ELDOA CLASSES every Tuesday 5-6 pm Nov 3-24, 2020 @ our Roblin location

ELDOA is a revolutionary stretching and strengthening technique for the spine and joints of the body. These exercises create space between every level of your spine, your hips and shoulders, to alleviate back pain and improve your overall posture.

Created by world-renowned Osteopath, Guy VOYER, DO, who founded the Montreal School of Osteopathy, the ELDOAs were created to target every level of your spine to create space and normalize the tension around each vertebrae. The result is postural normalization and a renewed strength and balance throughout your body.

The Benefits of ELDOA

ELDOA connects your body, mind and spirit through a series of techniques designed to have a calming effect on the nervous system.

When we stretch the fascia that surrounds all the muscles, organs and nerves in our body restrictions are freed and a calm, balanced feeling takes over. You feel revitalized with more energy, and your body feels aligned with a cleansing feeling in your deep body tissue.

You will find that this profound experience is a way of life – and not just an exercise method. Perhaps you’ll see it as meditation for your spine (especially if you can’t sit still). Within the action of an ELDOA you will find stillness – it’s profound and gets into every fibre in your body.

This month, the theme is Hacking into your old Habits. ELDOA is a profound stretching habit that will save you unnecessary pain, aches and discomfort so you enjoy your movement and performance, be it sitting at a desk, yoga or skiiing. An ELDOA stretching routine reduces the negative effects of the postural bad habits we do to our bodies.

All welcome. No previous experience necessary.All participants physically distanced. 4 week program starts Tues Nov 3 to Nov 24, 5-6 pm at our Roblin location inside The Yoga Barre. Sign up online at Pilates Manitoba or The Yoga Barre or text 204.999.9984

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