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Jaw Dysfunction (TMJ) is common, so common that 7 out of 10 clients and patients who attend my clinic present a tight jaw. The good news is that a simple TMJ release (a technique for relaxing your jaw and neck muscles) can make all the difference to the way you feel and move, and even […]
Your diaphragm is the most important muscle in your body, without it, the auxiliary breathing muscles have to figure out how to get enough oxygen into your systems. The result? Your entire body has to adjust and compensate further. Quick Anatomy Focus: The diaphragm’s primary job is to create negative internal pressure in the thoracic […]
Neuroconnective Therapy looks at your whole body and not just your injury or condition. By taking in the broader aspects of your life and how your nervous system interprets information, you quickly learn to identify the triggers in your environment so you can plan for predictable outcomes. Emotions affect the way we breathe, feel, move […]
Rainbow kids Yoga YTT An 8-hour course in fun and functional anatomy for Yoga Teacher Trainees who are working with children. We will cover The differences between adults and children. Developmental Stages Mind & Body integration Anatomy & Movement and Muscle Memory Terminology Hormones & Growth Puberty, stages, concerns and care.
1 Breathe Simple as it sounds, most people don’t breath too well. When you adopt a shallow breathing pattern it creates a domino effect throughout your kinetic chain. ( The way your muscles behave) The first thing to happen is that your diaphragm, which is your primary breathing muscle takes a little vacation. This means […]
Years ago I got stuck in a poor breathing pattern possibly because I incorrectly interpreted complex breathing instructions via Pilates but mostly through crap advice via the fitness industry… belly in, chest up, pelvic floor tight aaaaaand moooove your arse. Looking back on it now it was the equivalent of lacing myself into a corset […]
With the use of foam rollers, balls, our own hands and yoga postures, we will lubricate and release the connective tissues so that we can move from gentle backbends to deeper postures with ease and with strength. We’ll also take a brief look at anatomical differences in a generic group of people so that we […]