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Fascia Spa Day



Sunday, October 1st





Treat yourself to a few hours of SPA-like treatment by engaging in a self-massage, using fascia balls to target fascia and its muscle groups. Begin practice with a hot cup of tea and gentle movements to warm the body. Be guided through a full body treatment of fascia release. End your practice with essential oils, cooling towels, refreshing fruit infused water, and cucumbers for your eyes. Leave feeling completely relaxed and nurtured.

See you Sunday, October 1st 6:30 - 9:00pm
Exchange - $35

Pre-registration is required.

About Facilitator Titi Joerres:
Having first discovered yoga on television through a PBS special in the early 2000s, Titi has been a dedicated student for almost two decades. As an avid learner, she has learned to apply yoga in all aspects of her life, on the mat and off the mat. Always a student first and a natural-born teacher, Titi was led to teach yoga through paths of fate. Known for her terrible dad jokes and her childlike spirit, the space she creates allows her students to be playful, let go, and connect to their true sense of Self. Mentored by Gabriel Halpern, Chicago’s Grandfather of Yoga, she sets herself apart from other yoga teachers by aspiring to stay true to yoga’s original roots by finding ways to incorporate all eight limbs of yoga in class. She goes above and beyond to ensure that all students have access to yoga practices regardless of background, in hopes that all students walk away with their most authentic selves.

Certifications/Training: E-RYT 200 hours of Vinyasa Yoga with Luna Pierson and Linda Lehovec
RYT 300 hours of Yoga Therapy Focused Iyengar Yoga with Gabriel Halpern
200 hours of Qi Gong Teacher Training with Christopher Grant (To Be Completed and Registered through the National Qi Gong Association in 06/2023)
50 hours of Fascia Training with Joanne Avison
50 hours of Yoga Nidra Training with Ram Jain
6 hours of Restorative Yoga Training with Cyndi Lee
B.S. Natural Sciences - St. Norbert College
M.A. Early Childhood Education - Northwestern State University

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