Marinna Moll, owner of Belfast Yoga Studio and Certified Yamuna Body Rolling Instructor, will share the Yamuna Body Rolling technique free to new students in two classes on Wednesday, Jan. 4 at 5 to 6:15 p.m. and Monday, Jan. 9 from 4 to 5:15 p.m. at the Wellness Center at 69 Elm St. in Camden.

The Yamuna Body Rolling practice has earned respect from chiropractors, physical therapists, yoga instructors, pilates and gyrotonic instructors, massage therapists, body workers, fitness instructors and dance teachers across the country.

Who’s a good body rolling candidate? Anyone. Whether young or old, a fitness buff or a couch potato, rolling with a YBR Ball can help one feel better, more vibrant, more alive. Users have a “ball” toning, strengthening, and realigning of their body. This fitness practice will makes one leaner, longer and stronger. Yamuna Body Rolling also prevents injury and heals many structural body problems. It’s a workout, a massage, and a chiropractic session all in one.

Yamuna Body Rolling works the way a hands-on practitioner works – only using a ball. The ball replaces hands as it moves on muscles to stretch them, dislodge tension and discomfort, increase blood flow, and promote healing.

Lying over the ball, users literally roll their body out almost like dough, stretching and elongating the muscles. The YBR routines follow specific sequences that match the body’s own logic and order. Starting where each muscle begins, at its origin, one rolls toward where it attaches to the point called its insertion.

The two free classes are the beginning of a nine-week session ending March 5. Space is limited. For complete information on all sessions and to register, go to belfastyoga.com or call 338-3930.