Yoga and the Fascial System: Connect with Your Connective Tissue with Leslie Daley, RYT 500, MS, OTR/L
Saturday, April 27 • 10:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
What is fascia? This long-overlooked matrix is the tissue that holds us together, supporting all structures of the body from head to toe in a three-dimensional, uninterrupted web. In its healthy state, fascia has the ability to stretch and move, but with injury or inactivity, fascia can harden and shorten, creating restrictions and pain. Learn about the fascial system and how to work with it through gentle Yoga. Includes Yoga: All Levels
Leslie Daley RYT500, MS OTR/L, has been practicing Yoga for more than 30 years and teaching classes and workshops since 2002. She is a licensed occupational therapist having earned her master of science degree from Columbia University in 2012. She uses integrative therapies, including John Barnes Myofascial Release, Therapeutic Yoga, and mind-body techniques that provide consistent results in reducing pain, restoring motion, and improving quality of life for her patients. She has specialized training in women’s health to evaluate and treat pelvic pain and bladder conditions, providing individualized treatment, guidance and support. www.LeslieDaleyOT.com
- Also with Leslie Daley, RYT 500, MS, OTR/L:
- Bandhas, Breath, and Pelvic Health: Find Your Energetic Lift