If you do one more vinyasa, you’ll fall into savasana.
If you want to increase strength and flexibility or alleviate chronic aches and pains, opt for a yoga-inspired session (she’s trained in Yin, Forrest, and Aston styles) that might include a deep spinal twist to help with posture and back issues.
Should your problems go beyond the ergonomic (headaches, prenatal concerns, allergies, tinnitus, vertigo), she’ll do craniosacral work, which focuses on the bones in your head, spine, and pelvis, and the membrane and fluid system surrounding the brain and spinal cord. Effects are often immediate.
She’s no poser.
Samara Glassman (310-729-2474 or email@example.com). Private sessions start at $100 per hour for yoga and $125 per 75-minute craniosacral session. House and office calls also available.
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