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Happy Healthy Date Night: Balancing your Meridians with Movement & Self-Massage
May 24, 2014 @ 5:00 pm$35 – $60
with Soha and Sentwali CopelandSign Up Now!
As a team, Soha and her husband Sentwali teach workshops focusing on revealing and addressing hidden physical limitations and pain patterns. By incorporating breadth and movement, self neuromuscular massage therapy and nutrition the Balancing Your Meridians through Movement and Self Massage workshop is designed to facilitate health and balance on many levels.
This workshop will introduce you to movements that focus on promoting healthy flow through all of the meridians of the body and than how to apply self massage incorporating trigger point therapy and acupressure to release stuck energy and promote deep healing along these channels.
For those who have attended in the past, additional in-depth movements and massage techniques will be covered in May.
You will gain a deeper awareness, sensitivity and understanding on how the body is constantly communicating to you through limited range of motion, aches & pains, migraines, constipation, blurry vision, arthritis, poor digestion, shortness of breath, numbness and tingling… you get the idea!
By gaining a basic understanding of how the meridians work and implementing these ancient techniques of movement and massage you will be sure to leave this workshop with functional tools on how to improve your physical, mental and spiritual health.
Soha and Sentwali Copeland recently moved to Honolulu Hawaii to continue their studies in alternative medicine. As a team, Soha and her husband Sentwali teach workshops focusing on revealing and addressing hidden physical limitations and pain patterns. By incorporating breadth and movement, self neuromuscular massage therapy and nutrition this workshop is designed to facilitate health and balance on many levels.
Sentwali, after 15 years of dedicated study began teaching Muay Thai, and an internal form of Chang Quan also known as Northern Style Shaolin Long Fist. Part of his Chang Quan training was centered around plant based nutrition, Chinese Medicine, spiritualism, healing and practical armed and unarmed combat. He teaches a combination of these modalities with an emphasis first on inner health and balance as it was passed on to him