Fee shares her love for the art of movement through Flowave.
Fee has been immersed in the practice of mindful movement for over two decades.
She trained as an elite gymnast throughout her childhood but was stopped by injury in her early teens. Following her recovery she turned to dance, going on to travel & teach extensively. In her early twenties, Fee found yoga & was instantly drawn to the practice.
She completed her first training in 2014 with Annie Carpenter and has since gone on to train with numerous teachers around the world. Having taught both dance & yoga for number of years she was inspired to combine her unique knowledge & experience together to develop an innovative style of yoga she calls Flowave.
Fee has also completed a B. Psych, so her teaching is deeply inspired by how the brain functions & the impacts yoga can have on our mental processing & emotional capacity.
Flowave offers practitioners a deeper understanding of how to move prana and energy throughout the entire body. It has been developed as a way to isolate the veterbrae of the spine as well as master segmental control of the limbs and body.
The fluidity of movement encourages flow in its truest sense and the breath is always at the forefront of awareness, initiating and guiding every movement. The practice focuses on subtle movement to help students gain a deeper understanding of segmental articulation and control. It is a beautiful way of creating balance and symmetry in the body by awakening new pathways and
bringing awareness to areas that are currently asleep.
The constant contraction and release of the body gives rise to a feeling of both unity and harmony. The continuous shift between engaging/relaxing the muscles makes it easy to sense where there is either stress or weakness in the body and (using the breath) the practice of Flowave encourages these areas to be repeatedly strengthened and then also let go of and released.