Fascial Yoga Passive Stretch Therapy (FYPST), tailored by Yoga expert Sumit Manav, is a unique form of Yogic Passive stretching that works on the Fascia, Ligaments & traction on the joints in the body.
Fascia, also known as connective tissues, are tissues that cover the whole body. This is what makes FYPST a unique form of stretching as it helps improve mobility & flexibility. In addition, it has significant neurological benefits by releasing muscle tension and improving blood flow.
So join this workshop to explore & experience FYPST in the most unique way to release tension and improve your flexibility.
The individual who is receiving the stretch will lie down on the yoga mat, and should exercise a yogic breath while practicing Stretch Therapy with the FYPST Trainer. During this session the goal is to improve mobility and release muscle tension, thereby releasing the stress in the deep connective tissue.
Each stretch is held for the right amount of time (depending on each body type) so that the stretch reaches the deep tissue and ligament, which will then help to release the tension and heal the fascia. By stretching the neuromyofascia and not just the muscle, you will feel the difference in your body within one hour.
Fascia provides the protective sheath around our entire body as a whole and also surrounds each organ and muscle for protection from outside trauma. Our fascia also plays an important supportive role to the musculoskeletal system by enabling us to perform functional activities like going from sitting to standing and being able to walk, jump and run. Blood, nerves, and muscles are enveloped and penetrated by fascia, allowing your muscles and organs to glide smoothly against each other. When you have fascial adhesions and distortions, this can cause poor blood flow, weaker nerve impulses, limited flexibility and range of motion, and a host of other physical ailments.
Intense pain, tightness, and discomfort are unnecessarily caused by distorted fascia. Distortions in fascia can pull, torque, and compress the body into malalignment. Studies show that fascial tension in one structure – such as the knee – can cause tension or issues in adjacent structures, such as the hip or ankle. Some common conditions you may have heard of like Plantar Fasciitis, IT Band Syndrome, and frozen shoulder are all attributed to distortions in your fascia.
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