Yamuna® Body Rolling (YBR®) is an intelligent self-care modality based on experiential anatomy that uses various sized balls focused on particular areas of the body. The ball and positioning create self traction and help you activate what is underused and reduce the impact on what is overused. We move slowly and organically to release tension in the body, rebalance muscles and realign joints. Working from the inside out allows you to get underneath your compensatory habits and imbalances to recover from injury and / or to improve posture and increase the efficiency in your body mechanics.MINI YBR® WORKSHOPS Saturday, & Sunday, January 6 & 7, 1-4pm, $20 for one / $50 for 3 / $90 for all (pre-registered by January 1) In these six 1-hour mini workshops, we will cover different parts of the body, starting with the feet and working our way up. All levels are welcome and no prior experience is necessary; try one or settle in each afternoon for all of them. If you are new to the practice, these workshops give you a good feel for the power of this modality. If you are familiar with the practice this is a good way to brush up, learn some new techniques or to introduce it to friends and family. YBR® WORKSHOPS Saturdays, January 20 & 27, 1-3pm & 3-5pm, $50 for one / $90 for two / $160 for all (pre-registered by January 15) In these four 2-hour YBR® workshops, we will go a little deeper. These workshops offer you the opportunity to work out some habits or patterns in your body that keep you off balance or injured. The first Saturday explores legs and pelvis while the second of these Saturdays moves into the spine and abdomen and then into the upper back, shoulders and neck. SATURDAY AFTERNOON URBAN RETREAT NYC Saturdays, February 3 & 10, 1-5pm, $100 for one day / $175 for both days (pre-registered by January 29) The Urban Retreat is spread out over two Saturdays. You are welcome to join one or both afternoons. While we will continue to bring in some YBR® routines we will also add yoga, breathing, meditation, and sustainable movement practices. These different tools let you embody your own anatomy so you may begin to settle your nervous system and experience somatic reorganization.