Date, Time, Location
5 sessions, meeting on Fridays from October 22 - November 19, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Livestream on Zoom
$95, please be in touch if you need equity pricing
You know that satisfying feeling of taking an unencumbered breath? Breathing well is vital for life and influences our digestion, mental state and pain levels. In this series, we'll aim at cultivating tools to allow for more easeful breaths. Each week use Franklin Method imagery with a different area of the body and how it interacts with your breathing as a means of creating a more efficient and enjoyable breath. Learn more about the diaphragm, rib movement, lungs/heart, kidneys and muscular/fascial relationships as they relate to the breath and create a toolbox of imagery to pull from throughout the 20,000 times a day you breathe!
If you cancel more than a week before the event, we will happily give you a 100% refund. If you cancel
1 week or less from the date of the workshop, we will give you a refund if we are able to fill your spot. If we can't fill your spot, you will receive a 50% refund. If you don't show up we will not be able to give you a refund.
I am forever fascinated by movement of every kind; I have been dancing my whole life and have been teaching yoga since 2007 through my company, Working with Yoga, offering on-site yoga to corporate offices in Portl
and. In 2013, after three herniated discs, I happened to turn to a page in Eric Franklin's book "Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery" and it changed my life, sending me to enroll in the Level One Franklin Method training, where I studied functional anatomy using imagery and movement. I now can't help but incorporate Franklin Method into my ongoing yoga classes and private yoga therapy sessions as well. The Franklin Method (as well as yoga!) teaches us to dig deeper...to uncover and understand our patterns, both physical and mental. Only once we see how we've been functioning can we make a change. I strive to offer thoughtful, supportive, light-hearted classes with enough space for students to turn inward and learn more about themselves.