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Somatic Movement to Release Stress

February 1 @ 18:00 - 19:00

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 18:00 on Wednesday, repeating until 8th March 2023

About the class:

Do you suffer from chronic muscle tension and tightness? Do you often feel stressed? Does it feel like your body is storing this stress? If so, somatic movement could help.

Somatic movement offers a solution for eliminating muscular pain. Learn the postures of stress and reasons why tension gets stuck in certain areas of the body. Practice gentle yet effective movements to release stuck stress from common problem areas such as shoulders, neck, lower back and hips and return to a state of ease within your body.

Please note, this class is not suitable for those in acute pain or if you have recently had surgery.

Taught by:

Poppy Koumis

Suitable for:
  • All levels, suitable for beginners
  • Not suitable for children, if you are in acute pain, or if you have recently had surgery
Benefits of class include:
  • Release chronic muscular tension
  • Release stress
  • Learn effective movements to help release chronic tension
  • Feel more relaxed in body and mind
What to wear/bring:
  • Comfy clothing to stretch and move in
  • Please bring a mat and if possible a blanket

‘I had covid back in March and I’m still recovering from some of the symptoms. Your sessions have really helped with my healing, especially with respiratory issues. I look forward to these each week and feel stronger and more centred afterwards’.

‘Poppy has a really wonderful energy. She is very good at helping to bring awareness to different parts of the body and release tension through deep breathing and somatic movement.’

Cost of class:

£12 drop in, £80 block of 8. Payment to be made prior to class via bank transfer.




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February 1
18:00 - 19:00
Event Categories:
Classes, The Sun Room


Poppy Koumis