Course curriculum

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    • What to expect from this workshop

    • What you will need

  • 2

    Fascia awareness in practice

    • Practice ideas and exercises to foster Fascia awareness

  • 3

    Additional Resources

    • Additional viewing

Fascia & Body Memory – part 2

Bringing awareness to the Fascia in our body

How we can create an actual felt sense of Fascia in our Yoga practice, and gradually work towards un-doing the holding patterns in our body that are no longer serving us, in order to release tension, free up movement, improve vitality, and foster interoception and proprioception.



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Her whole life, Katrin has been interested in the body and movement. After many years of dance, her Scoliosis lead her to Pilates and finally to Yoga and Thai Massage, which then became her path in life. For her it’s about the never-ending discovery of body and mind, to deepen the awareness and to release all tension and stagnation. Only then, the journey towards healing and transformation can begin, the capacity and power of resilience of the body can grow, and more space for positive life energy and joy can develop. Katrin holds a 500h Level 4 NVQ Yoga Teaching qualification, trained in Manual Lymph Drainage and has studied extensively in Thai Yoga Massage and Osteothai, including a Master Osteothai qualification, over the past years. Through her work as a therapist comes also her understanding of trauma, chronic conditions and pain, as well as the influence of working with fascia, the craniosacral system, structural support and regulation of the nervous system. She used to run a Yoga Festival in London and launched an online anti-stress breathing programme. Since 2015 she lives in Lisbon and runs Little Yoga Space, where she teaches and gives Osteothai treatments, and she is the director of Hadadi, offering foundation and advanced training courses in Thai Massage and Yoga worldwide.