My Body Couture Yamuna Body Rolling One Hour, 16 class/8 week Pre-Recorded Online Program
Yamuna Body Rolling Canada
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There's never been a better time to focus on your health. Decompress, lengthen and relax your body, while simultaneously balancing and strengthening your muscles.
This course was recorded in 2019, following a test group of 100 online students. It's designed for you to truly learn the deep foundations of Yamuna Body Rolling. This is a standardized program, packed with information to give you precise detail that you will need for a lifetime of Yamuna Body Rolling!
Must have Facebook account and pearl/gold/silver ball PLUS black balls.
- Build core strength and stability
- Improve posture and alignment
- Increase flexibility, balance and coordination
- Improve muscular balance and strength
- Increase muscular endurance and tone
- Prevent injury and heighten body awareness
- Enhance athletic performance
- Relieve stress and back pain
What is Yamuna Body Rolling?
Recently, in order to relieve daily aches and improve quality of life, many kinds of self-conditioning tools have gained in popularity. Yamuna Body Rolling is one of the self-conditioning methods using small specialized balls. The demand for YBR has been increasing all over the world. In order to treat physical problems, using the Yamuna Body Rolling balls, people can target superficial skin, fasciae, muscle fibers, tendons, ligaments, bones, internal organs, and the nervous system by themselves. The unique method has aspects of both exercise and treatment. Leading individual body parts to their accurate positions, Yamuna Body Rolling makes necessary space in the body, increases circulation, and improves range of motions.
This unique program gives people distinct methods to work on themselves in order to sustain their postures, flexibilities, strengths, and alignments throughout their lives. Yamuna is a totally different concept compared with conventional “fitness” regimes and newly categorized as “Body Sustainability.” It has been widely used in many countries in North America, Europe, South America, and Oceania and in Japan.