Hanna Somatics Class

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Hanna Somatics Class

Time: December 7, 2012 from 7:30pm to 9pm
Location: Rasa Yoga Center
Street: 217 4th Street
City/Town: Ashland
Phone: 541 292 9764
Event Type: health, and, wellness, class
Organized By: Victor Novick
Latest Activity: Dec 8, 2012

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Victor Novick is offering classes in Hana Somatic Education, designed
to help the body release chronic pains and distortions, and become more free, flexible and pleasurable to live in.

See details below.

Hanna Somatic Exercises

Gentle easy and comfortable movements

designed to teach the conscious brain to reconnect

with muscles that are lost to it because of chronic contraction.

This is Sensory Motor Amnesia (SMA), which occurs when you learn

to hold yourself tightly in reaction to pain, injury or emotional stress.


SMA may create distortions in posture and

a variety of painful and potentially disabling conditions.


Somatic Movement Experiences can provide

tools for self healing in a variety of areas including

v  improved mobility strength and coordination

v  improved posture and appearance

v  relief from many painful conditions

v  greater ease of breathing

v  improved athletic and dance skills

v  greater pleasure of movement in a body more supple and flexible

v  brightening of spirit and greater sense of peace


For more information visit www.hannasomatics.com

Drop-in classes Monday evenings 7:30 to 9:00

Rasa Yoga Center, 217 4th Street, in Ashland. $10 or sliding scale

Hands-on sessions by appointment: donation basis


Victor Novick;  Somatic Educator in the Tradition of Thomas Hanna

541 292 9764

[email protected]

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