This 45 minute yoga class strives to incorporate Yogic movement and focused strengthening to release and also align your pelvis. Your pelvic girdle not only harbors an immense amount of tension and emotion, but acts as a station to displace force, which is why alignment is so crucial. Pelvic liberation involves tapping into the sensations you may feel within your pelvic girdle and allows for more sexual expression as well. Namaste!
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Sarah Alt discovered yoga after contending with the effects of Hypermobility Syndrome and the resulting injuries.A focus on slower movement, a core-strengthening approach and deepening knowledge of physiology and kinesiology has helped alleviate joint instability, pain and malalignment issues.A few years later, with a consistent practice, yoga has been and continues to be transformational on a physical and psychological level. Exploring, researching and navigating the effects of trauma, PTSD and C-PTSD has steered Sarah into integrating yoga as an effective method to manage symptoms and to promote the healing process. Pursuing yoga teacher certification during a period of life upheaval provided much-needed grounding, a strong sense of community, stability, knowledge and direction so she can share and teach the restoring, calming and empowering aspects of yoga to others. She received her RYT-200 from Perennial Yoga in Fitchburg, WI.Sarah has been active from a very young age, including multiple team sports, has immersed herself in the studies of trauma therapy, and holds a deep understanding of the innate need to connect with nature, humanity and to our bodies.A creative spirit, she carries her artfulness and her love for expression through movement to her practice, her teaching, and her everyday life.She also has been known to sing show tunes in the shower, drag her friends onto the dance floor, or have her nose buried in a good book.Sarah is also trained in and is pursuing additional education and certifications in teaching trauma-sensitive yoga, in the psychological, physiological and behavioral manifestation of trauma, and the benefits and practice of somatic experiencing through UW-Madison, The Somatic Movement Center, The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine and the Sensory-Enhanced Yoga Institute.RYT-200 RYT-500 in training Certified Exercise Instructor in training: Somatic Movement Center Certified Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Teacher B.A. Political Science UW-Madison