Archive for ‘Yoga’

The need to rest?

Posted: Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

The appropriateness for Savasana Does your practice leave you desiring Savasana – the corpse pose? Do you tend to fall asleep in Savasana? How do you feel 1 hour later after practice? 2 hours after? the next morning? Savasana is considered one of the most difficult asana is in my observation overtaught and too often [...]

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A forest’s transformation

Posted: Friday, April 13th, 2012

We are a microcosm of nature’s and the universe macrocosm. The forest is a wonderful example of transformative processes. A forest grows and eventually the plants and trees begin to compete for light and life force energy. Only the strong survive, in this case the ones viable enough or have made that strong connection. This [...]

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Bearing your Burden

Posted: Thursday, April 12th, 2012

  Learning new patterns in replace of habits that limit freedom of well-being can be challenging. Habitual patterns of posture for sitting and standing which unknowingly limit the flow of your life force, Prana, are perhaps the toughest to change. The “posture” is not a held position but rather the body’s natural ability to support [...]

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Our feet like our hands…

Posted: Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

YES!!!  our feet have the same capacity as our hands? I am very impressed with this gentleman’s function, especially the power he has developed in his feet. The use of a hammer and powertools, notice the ability to use the lathe! From a neurological view, the homunculus of the somatosensory cortex, the  motor and sensory [...]

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Frank Lowen’s New Book

Posted: Sunday, March 11th, 2012

FRANK LOWEN’S NEW BOOK   I am excited to announce Frank Lowen, my manual therapy teacher of 15 years, has published his first book, The Roots and Philosophy of Dynamic Manual Interface.  It is his story and development of this unique style of manual therapy I utilize in my practice. It is a fascinating and [...]

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The Talus Bone

Posted: Sunday, April 17th, 2011

The Talus is the keystone bony structure in the body! All vertical support balances on it, AND all fluids are regulated by it. Where is the Talus bone located? The Talus is situated between the foot and the lower leg bones, considered the “top of the foot.” It’s half-dome surface articulates with the tibia and [...]

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