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  • T-Spine #mobility 
Ausgangsposition: begib dich in den Halbkniestand. Nimm den Stab mit gestreckten Armen über den Kopf.
Ausführung: Drehe deinen Oberkörper so weit wie möglich in die Richtung deines vorderen Beines. Am Endpunkt beuge dich zur Seite und richte dich wieder auf. Nun kannst du deinen Oberkörper nochmal weiter drehen. Kehre zur Ausgangsposition zurück und wechsle die Beinstellung. Wiederhole den kompletten Ablauf zur anderen Seite.. 8-10 Wiederholungen.
Euer Movement Coach Niklas .
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*Werbung #athletikmovement #movementcoach
#movebetter 》#eatbetter 》 #livebetter
  • T-Spine #mobility
    Ausgangsposition: begib dich in den Halbkniestand. Nimm den Stab mit gestreckten Armen über den Kopf.
    Ausführung: Drehe deinen Oberkörper so weit wie möglich in die Richtung deines vorderen Beines. Am Endpunkt beuge dich zur Seite und richte dich wieder auf. Nun kannst du deinen Oberkörper nochmal weiter drehen. Kehre zur Ausgangsposition zurück und wechsle die Beinstellung. Wiederhole den kompletten Ablauf zur anderen Seite.. 8-10 Wiederholungen.
    Euer Movement Coach Niklas .
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    *Werbung #athletikmovement #movementcoach
    #movebetter#eatbetter#livebetter
  • 544 5 7 August, 2018
  • #CorrectiveExercise
#CoreStrength 
Half kneeling PNF Rotation Chop
Der Half-kneeling PNF Rotation Chop  ist eine dreidimensionale Flexions- und Rotationsbewegung, um die Rotation des Rumpfes, den oberen Rücken, die hinteren Schultern, die Brust und die Arme zu verstärken. Der Chop wird von einer hohen zu einer tiefen Position über eine große Amplitude durchgeführt.
Ausführung: Ziehe die Hände an die Brust, während Sie den Torso vom Band wegdrehen.
Während du den Oberkörper drehst, drücke die Arme in einer kontinuierlichen Bewegung nach unten.
Zurück zur Ausgangsposition 6-10Wiederholungen .
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*werbung #athletikmovement #movementcoach
#movebetter 》#eatbetter 》 #livebetter
  • #CorrectiveExercise
    #CoreStrength  
    Half kneeling PNF Rotation Chop
    Der Half-kneeling PNF Rotation Chop  ist eine dreidimensionale Flexions- und Rotationsbewegung, um die Rotation des Rumpfes, den oberen Rücken, die hinteren Schultern, die Brust und die Arme zu verstärken. Der Chop wird von einer hohen zu einer tiefen Position über eine große Amplitude durchgeführt.
    Ausführung: Ziehe die Hände an die Brust, während Sie den Torso vom Band wegdrehen.
    Während du den Oberkörper drehst, drücke die Arme in einer kontinuierlichen Bewegung nach unten.
    Zurück zur Ausgangsposition 6-10Wiederholungen .
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    *werbung #athletikmovement #movementcoach
    #movebetter#eatbetter#livebetter
  • 553 17 28 July, 2018
  • A common cue used for someone who loses midline stability is; ‘Stay tight!’ This cue is useful for maintaining a neutral spine for many movements. When it comes to the squat, however, there may be other limitations which can prevent a strong bottom position. If the ankles lack range of motion, as described in the video above, no amount of core contraction will prevent the pelvis from tilting and the lower back from rounding. In this case, one needs to first address this underlying, downstream problem before any hope of progress can be made. ————
Don’t forget to turn on post notifications for our page … because the next video is going to be one you wont want to miss 😉
  • A common cue used for someone who loses midline stability is; ‘Stay tight!’ This cue is useful for maintaining a neutral spine for many movements. When it comes to the squat, however, there may be other limitations which can prevent a strong bottom position. If the ankles lack range of motion, as described in the video above, no amount of core contraction will prevent the pelvis from tilting and the lower back from rounding. In this case, one needs to first address this underlying, downstream problem before any hope of progress can be made. ————
    Don’t forget to turn on post notifications for our page … because the next video is going to be one you wont want to miss 😉
  • 546 18 8 hours ago

