Webinar: Embodied Lymph: A Movement Practice for Lymph Flow

Ann Teachworth

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This movement practice helps you understand lymph dynamics in the body and provides simple ways to support lymph flow using joint motion, muscle action, breathing, and self-massage. The lymphatic system supports immune, metabolic, and circulatory functions, and it depends on body movement to have proper flow. That flow is facilitated by skeletal muscle activity, joint motion, gravity, breathing, and other body movement. Learn to support healthy lymph flow through movement and touch and put these powerful tools into practice for yourself and your clients. 

Recommended supplies: chair, yoga mat, and yoga bolster or block

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Ann Teachworth

Ann Teachworth has been working in integrative health and movement for 15 years. With her husband, Lynn, she co-founded the continuing education company, Trunamics.com which integrates structural, functional, and energetic concepts to help good therapists be great. She is director of education at Inspirit School of Healing Arts. Her education for manual therapists and yoga teachers has an emphasis on embodied functional anatomy, kinesiology, and body-mind training. She integrates manual therapy, energetic modalities, the Franklin Method, yoga, breathwork, meditation, and mindfulness to help people understand and experience their design and function more fully so they can think, move, and be more fully expressed and alive in their bodies and lives. Learn more at www.trunamics.com.

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