Dancer JD will pop an ear to ear on you and satisfy all your curiosity about where your bones are whether you’re busting moves or saluting the sun.
Joint issues may arise from connective tissue laxity that our muscles haven’t developed the strength to coordinate.
The practices eventually don’t become more contortionistic, they become more subtle. That’s the beauty of long term practice – you start learning where to put your energy and where to put the emphasis.
Urban Zen Integrative Therapy: We realized we could use very simple techniques together with these five modalities in sync and they could have a really quite a profound effect.
Gillian Cilibrasi, the Director of the Urban Zen Integrative Therapy Program, invites you to browse, apply, or even drop by – April 5th in NYC.
Is physical practice a very important piece of this? Absolutely. Is the physical practice that’s been handed down from previous generations suitable for this generation? It’s at least open to serious question.
It is increasingly clear that ‘a muscle’ is a dead duck concept. There is one mind, and really, just one muscle in 600 fascial pockets.
We must account for how our students are already relating to themselves, to their tissues, and find ways to help them improve their connections and become more consciously functional.
In this unprecedented interview, we present The Magazine of Yoga 2011 Teacher of the Year, the revolutionary Jill Miller.
Working, Richard Feynman said, isn’t done in your head. You need paper, not to record the work but to be doing the work. This is exactly the premise of yoga.
Interval style yoga is the practice of grace under pressure.