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  • “CAN YOU STICK YOUR ELBOW IN MY PIRIFORMIS?” is a common request for me as a Massage Therapist. Truth be told, most people don’t know the difference between their PIRIFORMIS & the other 5 deep lateral rotators of the hip. But it’s become a BUZZWORD. Just like the QL or the ITBand which have become the SCAPEGOATS FOR PAIN. 
While I’ll gladly stick my elbow in your piriformis, there’s usually a lot more going on in that booty & corresponding areas that are contributing to pain, discomfort, or dysfunction. 
Myofascial pain symptoms generally come from poor postural or movement patterns that involve multiple muscles rather than just one. So solving that PAIN IN YOUR BUTT *probably* requires work in other areas. 
#moveUNWINDexpress
#myofascialrelease
#myofascialmassage
#massagetherapy
#massagetherapist
#tightglutes
#piriformis
#myofascialpain
#painrelief
#painpatterns 
#movementpatterns
#postutalpatterns
  • “CAN YOU STICK YOUR ELBOW IN MY PIRIFORMIS?” is a common request for me as a Massage Therapist. Truth be told, most people don’t know the difference between their PIRIFORMIS & the other 5 deep lateral rotators of the hip. But it’s become a BUZZWORD. Just like the QL or the ITBand which have become the SCAPEGOATS FOR PAIN.
    While I’ll gladly stick my elbow in your piriformis, there’s usually a lot more going on in that booty & corresponding areas that are contributing to pain, discomfort, or dysfunction.
    Myofascial pain symptoms generally come from poor postural or movement patterns that involve multiple muscles rather than just one. So solving that PAIN IN YOUR BUTT *probably* requires work in other areas.
    #moveUNWINDexpress
    #myofascialrelease
    #myofascialmassage
    #massagetherapy
    #massagetherapist
    #tightglutes
    #piriformis
    #myofascialpain
    #painrelief
    #painpatterns
    #movementpatterns
    #postutalpatterns
  • 15 4 46 minutes ago

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  • Movement Screening

Part 1 G.A.I.T 
Movement 3

I'll be looking at your Ankle & Foot Complex, Knees and hips. To see what can be done to improve how you walk, run and play sports.

Single Leg Squat With Anterior Reach

Above is Peter and he is doing the Single Leg Squat With Anterior Reach. Comment below 👇🏾 on what his ankle, knees and hips are doing.

Send me a DM to arrange a free Postural Analysis / Movement Screening so we can help get you back on your feet.
  • Movement Screening

    Part 1 G.A.I.T
    Movement 3

    I'll be looking at your Ankle & Foot Complex, Knees and hips. To see what can be done to improve how you walk, run and play sports.

    Single Leg Squat With Anterior Reach

    Above is Peter and he is doing the Single Leg Squat With Anterior Reach. Comment below 👇🏾 on what his ankle, knees and hips are doing.

    Send me a DM to arrange a free Postural Analysis / Movement Screening so we can help get you back on your feet.
  • 23 1 2 hours ago

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  • A common cue used for someone who loses midline stability is; ‘Stay tight!’ This cue is useful for maintaining a neutral spine for many movements. When it comes to the squat, however, there may be other limitations which can prevent a strong bottom position. If the ankles lack range of motion, as described in the video above, no amount of core contraction will prevent the pelvis from tilting and the lower back from rounding. In this case, one needs to first address this underlying, downstream problem before any hope of progress can be made. ————
Don’t forget to turn on post notifications for our page … because the next video is going to be one you wont want to miss 😉
  • A common cue used for someone who loses midline stability is; ‘Stay tight!’ This cue is useful for maintaining a neutral spine for many movements. When it comes to the squat, however, there may be other limitations which can prevent a strong bottom position. If the ankles lack range of motion, as described in the video above, no amount of core contraction will prevent the pelvis from tilting and the lower back from rounding. In this case, one needs to first address this underlying, downstream problem before any hope of progress can be made. ————
    Don’t forget to turn on post notifications for our page … because the next video is going to be one you wont want to miss 😉
  • 546 18 8 hours ago

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  • Movement Screening

Part 1 G.A.I.T

Movement 2

I'll be looking at your Ankle & Foot Complex, Knees and hips. To see what can be done to improve how you walk, run and play sports.

