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The Curious Onion-with Meg~ a Deep Dive Into the Body

When: Friday, March 23rd, 6-8 pm

Where:  Montana Lotus Center, 1119 North 7th Ave

How to sign-up: SPACE IS LIMITED, so reservations are required.  Contact Heather at Montana Lotus Center directly, either by phone, 406-595-2595, or email, montanalotuscenter@gmail.com

Investment:  $45 per person.  Note**** Long foam rollers are REQUIRED for this class-rentals are available on a limited basis.  Please contact Heather to reserve a rental.  (See above contact information above)

What to expect: 

Come join us for 2 hours of deep release! This unique intensive is designed to teach you simple, yet transformative techniques using foam rollers, basic yoga poses and ball work. Like an onion, we have many layers in the body from the physical to the energetic. In our time together we will cover head to toe approaches for a peeling back of the body as a system of tissue, muscle and energy. Results? Soften deep tissue, restore muscle imbalances and melt away sticky energy that hinders our ability to flow in our natural state.

No experience necessary, just a good attitude, curiosity and willingness!

After attending Bikram training in 2001, Meg opened one of Montana's first hot yoga studios.  She has traveled extensively, and has been practicing for over 17 years.  She has had the privilege to study and practice with many teachers, and teaches a fusion of of all the "nuggets" she has developed from her training whenever she can.  Recently, Meg's interest in fascia releasing techniques has inspired her to incorporate these techniques into her personal practice, as well as when she guides a class.

After attending Bikram training in 2001, Meg opened one of Montana's first hot yoga studios.  She has traveled extensively, and has been practicing for over 17 years.  She has had the privilege to study and practice with many teachers, and teaches a fusion of of all the "nuggets" she has developed from her training whenever she can.  Recently, Meg's interest in fascia releasing techniques has inspired her to incorporate these techniques into her personal practice, as well as when she guides a class.