where
Susan Creighton, MELT Method/RTR/Movement Medicine
Subundance Wellness is movement medicine. Are you moving with an abundance of ease and grace? Through proactive self-care and an abundance mindset, we find wellness.
As a MELT Method, RTR (Relief Through Rolling), and dance/movement instructor, I get to share the tools that have helped me become proactive about my wellness experience and feel fitter every year.
I share self-care techniques that provide an opportunity to experience greater body sense, alignment, and overall ease of movement. Whether you’re a dancer, an athlete looking to enhace performance, or someone looking to move and feel better, these techniques support a healthy and active lifestyle.
Our bodies become maps for all our stories, and through movement medicine we experience the opportunity to safely express those stories (physical and emotional). My dance training includes Nia Techniques, Latin dance, Bellydance, Bhangra, and playing in the living room with kids and dogs.
I work with children, elders, and everyone in-between, and my passions include fitness as feel-good-fun, the sacred art of self-discovery, collaboration, and large doses of play. Join me at Seattle area sutdios, fitness clubs, the Bellevue Y, or your venue.
Exercise as fun? You bet. Move&Groove is a dance playground! Freestyle dance, dimmed lights, eclectic music, and an awesome supportive community. Freestyle dance, share your favorite steps, or zone out with your own dance experience. Your dance. Our dance.
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