Single Leg Squat 🦵🏾 Above is Peter and he is doing the Single Leg Squat. Comment below 👇🏾 on what his ankle, knees and hips are doing.

Send me a DM to arrange a free Postural Analysis / Movement Screening so we can help get you back on your feet. 👣
  • Movement Screening

    Part 1 G.A.I.T

    Movement 2

    I'll be looking at your Ankle & Foot Complex, Knees and hips. To see what can be done to improve how you walk, run and play sports.

    Single Leg Squat 🦵🏾 Above is Peter and he is doing the Single Leg Squat. Comment below 👇🏾 on what his ankle, knees and hips are doing.

    Send me a DM to arrange a free Postural Analysis / Movement Screening so we can help get you back on your feet. 👣
  • 40 2 19 February, 2019
  • What’s fairly simple, pretty darn cool, and 9 times out of 10 beats a verbal or a visual cue?? A SENSORY CUE, or a feedforward or feedback system. Reactive Neuromuscular Training, or RNT, is a fancy term for conditioning our body to learn/retain information about our environment at a faster rate than our minds. It corrects improper movement patterns on a neurological level with the use of external force or stimulus. 🤓 •
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The first set up, I use quite a bit because I tend to roll to the outside of my foot during movements requiring me to stand. The band pulls me laterally, forcing me to create and maintain my arch. •
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The second set up is used to correct knee valgus, or medial caving of the knee. It can also be used to address pronation of the ankle, or collapsing of the arch. •
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Give these a try and see how your joint alignment, and overall stability, improves! •
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#reset #reload #repattern #movementpatterns #correctiveexercise #functionaltraining #functionalftiness #functionalmovement #RNT #stability #justmove #itsmyadvantage #scottsdale #phoenix #scottsdalefitness
  • What’s fairly simple, pretty darn cool, and 9 times out of 10 beats a verbal or a visual cue?? A SENSORY CUE, or a feedforward or feedback system. Reactive Neuromuscular Training, or RNT, is a fancy term for conditioning our body to learn/retain information about our environment at a faster rate than our minds. It corrects improper movement patterns on a neurological level with the use of external force or stimulus. 🤓 •

    The first set up, I use quite a bit because I tend to roll to the outside of my foot during movements requiring me to stand. The band pulls me laterally, forcing me to create and maintain my arch. •

    The second set up is used to correct knee valgus, or medial caving of the knee. It can also be used to address pronation of the ankle, or collapsing of the arch. •

    Give these a try and see how your joint alignment, and overall stability, improves! •


    #reset #reload #repattern #movementpatterns #correctiveexercise #functionaltraining #functionalftiness #functionalmovement #RNT #stability #justmove #itsmyadvantage #scottsdale #phoenix #scottsdalefitness
  • 37 5 19 February, 2019
  • The latest on fascia and aging in summation from Tom Myers mouth to my ears (and 100+ other movement professionals this past weekend) 👉“ you’re as old as you move.” *👈
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Move your body. Move it differently than you already do (or don’t) currently move it. Open and move the “chordy , sticky” bits. *
*

Thanks @brittanydeeyogi for the pic :)
#tommyers #fascia #movementismedicine #youreasoldasyoumove #movementpatterns
  • The latest on fascia and aging in summation from Tom Myers mouth to my ears (and 100+ other movement professionals this past weekend) 👉“ you’re as old as you move.” *👈
    *
    Move your body. Move it differently than you already do (or don’t) currently move it. Open and move the “chordy , sticky” bits. *
    *

    Thanks @brittanydeeyogi for the pic :)
    #tommyers #fascia #movementismedicine #youreasoldasyoumove #movementpatterns
  • 236 19 19 February, 2019

