Yoga and Fascia Sensing: Cultivating Interoception for Enhanced Well-being and Embodiment

Session One: Tuesday, August 20, 2024
Session Two: Thursday, August 22, 2024
8 pm Eastern / 5 pm Pacific
Live Q&A: Saturday, August 24 at 12 pm ET / 9 am PT
Plus Yoga Practice Video

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Discover the power of interoception, the body’s innate ability to sense and respond to internal sensations, and how it contributes to our overall health and well-being. 

In this course, we delve into the fascinating world of fascia, the interconnected web of tissue that integrates every biological system in the body, including the nervous system.

Fascia sensing is a key to accessing our body’s self-regulating potential. By toning the fascia, we simultaneously tone the vagus nerve, which is crucial in regulating our autonomic nervous system. 

This course explores the fascia of the body as a tensegrity structure. Go beyond the individual parts of your body and experience the fascia as a fluid, multi-dimensional continuity of wholeness rather than individual parts.

Yasmin Lambat, your guide in this transformative journey, will lead you through a series of practices designed to cultivate fascia sensing and interoception. You will learn how fascia sensing can help bring the body to a state of rest and recovery, release long-held emotional patterns of strain, and enhance your overall sense of embodiment.

Throughout the course, you will also be introduced to the concept of pandiculation, a natural and instinctive way of revitalizing the body and restoring suppleness from the inside out. Pandiculation is an interoceptive urge that can be observed in animals and infants, serving as a blueprint for self-regulation.

By the end of this course, you will have gained a deeper understanding of:

  • The self-sensing nature of our body’s fascia and its role in interoception
  • The link between fascia, the vagus nerve, and overall well-being
  • The “phase-changing” nature of fascia and how fascia sensing differs from stretching
  • The importance of fascial hydration and how it calms chronic pain
  • Techniques to incorporate fascia sensing into your yoga practice for enhanced self-regulation and embodiment

Join us on this enlightening journey as we explore the wisdom of wholeness through fascia sensing and interoception, unlocking the potential for greater health, vitality, and connection between body and mind.

This Course Also Includes:

  • Recorded Yoga Practice Video: Enjoy a yoga practice that Yasmin has created for this course.
  • Recordings of Both Sessions: Yours to keep. It’s generally acknowledged that many people only retain 10-20 percent of what they learn in a workshop. You will get the recordings of both sessions (MP3 -downloadable & MP4–streaming online), enabling you to go back and listen to the workshop as many times as you like.
  • Transcripts of Both Sessions: Ever wanted to refer to a certain part of a course? Even the best note takers miss a point every so often. With the transcripts of the sessions, you can go back and refer to particularly important passages or clarify sections you were in doubt about.

Join Us Live or View the Recordings!

Session One: Tuesday, August 20, 2024
Session Two: Thursday, August 22, 2024
8 pm Eastern / 5 pm Pacific
Live Q&A: Saturday, August 24 at 12 pm ET / 9 am PT
Plus Yoga Practice Video

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Yasmin Lambat is a fascia-informed somatic movement therapist and educator, registered with ISMETA  She is the founder of SomaSensing, a fascia tuning therapy that taps into fascia as a sixth sense.

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