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Self-Treatment Techniques Workshop with Victoria Kazak

Explore your body by using props and self care tools. These concepts can be used anywhere anytime to help open the body and relieve built up stress and tension. Sick of that pain in your neck or wrist or low back?  Ready to take action but don’t know what to do or how to do it? Curious about foam rollers, trigger point release, or massage? How do you address body discomfort and pain? 

This course is designed to answer a calling for a new form of guided pain relief, a place to ask questions try new or unfamiliar techniques with help of gentle hands on assistance.

 Explore how to calmly get out of your comfort zone to explore the sharper edge of feeling discomfort. Discomfort can manifest to pain and other ailments if left unaddressed. Leave this workshop with a new perspective on how to address sensory discomfort and the gift that discomfort grants us, growth.

We are honored to have Victoria Kazak join the Saha Community in 2019 to share her wealth of knowledge of the human body and how to treat our bodies in a kind and loving way to prevent injury. Victoria is an Integrated Wellness Practitioner and Teacher. Her professional background begins with a degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Vermont. She fell in love with the injury prevention side of Sports Medicine and that love quickly weaved into studying Massage Therapy. That led to her to be a practicing therapist for the last 12 years. During those years she discovered the healing art of practicing yoga and the importance of Ayurvedic Medicine. She continued her studies to complete a 200hr Yoga training and a 600hr Ayurvedic Health Counselor Program. Through Anatomy workshops and Body Care Education Courses she hopes to help anyone seeking a better understanding of their body and ways to practice preventative self treatment.

Payment must be made in advance to secure your spot. Stop in Saha or email to connect for payment.

Cost: $40

Earlier Event: January 8
Chair Yoga: 6 Week Series with Kristin
Later Event: January 19
Deep Restorative Workshop