STRIDE | Flow-Stick

We believe that a crucial ingredient for any important social adventure is stable healthy individuals at its core. One way we develop this aspect at STRIDE the unSchool is a weekly Body-Mind practice.
Join Ayal (Alumni of Class 2017) and practice with him. He will share with you his expertise and daily practice “FlowStick”.

Flow Stick is a Body-Mind practice that combines energizing yet calming simple movements and stretches with a bamboo stick.

With these exercises, you will correct rigid daily posture and movement that your current work environment installs. You will work on your arms, shoulders, chest, upper back, lower back (spine).

At the end of the practice, we will take a few minutes to become aware of the effect of the practice and observe what comes up. In the end, we will do a short sharing round. With this last part, we would like to become more present with ourselves and in turn with what/who is around us.

Afterward, you are all invited to share lunch with the class and share your experience with body-mind practices. Don’t forget to bring your own food and to enjoy a prolonged effect of the practice throughout the day, we recommend eating something light and fresh.

We believe that after this practice you will be more calm, energized and present

You are welcome to join us and Stick to your health

This class has a limited number of places and is 30 minutes long, followed by a spontaneous lunch (bring your own).

Sign up to reserve your stick here

This Body-Mind Practice will take place at Jenseit IM Viadukt, Viaduktstrasse 65, 8005 Zürich

Want to know more?

– about Ayal Mizrachi FlowStick instructor here

Body-mind practices at STRIDE here

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STRIDE | Flow-Stick

Tue 21. Apr 2020 , 12:15 - 13:00

Location: external


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