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Inside Out Yoga Adjustments

Often when we hear the term “yoga adjustment” we picture something hands on, externally focused, and with the overall intention of fixing something that’s gone wrong in a yoga pose. Taking a good look at the wonderful world of fascia means approaching yoga poses in a backward and inverse way from what we are used […]

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Joyful Movement

Do you want to learn how to unwind your fascia and get inspired for new and enjoyable ways to move your body? I used to always find exercise to be a chore. I knew it was good for me, but I also knew it was going to hurt. I dreaded dragging myself to my yoga […]

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Head Tilt!

Did you know that humans have many cues imbedded in our social engagement system that communicate with others non-verbally? Head tilting and eye crinkling are a few of the cues from our social engagement system that ripple through our whole body by way of the fascial system. Want to feel it for yourself? Try this […]

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300-Hour RYT Program: Free Information Night

The advanced Myofascial Yoga RYT program begins in early 2022! If you are keen to learn more about biotensegrity, fascia, neuroscience and mindful movement, this training program is for you! Come join us for 2 hours of practice, Q & A and community discussion to learn more! Come join us for an hour of myofascial […]

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Myofascial Yoga; Ball Placement and Fascia Anatomy

Fun Fascia Fact: About 7.5 liters of fluid moves through the extracellular matrix each day. (That’s a lot, considering we only hold 4.5 liters of blood at a time!) When your fascia is restricted, it limits the flow of fluid. Imagine a sponge wrapped up tightly with elastic bands and thrown into a sink full […]

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Myofascial Yoga for Pelvic Health

Myofascial yoga for Pelvic Health This is quite possibly the most exciting module in the Myofascial Yoga Teacher Training program!* The pelvis is literally the central pivot point of our body, which means that a problem in pelvic alignment has maximum potential for detrimental compensation patterns, heading outward in either direction. John F. Barnes makes […]

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PAIN INFORMED YOGA: 50-hour myofascial yoga teacher training

– Are you ready to bump your understanding of fascia up to a new level? – Do you ever wonder how you could move with greater ease, efficiency, and joy? – Is injury or chronic pain a regular feature in your life or your clients lives? Join us for a week intensive of incorporating myofascial […]

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Balancing your inner landscape with tensegrity

Balancing your inner landscape with tensegrity:   September 13 at 7:00pm mountain time will be the next live meditation on applying the principles of tensegrity to our mind and emotions.   I’ve been experimenting lately with using tensegrity in my meditation practice as a way to reconcile the struggle of opposing forces. It’s so amazingly powerful! […]

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Fascia Awareness in Yoga & Movement – Keys to Enhancing Soft Tissue Resilience and Releasing Chronic Tension Patterns

Add a new dimension to your yoga practice by integrating fascia awareness and a mindfulness-based approach to movement! Fascia Awareness in Yoga & Movement online course for yoga teachers: If you have ever been curious about the body/mind aspect of yoga and how it can help you or your students, this program is for you. Study […]

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Myofascial Yoga, Biotensegrity and unlocking human potential

Mindfulness-based Yoga therapy for athletes Are you an athlete looking to improve performance? Or are you a yoga teacher and drawn to work with athletes? In this module, you will learn how to apply advanced myofascial yoga, biotensegrity, and mindfulness-based yoga therapy to unlocking human potential. We will cover how to effectively work with athletes […]

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