with Sharie Moss
Sunday, October 21st (2:00 – 3:45pm)
at Sellwood Yoga
$35 for the workshop ($25 for those with an autopay membership–email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to registering to sign up with the discount)
With all of the sitting and repetitive movements we do everyday, the hips often become achy and unstable. This workshop will improve hip stability, mobility, and control as well as restore some hydration to your pelvis.
This is an all levels class, but if you are in a lot of pain when lying on your back, we kindly suggest you start with a private session or a MELT Intro class. All equipment will be provided for the class and if desired, there will be an opportunity for you to purchase equipment for yourself at the end of class.
Please dress in comfortable clothing and bring a full water bottle.
Instructor — Sharie Moss
After spending the first half of her working life co-building a family business and raising three kids, Sharie decided to switch gears and return to what she is drawn to most… finding and practicing habits that get us as close to body mind balance in everyday life as possible. After experiencing MELT for the first time about 4 years ago and noticing the profound effect it had on her nervous system, energy and body efficiency, she was hooked and wanted from then on to learn and teach MELT. She has just finished her level 2 training in October 2015 with MELT innovator Sue Hitzmann, and is excited to share these simple, but extremely effective moves with anyone who is also wants to find the best in their bodies, whatever their age.
Sharie developed her innate sense of body movement after spending two decades as a competitive swimmer finishing at the national level of competition. Wishing she would have had MELT to ease her aches and pains and improve her performance back then, she now uses MELT to keep her moving like a much younger person, dancing injury free, as well as keeping her entire life more balanced. She loves seeing how MELT has help all types of people from seniors wanting to acquire more balance and ease in their bodies, to teens managing the mind and body stress of school and team sports, to busy parents trying to get enough sleep and peace in their day, to athletes who want to improve their performance and stay injury free.