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  • Exploring limitations with these irregular squats, inspired by @fightingmonkey_rootlessroot
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Something often spoken of in a gym environment is this idea of 'correct form'.
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'Form', as it's used in relation to how a movement or exercise is performed, needs to be looked at from a subjective standpoint.
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Not only is it specific to an individual's anatomy and biology, but also on the context of the situation:
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What is the INTENTION behind what you are doing?
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Are you moving in a way to be more "safe"? If so, what does that actually mean?
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Irregular patterns like these provide a platform to explore limitations on how the joints are working in unison and how the brain coordinates movement.
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They also encourage the body to move into the frontal and transverse plane; stressing tissue not often targeted in traditional gym exercise.
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Thank you @bjjams13 for the guidance.
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  • Exploring limitations with these irregular squats, inspired by @fightingmonkey_rootlessroot
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    Something often spoken of in a gym environment is this idea of 'correct form'.
    -
    'Form', as it's used in relation to how a movement or exercise is performed, needs to be looked at from a subjective standpoint.
    -
    Not only is it specific to an individual's anatomy and biology, but also on the context of the situation:
    -
    What is the INTENTION behind what you are doing?
    -
    Are you moving in a way to be more "safe"? If so, what does that actually mean?
    -
    Irregular patterns like these provide a platform to explore limitations on how the joints are working in unison and how the brain coordinates movement.
    -
    They also encourage the body to move into the frontal and transverse plane; stressing tissue not often targeted in traditional gym exercise.
    -
    Thank you @bjjams13 for the guidance.
  • 83 13 19 February, 2019
  • Delighted with my clients progress. The first pic taken a month ago. Grateful for exercises like Face & Angled Pulls. Grappler Presses. The right kind of mobility and stability. Onwards and upwards. #movementismedicine #angledpulls #movementpatterns
  • Delighted with my clients progress. The first pic taken a month ago. Grateful for exercises like Face & Angled Pulls. Grappler Presses. The right kind of mobility and stability. Onwards and upwards. #movementismedicine #angledpulls #movementpatterns
  • 20 0 19 February, 2019
  • Regardless if you pull conventional or sumo understanding the importance of your leverages and how to access those leverages will allow for better performance in your deadlifts.
🔻🔻🔻🔻
There is this misconception that deadlifts are a back workout and that you must utilize your back to lift the bar off the ground, to an extent this correct but here is where the misconception lies. Our back should not be doing the effort to lift the weight off the ground, the effort comes from the legs driving force through the ground with the hips being the fulcrum of our movement pattern. The extension of our legs and hips drive the bar and back up, when the back is maintaining tension and handling the load. With all 3 systems (leg drive, hip drive, back tension) working in sync then your deadlifts will become an optimized movement pattern.
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I use these position pause deadlifts to get my posterior chain firing, but also to give my body some propioceptive feedback on how I want my positions to maintain themselves underload and what muscles I want firing when I reach these positions, so that way when it comes to high stress situations my body knows how to react without me thinking.
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A great feedback test for you to understand your leverages more and see if you are accessing them correctly, go and do some KB swings. If you don't feel your glutes and hamstrings working through this movement then this an opportunity for you to reassess your movement patterns for the deadlifts. If you do find your glutes and hamstrings working then add this to your workout because it will only strengthen your deadlifts more. If you want any feedback or a better understanding of your deadlifts reach out to us @theprojectstrength and we'll be able to help you with it.
🔺🔺🔺🔺
#theprojectstrength
 #movement #mobility
 #deadlifts #back #HipExtension
 #leverages #movementpatterns
 #houstonfitness #fitnesshouston
 #training #fitness #coaching  #consciouscoaching #strength  #strengthdevelopment #strengthtraining
 #strengthcoach #strengthathlete
 #knowledge #understanding
 #powerlifting #squat  #weightlifting #olylifting  #iwillbecome
  • Regardless if you pull conventional or sumo understanding the importance of your leverages and how to access those leverages will allow for better performance in your deadlifts.
    🔻🔻🔻🔻
    There is this misconception that deadlifts are a back workout and that you must utilize your back to lift the bar off the ground, to an extent this correct but here is where the misconception lies. Our back should not be doing the effort to lift the weight off the ground, the effort comes from the legs driving force through the ground with the hips being the fulcrum of our movement pattern. The extension of our legs and hips drive the bar and back up, when the back is maintaining tension and handling the load. With all 3 systems (leg drive, hip drive, back tension) working in sync then your deadlifts will become an optimized movement pattern.
    -
    I use these position pause deadlifts to get my posterior chain firing, but also to give my body some propioceptive feedback on how I want my positions to maintain themselves underload and what muscles I want firing when I reach these positions, so that way when it comes to high stress situations my body knows how to react without me thinking.
    -
    A great feedback test for you to understand your leverages more and see if you are accessing them correctly, go and do some KB swings. If you don't feel your glutes and hamstrings working through this movement then this an opportunity for you to reassess your movement patterns for the deadlifts. If you do find your glutes and hamstrings working then add this to your workout because it will only strengthen your deadlifts more. If you want any feedback or a better understanding of your deadlifts reach out to us @theprojectstrength and we'll be able to help you with it.
    🔺🔺🔺🔺
    #theprojectstrength
    #movement #mobility
    #deadlifts #back #HipExtension
    #leverages #movementpatterns
    #houstonfitness #fitnesshouston
    #training #fitness #coaching #consciouscoaching #strength #strengthdevelopment #strengthtraining
    #strengthcoach #strengthathlete
    #knowledge #understanding
    #powerlifting #squat #weightlifting #olylifting #iwillbecome
  • 76 6 19 February, 2019
  • Movement Screening

