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Free Workshop - Reducing Back Pain
with The Gokhale Method

Event Details

  • Thursday, May 16, 2019
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Free of charge
  • Register Now

  • Seats available: Open

Venue

Name of Facility: Abbotsford Convent - Rosina Bldg Dorm 1
1 St Heliers Street
Abbotsford, VIC 3067
Australia

Parking Info: https://abbotsfordconvent.com.au/visit/visitor-information#getting-hereLocated 4km from Melbourne’s CBD, there are many ways to get to the Abbotsford Convent.CAR The Abbotsford Convent is located at the end of St Heliers Street, Abbotsford. The easiest way to get there is to go via Johnston Street, turn onto Clarke Street, then turn left onto St Heliers Street. Google Maps | MELWAYS: Ref 44 G5Parking: No vehicles are permitted onsite. All day parking is available in the car park directly across from the Convent on St Heliers Street. The machines accept credit cards, notes and gold coins. Funds from the car park go towards the restoration and daily operation of the Convent. Weekday rates:30 mins = free90 mins= $5$2 per hour thereafter 5 – 10 hours = $12$2 per hour after 10 hoursBIKE/WALK The ride or walk to the Convent is spectacular, with the Capital City cycling and walking path directly passing the site. The St Heliers Street turn-off is opposite the entrance to the Collingwood Children’s Farm. Capital City Trail | Google for directions from where you are nowTRAINCatch a Mernda or Hurstbridge line train to Victoria Park Station. The trai

Event Description

(re)-Learn Primal Posture™

Join Michelle Ball for a free, 1-hour workshop to learn to live pain-free.

In this workshop, you’ll start to learn the why and the how of the Gokhale Method. Many workshops begin by showing you how to stretchsit. This is a way of sitting back in a seat and giving yourself gentle traction, which eases compression in your spine and stretches out tight or spasming back muscles.

In this short amount of time, you will be introduced to techniques which will allow you to:

  • Reduce or eliminate back, neck, muscle and joint pain
  • Prevent muscle and joint degeneration and injury
  • Increase your energy, stamina, and flexibility
  • Reduce stress and improve your appearance
Effects are often immediate and last a lifetime.

 

 

Additional Information:

Date: Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 6:30 PM


This first floor space has lift and stair access,

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Your Teacher

Michelle Ball
[email protected]
61428223271

Michelle Ball has always sought ways to maintain her own health and wellbeing through athletic endeavours and movement. Having studied physiology and taught dance aerobics, she saw what focused movement could do for her students.

She is a massage therapist and body worker devoted to helping people relieve pain and tension in their bodies. However, in seeing clients loose the ability to move freely and perform the activities they loved, she wanted to help self-empower them more on a daily basis. In her search, Michelle discovered the book "8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back:" The Gokhale Method® was a revelation and a solution. It offered a practical, complementary way to help her clients restore their mobility and natural alignment while doing everyday tasks. This is what led Michelle to train with Esther Gokhale in California. 

Michelle is now a qualified Gokhale Method® Teacher offering regular private and group lessons on the East Coast of Tasmania. She also regularly travel teaches on the Mainland in AU and NZ.  If you can put a group of 8 people together, she will come to you. 


What others are saying

Benefits of learning the Gokhale Method:

  • Reduce/eliminate many kinds of musculoskeletal pain
  • Prevention of joint/disc degeneration
  • Reduce stress levels
  • Improve circulation and breathing
  • Look and feel more confident
  • Weight loss and reduce appearance of belly fat
  • Increase energy, stamina, and flexibility
  • Increase height (up to 1" or 2.54cm)
  • Increase productivity

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