YOGA: WE ARE NOT OUR ADDITIONS

We become aroused to threats in a specific method. When we receive some sort of stimulus, we experience a specific, learned, and conditioned pattern of muscular tension, structural alignment, and …

Wheel Yoga

Wheel of Dis-Ease flow binding, beginning with residual muscular tension and progressing to myofascial density, then to sensory motor amnesia and, finally, to fear-reactivity. Each stage progresses from the prior …

DYNAMIC MOBILITY YOGA TRAINING

Yoga causes an increase in the strength ofligaments and tendons in the area being trained. This is partly due to an increase in capillarisation and blood flow in the surrounding …

REHABILITATION CAUSES PAIN

Our muscles, tendons, and ligaments contribute greatly to spinal alignment, agility, and structure. When not specifically moved (since they cannot be moved by simple, gross actions), the tissues can begin …

JOINT NUTRITION CAUSES PAIN

Pain worsens the situation by conditioning one to not move the area, when immobilization is the worst possible remedy for the pain! We need joint mobility or we rob the …