a brief post, made during the final few sessions of a highly inspiring online Yoga training course; all about spinal health.
Welcome to my special place, where all my class planning and thinking come together. Planning practices is actually one of the most challenging aspects of Yoga teaching, for me. Ensuring that the details of ‘how’ I structure a practice, what’s the goals and benefits of the approach, what’s the concept of the practice? These areContinue reading “Yoga teachers Inner Sanctum…”
Tension is an essential aspect of our anatomy. Here is a contemplation on this wonderful tool for both #massage as well as #yoga practices.
What is ‘the Yoga Clinic’? | from ‘the Body Engineer’
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Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Iyengar Yoga, Power Yoga, Yin Yoga; whatever your choice of style is, I’m sure we’d agree that we could also refer to these as ‘Postural Yoga practices’. To work with a study of posture, raises the question; how do we assess posture in our body? A common tendency, in a YogaContinue reading “Postural Yoga | A quest for feeling”
These unusual times have, I’m certain, challenged us in ways we never thought imaginable. However I find myself, this evening, contemplating the many things that lockdown has offered me. The most prominent recognition, it the opportunity to continue exploring and studying the body, in all its wonderment. Reading interesting research and guidance from great folks-of-knowledge;Continue reading “Making the most of lockdown…”
From the 11th of May 2020, I am very happy to be able to open my clinic doors and resume my Soft Tissue Therapy & Massage treatments. I will also be launching my NEW ‘Yoga Clinic’; a personal Yoga consultation service. This will be for those beginning of continuing a regular practice, but would likeContinue reading “Re-Opening the Clinic”