Yoga Workshop for Upper Back, Neck and Shoulders
with Louise Curran
At – The Ananta Yoga Studios, 5, Wentworth Place, Wicklow Town
Date – Tuesday 23rd April
(Preceded by Yoga Workshop for Lower Back, Sacrum and Hips Wednesday 17th April)
Time – 7.00 to 9.00pm
Cost – €25
Booking is Essential –
Call/Text Louise 087 6032202
This workshop is for anyone who experiences upper back issues. No experience of Yoga is necessary. Yoga students from novice to long-term practitioners with upper back pain are welcome to attend.
The workshop takes students through Yoga practices of body and breath awareness whilst linking appropriate movement to the breath. The practices and techniques are designed to manage pain and promote healthier upper back, neck and shoulders.
The aim is to strengthen weak muscles, release chronic contractions, stabilise joints, increase mobility and flexibility, establish new movement patterns and bring integrity to the structure.
Yoga therapy movements integrate the whole body whilst focusing on the problem areas. These practices will be beneficial to you if you are experiencing pain in upper back, neck and shoulders or if you wish to strengthen these area to avoid future problems.
The practices are done lying down (supine and prone), on hands and knees and seated. There are also some gentle standing sequences. The sequences, with continued practice at home, can become part of a routine to improve and maintain a healthy body. Practicing yoga students can alternate these sequences with their usual studio or home practice to avoid recurring issues if necessary.
This workshop is preceded by a workshop for Lower Back, Sacrum and Hips on 17th April.
Please note, this workshop is of a general nature for issues with lower back, sacrum and hips.
Please consult your Health Professional (e.g. Doctor, Physiotherapist, Physical Therapist, Osteopath, Chiropractor) to confirm this workshop is appropriate for your condition.
For further info or to book a space in this workshop please contact Louise Curran on 087 6032202