Program Type:Health & Wellness
Do you have daily back pain? This ELDOA class will help!
In this series of 5 classes taught by Talita Moss, participants will explore stretches and strengthening postures aimed at creating space in the joints through a technique called ELDOA, a French acronym that translates to "longitudinal osteoarticular decoaptation stretches", developed by the world-renowned french osteopath, Guy Voyer, D.O. Based on scientific principles and over 40 years of research, ELDOA postures create myofascial tension around a joint, to decompress or "decoapt" the space within and around that joint. You can sign up for one class or all of them
The benefits are many, including:
- increased blood flow
- improved recovery
- improved athletic performance
- reduced pressure on the spinal discs
- reduction of pain
- spinal disc rehydration
- improved posture and muscle tone
- increased sense of wellbeing and awareness
This series will address the joints of the spine, shoulders, hips, ribcage and pelvis, starting with an osteoarticular warm up for the whole body. Participants of all fitness levels are welcome, and must be well hydrated to participate. Bring a water bottle, a small towel, and a yoga mat.
About the Instructor
Talita Moss is a certified yoga teacher, mobility specialist and ELDOA Trainer with a passion for movement and a decade of experience teaching people of all abilities and ages. After several years of consistent practice, she received her first yoga certification in 2013. Forever a student, she has since trained in joint mobility (FRC, Kinstretch), ELDOA™, myofascial therapy, anatomy, neurology of movement, SUP yoga, kids yoga, and many others. She enjoys incorporating elements from various modalities into her classes. Talita approaches movement with playfulness while focusing on gradually building physical strength and stability from a solid foundation. She encourages curiosity and exploration, and creates a safe space for her students' emotional and physical needs. Her clients report an increase in mobility, coordination, balance and well-being in their everyday life. Talita is a native of Brazil and resides in Darien.