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From Pain to Empowerment: Save Your Hips Focus
Don't let hip pain keep you from having your best 2017.
Empower yourself with AcuRolling- it is effective, fun, and works quickly. AcuRolling is Yamuna Body Rolling, infused with the wisdom of Chinese Medicine. East meets West: Benefit from the ancient wisdom of Chinese Medicine, and the modern wisdom of Yamuna Body Rolling.
Learn the Yamuna Body Rolling routines to free your hips, taught from the perspective of Acupuncture points and channels. You will learn how to use the related acupuncture channels of your body to relieve your own hip pain, and have a deeper understanding of the root of your discomfort. Acupressure points related to hip pain, as well as the underlying emotions related to the channels will also be covered. Yamuna's Save Your Hips routine brings space to your hip joint at all angles. You will feel it working, and see your legs get longer as we go through the routine. You will feel the new space in your hip joints as you are freer and lighter when you walk, and your hips have enough space to glide through the joints. Understanding it from the perspective of Chinese Medicine (AcuRolling) will deepen your knowledge of the cause of your hip pain, and how to address it through acupressure points and channels.
This testimonial from Nancy's last Save Your Hips workshop says it all: Hi Nancy! Just a quick note to say that this week I have not had any of the typical hip pain that I typically experience daily. It’s kinda crazy! Not even physical therapy has ever helped this chronic pain. I purchased the black balls the other evening and did some back work with them last night. Pretty amazing! Thanks again, C.S. AcuRolling was created by Nancy Byrne, a Licensed Acupuncturist and certified Yamuna practitioner. Nancy is passionate about teaching others how to relieve their own pain. She believes in inspiring healing by empowering others through education.
FREE: Save your hips workshop!
with Nancy Bryne
Westport: Tuesday, July 18th from 6:30pm - 7:00pm