What is it? 💭

Movement Screening is watching how you move. 🏃🏾‍♂️ There are 4 parts to this assessment. With each part there are 2 to 3 moves used.

Why do it?🤔 So we can see why you maybe having trouble when standing on one leg 🦵🏾, reaching over head 🏋🏾‍♂️ or feeling stiff when twisting and turning 🏌️. Part 1 G.A.I.T

I'll be looking at your Ankle & Foot Complex, Knees and hips. To see what can be done to improve how you walk, run and play sports.

Reverse Lunge

Above is Peter and he is doing the Reverse Lunge. Comment below 👇🏾 on what his ankle, knees and hips are doing.

Send me a DM to arrange a free Postural Analysis / Movement Screening so we can help get you back on your feet. 👣
  • Movement Screening

    What is it? 💭

    Movement Screening is watching how you move. 🏃🏾‍♂️ There are 4 parts to this assessment. With each part there are 2 to 3 moves used.

    Why do it?🤔 So we can see why you maybe having trouble when standing on one leg 🦵🏾, reaching over head 🏋🏾‍♂️ or feeling stiff when twisting and turning 🏌️. Part 1 G.A.I.T

    I'll be looking at your Ankle & Foot Complex, Knees and hips. To see what can be done to improve how you walk, run and play sports.

    Reverse Lunge

    Above is Peter and he is doing the Reverse Lunge. Comment below 👇🏾 on what his ankle, knees and hips are doing.

    Send me a DM to arrange a free Postural Analysis / Movement Screening so we can help get you back on your feet. 👣
  • 41 1 18 February, 2019

