Rehydrate, Roll, and Yoga
Why Rehydrate, Roll, and Yoga classes? Many people appreciate how much better they feel after a massage. And some people have found out that properly done, foam rolling can help you feel better, much like a massage does.
Jacksonville Yoga’s Joyce Savitz has been teaching simple Rehydrate and Roll techniques for foam rolling, to be performed just before yoga exercise since 2013. Based on the concept shared in an article in Prevention magazine, Joyce and her students have confirmed that these simple foam rolling techniques can reduce muscle fatigue and soreness; significantly enough that the following workout actually feels easier!
And proper foam rolling performed as part of your cooldown actually helps to reduce occasional post exercise discomfort.
Joyce’s students have told her how the foam rolling techniques that she has shared with them have also helped to ease many of their aches and pains (by improving blood flow; rehydrating and restoring muscular and joint function).
Because Rehydrate, Roll, and Yoga sessions have helped many of her students feel so much better, Joyce has found these sessions personally rewarding, too.
Often, people who do not learn these simple foam roller techniques tend to press too hard on their rollers, in an effort to get relief from their pain. Pressing too hard on their rollers can be painful; the pain relief is not achieved.
To get the benefits of foam rolling without adding pain, Joyce recommends attending one of her Rehydrate, Roll, and Yoga sessions at Jacksonville Yoga studio, in Jacksonville Beach.
The 10 week Rehydrate, Roll, and Yoga series is only $130!
Joyce offers this series at a very affordable price, to make it available to help more people who are suffering with various aches and pains.
- Based on her experience and feedback from students, it is advised to have a private session with Joyce before starting a series with a group of people.