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Yin Yoga Intensive - Introduction to MYOYIN

What is Myofascial Release Yoga?

Myofascial Release therapy, like many alternative therapies, promotes the philosophy that the mind and body work together to maintain health.

Myofascial Release is a safe, highly effective, whole-body approach of treating pain and dysfunction in the body.

 

Date: 5th June 2020

Time: 10.00am - 4.00pm (including break for lunch)

Investment: £125.00





Watch Interview - Julia Davis interviews Dominik Trznadel about MYOYIN


 

Yoga Myofascial Release (commonly known as MFR) uses various techniques mixing yoga and therapy to apply sustained pressure into the fascia to reduce and eliminate fascial restrictions, tightness and chronic posture and/or alignment issues.

Myofascial Therapy has been extremely successful in treating all levels of pain, helping restore function, mobility and improving overall health. Through the use of special therapy balls tools (rollers, balls, scrapers, etc.), we can take this therapy home and in turn come home to our health.

The fascial system is one of the most influential systems of the body due to its anatomical and physiological role, and is considered to be the only “whole-body” system affecting structures and organs all the way down to the cellular level.

 

Self-Applied Myofascial Release & Yoga

Today, MFR is being incorporated into various movement therapies, such as yoga. In fact, Yin Yoga is in essence a form of MFR as it works to stress and release the fascial tissue through our postures. When we incorporate the tools of MFR with both Yin & Yang forms of yoga we can open the body more fully to increase the circulation of blood & chi (energy) to the tissues of the body which aids in the relief of discomforts that are associated with a multitude of physical disorders. Myofascial Release creates greater mobility and function, relieves pain, gives new freedom to movement and a sense of ease and space within the body.

 

Myofascial Release workshop

Myofascial Release workshop introduces the principles of the Yin Yoga practice combined with MFR techniques using tennis balls.

Training teaches how to release tension in the body. Students will be taught yin yoga postures in order to stress the tissues in the target area to increase circulation and improve flexibility.

This workshop is designed for anyone who is looking to learn more about Yin Yoga and MFR techniques.

Benefits
Learn how to release tension in the body and mind. Improve circulation and flexibility by a deep relaxation of muscles and connective tissues.

MFR Yoga may help with the following:

• Chronic or acute back and neck pains
• Poor posture
• Decreased joint movements
• Insomnia
• Muscles stiffness and soreness

Ultimately, this means that you’ll move better, recover faster, perform better and have less pain so that you can continue to be active and do what you love to do.

Content of Introduction to Myoyin Workshop:
What is Myofascial Release and Yin Yoga: Theory
Benefits of MFR and Yin Yoga combined
Ball Therapy Practise
Major Trigger Points
Stagnation and dehydration of the fascia
Skeletal Segments and muscle Groups
Yoga Practice

Your Workshop Leader: Dominik Trznadel
Dominik’s practice of yoga combines over 800 hours of teacher trainings with senior Yin Yoga instructor Jo Phee, both as an assistant and as a student.

He spent over 7 years in China in order to deepen his knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine that is at the core of his Yin Yoga practice.

Dominik’s professional and educational experiences always circulated around spirituality, psychology, health and education. With a background in social anthropology and meditation and extensive travels to 30+ countries helped him to become a popular instructor.

- A member of YINSPIRATION team established by Jo Phee Senior Teacher
- Assistant of Senior Yoga Instructor Jo Phee on numerous trainings around the world
- Registered RYT and YACEP Yoga Alliance Teacher Trainer

Yoga Myofascial Release (commonly known as MFR) uses various techniques mixing yoga and therapy to apply sustained pressure into the fascia to reduce and eliminate fascial restrictions, tightness and chronic posture and/or alignment issues.

Myofascial Therapy has been extremely successful in treating all levels of pain, helping restore function, mobility and improving overall health. Through the use of special therapy balls tools (rollers, balls, scrapers, etc.), we can take this therapy home and in turn come home to our health.