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  • Workout partner in crime 💛🐶
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I do a lot of home workouts on the days I’m not training clients at the gym. Ideally, being in a training facility with a trainer who understands your body & movement patterns is the best case scenario ... but if that’s not available to you, home workouts can be just as beneficial. Get creative and move your body. There’s no excuse! 💪 .
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But, if training at a facility is an option for you and you want a coach to teach you proper movement patterns & to hold you accountable then please msg me!! 😊
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#noexcuses #getitdone #happymonday
  • Workout partner in crime 💛🐶
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    I do a lot of home workouts on the days I’m not training clients at the gym. Ideally, being in a training facility with a trainer who understands your body & movement patterns is the best case scenario ... but if that’s not available to you, home workouts can be just as beneficial. Get creative and move your body. There’s no excuse! 💪 .
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    But, if training at a facility is an option for you and you want a coach to teach you proper movement patterns & to hold you accountable then please msg me!! 😊
    .
    .
    #noexcuses #getitdone #happymonday
  • 47 3 18 February, 2019
  • 💥CHATURANGA: The Power Pose💥
. is THIS FRIDAY 💥
from 6:30-8:30pm at 
@threequeensyoga! .
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🤓 Explore the functional movement patterns and biomechanics of chaturanga dandasana a.k.a. 4-limbed staff pose or as some of us love it... low plank. .
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💪🏼Chaturanga is the pose of strength💪🏼! And it requires lots of it - in your wrists, arms, shoulders, chest, core... even in your inner thighs - and we will learn to engage them. .
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Discover how to safely + effectively move through the sequence of breath-linked  commonly called ⚡️“The Vinyasa”⚡️: High Plank ➡️ Low Plank ➡️ Up Dog ➡️ Down Dog. .
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💥Experience the vinyasa sequence with ease and fluidity in an alignment based practice to deepen and challenge your practice.
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. 🤯Debunk myths + come with  all of your questions. All levels are welcome to join us! .
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💪🏼💥Become a powerhouse in Chaturanga with alignment and ease as we breakdown this power pose⚡️✨.
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#yogainspired #yogaflexibility #yogastrength #yogastrong #yogaig #yogaforhealth #loveyoga #yogaalignment #alignmentbasedyoga
  • 💥CHATURANGA: The Power Pose💥
    . is THIS FRIDAY 💥
    from 6:30-8:30pm at
    @threequeensyoga! .
    .
    🤓 Explore the functional movement patterns and biomechanics of chaturanga dandasana a.k.a. 4-limbed staff pose or as some of us love it... low plank. .
    .
    💪🏼Chaturanga is the pose of strength💪🏼! And it requires lots of it - in your wrists, arms, shoulders, chest, core... even in your inner thighs - and we will learn to engage them. .
    .

    Discover how to safely + effectively move through the sequence of breath-linked commonly called ⚡️“The Vinyasa”⚡️: High Plank ➡️ Low Plank ➡️ Up Dog ➡️ Down Dog. .
    .
    💥Experience the vinyasa sequence with ease and fluidity in an alignment based practice to deepen and challenge your practice.
    .
    . 🤯Debunk myths + come with  all of your questions. All levels are welcome to join us! .
    .
    💪🏼💥Become a powerhouse in Chaturanga with alignment and ease as we breakdown this power pose⚡️✨.
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    .
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    #yogainspired #yogaflexibility #yogastrength #yogastrong #yogaig #yogaforhealth #loveyoga #yogaalignment #alignmentbasedyoga
  • 76 11 18 February, 2019
  • I have extended the earlybird price for my special Inner Nature course another week, both because it really feels like spring these days and because this is something I really want more people to experience in their own bodies.

So what’s in it for me, you ask?

You wont get fitter (we all know a crossfit class is way better for that)

You wont get better at your handstand (but that handstand is of very little use when you’re doing a big presentation at work, or shopping for groceries, anyway)

You probably cant build a new cool identity around being an Inner Nature buff (maybe you can’t even explain what this new thing you’re doing is)

But you may find the time and space to let your whole system settle and silence.

You may find yourself softer, lighter and more present

You may experience that once the body feels safe and held, it can release old energetic habits

You may find that not-doing and not-getting, is a revolutionary endeavour that paradoxically takes you further than any productive to-do-list ever could.

Also, Im pretty sure it will make you smile, at least once.

Get your spot before your neighbour 😉 Link in bio ❤️ Sara
  • I have extended the earlybird price for my special Inner Nature course another week, both because it really feels like spring these days and because this is something I really want more people to experience in their own bodies.

    So what’s in it for me, you ask?

    You wont get fitter (we all know a crossfit class is way better for that)

    You wont get better at your handstand (but that handstand is of very little use when you’re doing a big presentation at work, or shopping for groceries, anyway)

    You probably cant build a new cool identity around being an Inner Nature buff (maybe you can’t even explain what this new thing you’re doing is)

    But you may find the time and space to let your whole system settle and silence.

    You may find yourself softer, lighter and more present

    You may experience that once the body feels safe and held, it can release old energetic habits

    You may find that not-doing and not-getting, is a revolutionary endeavour that paradoxically takes you further than any productive to-do-list ever could.

    Also, Im pretty sure it will make you smile, at least once.

    Get your spot before your neighbour 😉 Link in bio ❤️ Sara
  • 51 1 18 February, 2019