It’s finally here! The workshop designed to show you how to help yourself. Using tools you probably already have scattered around your house, this workshop will give you a step-by-step guide to self-massage. You will understand what causes muscle tension, learn useful tips on how to create good self-care habits, and leave with a better range of motion and more pliable muscles.
For the class you’ll need: 2 tennis balls, a lacrosse ball, and a foam roller. Cost for the class is either $30 (bring your own balls and roller), or $45 (balls and roller provided). You’re encouraged to bring any other self-massage tools you have.
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All teams/pairs/couples/duos. Do you dread when someone asks you to massage their neck and shoulders? Thoughts of breaking your wife, injuring your mom, or wearing out your own fingers suddenly flood your mind. Would you like to learn how to give a better massage? Then this workshop is for you (and a partner)!
This workshop will give you the basic tools to feel more comfortable giving mini massages to loved ones and friends. You’ll leave feeling informed about how to help someone with a sore neck, tight shoulders, or dull headache. There will be time for a Q&A session, hands-on practice, and a brief anatomy lesson. All you need to bring is yourself and a side-kick. This class will have limited space, so reserve your spot now!
SEPTEMBER 17th — 1-2:30pm — $30/person
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Plans are in the works for me to soon offer a few workshops.
One will be geared to teams/pairs/couples/duos/moving buddies. The goal of this workshop is to give you guys the basic tools to feel more comfortable in giving mini massages to loved ones and friends! This has been such a topic of interest for many of my clients and people I meet. I’m very excited to be able to help you guys help each other!
Another workshop is going to be (hopefully) held more frequently. This workshop is going to show you how you can help yourself. With this class, I’ll be guiding you on how to work some of the most common tension areas. We will work from head-to-toe using several self-massage tools, including foam rollers, tennis balls, and lacrosse balls. I’m a huge proponent of finding ways to help prolong the benefits of massage between sessions.
I’d love to hear your thoughts! If you attended classes such as these, what would you want to learn?