Women’s Wellbeing Day Part I – Back and Head Massage Techniques
With Geraldine Jarrell
‘When the body is in a state of deep relaxation it is only then that the body has the ability to heal itself’ Geraldine Jarrell
The day will start with a very brief history of Indian head massage, followed by an explanation of the benefits and the best practice to follow. By partnering up you will learn the best techniques to perform a sequence of moves for upper back and head massage based on Indian techniques.
The opening relaxation breathing sequence is built on throughout the day, with upper back, shoulders and arms, finishing off with the head area after lunch. Everything is revisited several times, which is the easiest way to learn and the most relaxing way to spend a day in the woods.
There is no need to undress or use oils for the workshop, access to the neck is needed so no polo necks! Detailed worksheets will be handed out with pictures to use when you get home – you are going to be surprised how much you learn and how easy it will be to follow.
At the end of the day, with verbal instructions, each person will give and receive a 15 minute sequence using the techniques to aid deep relaxation; when the body is in a state of deep relaxation it has the ability to heal itself. Total bliss!
There will be no rushing. There will be plenty of time with comfort breaks to learn all of this. It should also be remembered that even when you are receiving you are learning.
This is an rare opportunity to embrace nature whilst learning these relaxation techniques. No experience is necessary.
For further details:http://www.creativegreen.co.uk/events/womens-wellbeing-day/
Price: £85.00 includes all materials (unless otherwise specified) our fabulous Creative Green lunch, drinks, homemade cakes and biscuits (the eggs are kindly contributed by the resident hens at Clue Hill Farm and honey from our bees).
Numbers are generally limited to a maximum of 14 – this ensures that everyone is able to spend sufficient one-to-one time with the tutors. Our meals are locally sourced and organic wherever possible. We cook all the food on open fires with the logs harvested from our woods.
From 10 am till 4 pm.
Our tutors are all either personally known by us, or come highly recommended to us. They all live and practice their various disciplines within the local community and welcome any contact from attendees of our workshops.