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Healing Chair Yoga Workshop - Back pain 11th Jan. 2020

The most inter­est­ing pain in the body is the back pain. By the age of 30, all sorts of back pains start to man­i­fest. In this work­shop, we use a ther­a­peu­tic chair to over­come these types of pains instead of run­ning to the hos­pi­tal and going under surgery, which in the end gives no pos­i­tive result. This work­shop will show you where you are hid­den your own skill of heal­ing, and by using them you learn final­ly lead and have a healthy spine and life.

Date: Sat­ur­day 11th Jan. 2020

Time: 14:00 to 17:00

Only 5 chairs are avail­able for the Ear­ly bird sub­scrip­tions: Before 1st Decem­ber 75€ Work­shop + 1 Yoga Chair free.

Price: 75€.

L’ate­lier aura lieu en Français et en Anglais.

For more infor­ma­tion please con­tact: 0485 729 779 or info@​santidas.​com

 

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