Stability

Joint Stability Workshop

Joint Stability Workshop

In this workshop, Yoga Teacher and anatomy expert Adarsh Williams explains and demonstrates some useful ques for maintaining good stability in the spine, hips and shoulders when performing yoga postures.

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Strength & Stability for Yoga Practitioners (Episode 1)

Episode 1 Tracey Mansell

It very important for yoga practitioners to work on stabilization and strength to compliment the work of flexibility. Being able to control your body through the full range of motion at different joints helps prevent injury and creates a greater sense of integrity within the body in general and with specific movements.

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Preventing Yoga Injuries (III)

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A central concept in all healing arts is that of correcting imbalances within the body. The principle of re-establishing balance can be found across all cultures from Navajo sand paintings, Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine to modern allopathy. And anything with true healing power also has the capacity to cause injury when practiced without balance. For example, joint mobility is beneficial for a number of reasons–provided it is balanced with joint stability. In this blog post I discuss the concept of joint proprioception and its relationship to joint stability and yoga, concluding with a tip for “re-setting” muscular proprioception following hip openers.

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