Fascia

Dylan Werner Interview

dylan werner interview

This interview with Yoga Teacher Dylan Werner is packed with interesting topics. We discuss awareness, attention, intention, being present, working the edge, Dylan’s own practice and conditioning, alignment, strength and fascia.

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Fascia, Biotensegrity and Yoga with Karen Kirkness

Karen Kirkness Interview

This is definitely one of the most fun and different interviews I have done so far. Karen . I had the easy job laying around being tickled by a brush, Karen on the other hand had to concentrate on answering the questions and not messing up the anatomy body painting at the same time.

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Interview with Doug Keller on Yoga Anatomy

Doug Keller Interview

Doug Keller is one of the worlds foremost authorities on anatomy as it relates to yoga. In this interview we talk about, yoga therapy, fascia, alignment, personal inquiry, working with issues, prana, advanced postures, the importance of variety, and a bit more on top. In fact as much as I could fit within an hour.

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Anatomy Body Painting

Anatomy Body Painting

As most of us working in the field of yoga anatomy are aware, memorising muscle attachments is not a particularly useful exercise in and of itself. For one thing, muscles as single entities kind of don’t exist anymore. Owing enormous thanks to the ground-breaking work of manual therapists in the last few decades, we are now starting to fully embrace the holistic model of fascial continuities as the great attenuators of force in the body and to feel the impact…

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David Keil Interview on fascia, injuries and ashtanga yoga

david keil interview 2016

Its that time of year again when David Keil visits Purple Valley in Goa and I get to babble anatomy with someone who really knows his stuff. David is author of the brilliant book Functional Anatomy of Yoga and teaches around the world. In this interview we talk about the emerging interest in fascia, injuries, Ashtanga Yoga and of course a lot more.

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The Wonderful World of Fascia

Fascia Yoga anatomy book

This was so much fun to do and of course very topical at the moment coming shortly after the Fascial Research Congress. Joanne Avison is a yoga teacher and author of the book entitled Yoga Fascia Anatomy and Movement and I was lucky enough to be able to interview her when I was back in the UK. The interview runs at two and a half hours and we only realized it was time to stop because it was getting dark.

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Being Flexible about Flexibility

Zolder Yin Yoga Flexibility

These are my modest and provisional notes on the subject of hypermobility, the issues of flexibility in yoga, being able to sustain a yoga practice and specifically practicing Yin yoga.
When I first taught yoga in 2001, I did not know what hypermobility or being too flexible meant. I remember Richard Freeman saying in June 2005, “the curse of flexibility and the blessing of stiffness”. I didn’t get it at the time.

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