The Origin Of Movement: Physiology of Therapeutic Sequencing with Jambo
This therapeutic sequencing training focuses on the anatomy of movement and the transfer of force. This is a modest attempt to decipher, map out and introduce into any movement modality, the energetic pathways of the energy that we feel moving within a yoga practice.
Several traditions speak about the flow of Qi, Prana or life force. In anatomy terms, I akin that to how breath becomes force that enables movement in our body and within the world.
Once practitioners understand the basic anatomy of the origin of movement, we can further discuss how to integrate the methodology into any type of Hatha yoga practice.
Days are divided into meditation and asana in the morning followed by hands on assists and sequencing skills in the afternoon. The afternoon sessions open up discussions on the classical Injuries that are seen in the core, back, shoulders, neck and wrists, particularly the conditions that are seen in the yoga environment.
Attendees will develop therapeutic sequencing and enhancing skills to work 1-2-1.
4th-5th January 10:00am-7:00pm
Morning: Meditation 30-45mins
90min asana for breath and power
90min lectures and sequencing on the morning practise
90mins Hands on assists for morning practise
Forrest Yoga Hoop Members 15%
Wild Wolfs Members and teachers 15%
32 St Nicholas St, Bristol BS1 1TG
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