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Imogen is excited to offer you this live online workshop as a standalone mini-retreat for students all around the world.

If you cannot attend live, you can still purchase it at work with the recordings afterwards and have access to the recording as detailed below:

▶️ Watch live at 11am-4.30pm GMT Saturday 7th October, 2023 

⏯ Unlimited access to the recording until 11:59pm GMT 6th November 2023

NB: there will be 4.5hrs of teaching and an hour lunch break from 1-2pm

Workshop description

In this retreat day Imogen is excited to share with you her knowledge and passion about working with the body's fascial system.

She will guide you through two different practices a dynamic flow practice in the morning and a yin practice in the afternoon both will include myofascial techniques that will help you to begin to understand and embody your fascial body, ultimately exploring how we can listen, feel and respond to bodily sensations from within for a more intuitive led experience.  


Imogen will also lead an interactive workshop where she will unravel the simple science behind this body system - giving you an opportunity to ask questions. 

What will be covered:

  • What is MFR?

  • The role the fascia plays in the immune system

  • The fascia as a sensory organ, it's relationship to the nervous system and it's ability to communicate

  • Ways a varied yoga practice supports healthy fascia

  • 5 key areas of your body to work with at home


11am -1pm Dynamic Flow Yoga and Myofascial Release Practice 

1-2pm : Lunch Break Offline ​

2-3pm : An interactive workshop on the fascia 

3-4.30pm : Yin Yoga and Myofascial Release Practice 

Suitable for

Strong beginners upwards.
(not suitable for pregnant or 0-6 months of postnatal phase)


75 GBP - this price is per person

If you are practicing with a friend or partner please purchase two spots.

Imogen breaths life and enthusiasm in all her approaches to yoga.  She aids the practitioner to really sense life's fullness and rewards. 

Kay Bateson, Harpenden

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