$40 before 3/25
$50 on the day of the workshop
Saturday March 25, 2:30-5pm
Our fascia is an often overlooked yet vital inner tissue that leading researchers now consider the carrier of consciousness. The health of the fascia determines our posture and our flexibility just as much, if not more, than our muscular system and provides a link between the emotional body and the physical body.
In this workshop, we'll explore how long-held passive postures can create greater range of motion and help to release stress and tension. All levels are welcome.
Sally Saenz is an expert at slowing down and creating self-care practices that really work. Sally began her yoga career as an eager vinyasa yoga teacher in 2005, while working full-time as a Chemical Engineer for GlaxoSmithKline Biopharmaceuticals. In 2006, she moved to Albuquerque, NM to study with world-renowned ayurvedic physician Dr Vasant Lad. Sally trained with Sarah Powers, one of the founders of Yin Yoga, in 2008 and started her 10 year journey of learning how to cultivate yin energy on a daily basis and share the beauty of yin yoga with the world. Along the way, Sally has studied meditation and sanskrit mantras with her beloved teacher Parvathi Nanda Nath Saraswati, and her Guruji, Amritananda Nath of Devi Puram, India.
Sally has been blessed to teach in beautiful locatons all around the world, including Costa Rica, Germany, Italy, the Dominican Republic, New Mexico and South Carolina. Sally has also taught in the homes of her private clients in the Philadelphia area for the past 12 years, and been a guest teacher for various yoga studios, corporations and universities. Sally lives in Bucks County with her husband Eric and son Akasha. She finds great joy in plant-based eating, baking with local maple syrup and dreaming about a backyard food forest.