Introduction to Therapeutic Yoga Wall work shop

Monday, March 14, 2016 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Osteopathic Wellness Medicine of Western New York
235 S Elmwood Ave, Ste 120
Buffalo, New York 14201

Tickets Available HERE

Cost: $25 pre-registered, $30 at the door
Join Megan Callahan and Dr. Joanne Wu for this workshop, which is focused on rehabilitation and is good for those working through injuries or even yogis who would just like to take a gentler approach to their yoga practice. Strong emphasis will be on proper alignment of foundational postures.

The Great Yoga Wall is a modern, updated version of the “rope wall” first developed and refined by the late B.K.S Iyengar, the father of therapeutic yoga. Instead of using traditional ropes this innovative system uses more comfortable straps and slings. The Great Yoga Wall is an invaluable tool for those who are stiff, weak, or unable to attain a certain posture independently. It supports the body and reduces the weight placed joints and muscles. This support allows for proper development of each posture, core strength and stability. Using the rope wall can also deepen an existing practice. Since your body is anchored and supported by the straps you are able to stay in postures longer giving you the ability to refine your breathing and the posture itself. This amazing wall system, the only one in the city of Buffalo, can be a wonderful asset for you on the path of starting or expanding your practice. Please join us for our upcoming yoga wall workshops and feel the difference for yourself!


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