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Yoga Therapy for Scoliosis with Dr Alison McLean

Saturday, January 18, 2020

A workshop to create space and balance
With Alison Mclean DPT, ERYT, C-IAYT

We will bring symmetry to the curvature of the spine by lengthening restricted areas, strengthening weakened ones, as well as utilizing traction techniques to bring space to the whole spine to reduce pain and discomfort.

Using a unique series of asana (yoga postures) combined with therapeutic techniques to reduce stress and tension and calm the nervous system, you will learn and experience new ways to create length and space in your body you can then replicate at home. We will focus on normalizing the curvature of the spine and opening up the tight or restricted side, and strengthen the overstretched side that can contribute to soreness and dysfunction.

You should attend if:

  • You know you have scoliosis, degenerative disc disease, arthritis or chronic tension in your back
  • You would like to create space in your spine, relieve compression and energize your nervous system
  • You want to bring balance to your body side to side even if you don’t have scoliosis

Yoga Therapy for Scoliosis
with Dr Alison McLean
Saturday, January 18, 2020
1:30 – 3:30 PM
$45 ($50 after January 16)

Dr. Alison McLean

guest teacher

Alison McLean DPT, E-RYT, IAYT has been a practicing Yogi since 2001, and has utilized Yoga Therapy to heal from injuries herself! Following receiving her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Chapman University, Alison has completed several Yoga Therapy trainings from experienced teachers such as Rachel Krentzman, Judith Hansen Lasater, and Carolyn Belko. Her classes are a unique blend of all her experiences and education.

For more information on Alison McLean please view:
www.igniteurwellness.com

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