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Fascia 101 For Singers With Jeremy Mossman

Thursday 22nd September 2022, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (London Time)

One reason tension issues persist is because we address them in ways that are based on presumptions about our body that aren’t turning out to be true!

Fascia is the real unsung hero of all that we do – let’s sing its praises together!

Move beyond stubborn tensions in a non-invansive way and start dialoguing with the body’s sentient architecture.

Come prepared with questions!

This workshop will be interactive.

In this 120-minute workshop you will learn:

-Fascia basics and the important shift from ‘musculo-skeletal’ to ‘myofascial’ systems

-Updates on stretching science

-The real meaning of anatomy

-An introduction to biotensegrity

-Hands-on ways to work with your own fascia (that are easily teachable)

Jeremy Mossman

Jeremy Ryan Mossman is a teacher of voice, movement, and wholistic expression, currently living in Ontario, Canada. He earned a Bachelor of Music in Musical...

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