The fascial system is one of the most influential systems of the body due to its anatomical and physiological role, and is considered to be the only “whole-body” system affecting structures and organs all the way down to the cellular level.

 

Self-Applied Myofascial Release & Yoga

Today, MFR is being incorporated into various movement therapies, such as yoga. In fact, Yin Yoga is in essence a form of MFR as it works to stress and release the fascial tissue through our postures. When we incorporate the tools of MFR with both Yin & Yang forms of yoga we can open the body more fully to increase the circulation of blood & chi (energy) to the tissues of the body which aids in the relief of discomforts that are associated with a multitude of physical disorders. Myofascial Release creates greater mobility and function, relieves pain, gives new freedom to movement and a sense of ease and space within the body.

 

Myofascial Release workshop

Myofascial Release workshop introduces the principles of the Yin Yoga practice combined with MFR techniques using tennis balls.

Training teaches how to release tension in the body. Students will be taught yin yoga postures in order to stress the tissues in the target area to increase circulation and improve flexibility.

This workshop is designed for anyone who is looking to learn more about Yin Yoga and MFR techniques.

Benefits
Learn how to release tension in the body and mind. Improve circulation and flexibility by a deep relaxation of muscles and connective tissues.

MFR Yoga may help with the following:

• Chronic or acute back and neck pains
• Poor posture
• Decreased joint movements
• Insomnia
• Muscles stiffness and soreness

Ultimately, this means that you’ll move better, recover faster, perform better and have less pain so that you can continue to be active and do what you love to do.

Content of Introduction to Myoyin Workshop:
What is Myofascial Release and Yin Yoga: Theory
Benefits of MFR and Yin Yoga combined
Ball Therapy Practise
Major Trigger Points
Stagnation and dehydration of the fascia
Skeletal Segments and muscle Groups
Yoga Practice

Your Workshop Leader: Dominik Trznadel
Dominik’s practice of yoga combines over 800 hours of teacher trainings with senior Yin Yoga instructor Jo Phee, both as an assistant and as a student.

He spent over 7 years in China in order to deepen his knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine that is at the core of his Yin Yoga practice.

Dominik’s professional and educational experiences always circulated around spirituality, psychology, health and education. With a background in social anthropology and meditation and extensive travels to 30+ countries helped him to become a popular instructor.

- A member of YINSPIRATION team established by Jo Phee Senior Teacher
- Assistant of Senior Yoga Instructor Jo Phee on numerous trainings around the world
- Registered RYT and YACEP Yoga Alliance Teacher Trainer

'I attended Dominik's workshop and it was an eye-opener because I never learned about yoga and Chinese Medicine before. My experience is mostly hatha yoga, but after the workshop with Dominik I fell in love with yin yoga. I would like to come again to attend his workshop and recommend it to anyone.'

Josephine Wang

 

'During my 200 hours Yin Teacher training with Jo Phee and Joe Barnett this November, I felt overwhelmed in trying to understand some of the materials as they were new to me and huge amount of it was uploaded everyday. I turned to Dominik (my mentor teacher) for help throughout the course. He patiently explained all my questions in the terms that were easy to understand. I was grateful for his mentoring. He made my learning digestable.'

Listiana Hartanto

 

'Dom was my mentor during the Yinspiration teacher training in 2019. He is very knowledgeable, patient, and approachable. He is also generous with his time. He is always happy to help with my queries, even during break time or after the class. He is passionate about yin yoga and it shows in his teaching.'

Jessica Sampurna

 

'I cohosted Yin Yoga workshop with Dominik first time in 2018 in Shenzhen, China. It was a real pleasure both for me and students as his approach to the content was easy to comprehend by everyone attending. He is well experienced and that helps with the delivery of the theory and his practice makes his sessions delicious. He managed to present a difficult topic of TCM in a simple way that was at the same time very satisfactory to our Chinese attendees. He works with us regularly and we hope will continue in the future.'

Mu Lin Gao