Posts in the ‘Physiology’ Category


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SACRED SPIRALS

Sacred Spirals Spirals are a common shape found in nature, as well as in sacred architecture. In the natural world, we find spirals in the DNA double helix, sunflowers, whirlpools, weather patterns, vine tendrils, galaxies, snail shells, and ferns. Look at your fingertip and you will see a spiral, even the shape of your hair


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Listen… Remember The Evolution Of Movement. Awakening Cellular Breathing

  Our Origins Life on planet earth began as we did in the womb, in a watery environment and from the union of two cells to create a fertilised egg cell, which divides and multiplies over and over again in a continual growth and renewal. The development of humans began billions of years ago with


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Awakening The Spine, Kundalini Elixir

Hydrating vs. Dehydrating tissue Movement is the most important factor (next to water) for keeping our tissue subtle and elastic. The process of fascial hydration contributes to the feeling of pliability and suppleness; therefore movement is key. Fibers within the muscle work in a complex balance of relaxation, contraction and stretch. Strength comes not just


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What Is The kinaesthetic Sense?

MOVEMENT AWARENESS “Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember. Involve me and I understand” Chinese Proverb Movement is what rules life, everything is in continuous motion, the oceans move with the dance of the moon orbiting the earth, the rain forest waves as the wind passes through the leaves, the rocks changes


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Why Is It So Important To Feel Grounded?

  One of the most important teachings I give in any Yoga Anatomy Workshop is to show students how to ground themselves. Before starting with the very basic, yet effective explorations in to how to do it, let’s study the definition of ‘grounding’. One common definition of grounding is related to electricity supply systems; the


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What is Proprioception and How Does it Relate to Mindfulness Practices?

Mindfulness is a meditative awareness practice that develops a capacity to attend to the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts, bodily sensations, and external stimuli with a receptive, noninvasive attitude. In order to develop this attitude of sensitive, non-manipulative attention, we need to develop proprioception during our classes (the term proprioception

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