Pregnancy is a time of rapid growth and expansion within women’s bodies and their babes. Currently (although not for much longer) 2/3 of us directors are expecting. For @dianazotos , it’s her third and her body needs loading and strength to support the already lax systems in her deep core and hips. For @helen.o.n it’s her first, and her body needs fluidity, grace and centering. Pregnancy is a teacher for us, a wonderful way to explore the body and mind, and we embrace it. 🤰💛🤰🏻
Yesterday we wrapped up 9 days, 80+ hours of the Threes Physiyoga Method advanced teacher training.
My cup is full of gratitude for the enthusiastic, devoted students and all our inspiring and intelligent guest teachers. This training was a huge success. ✨During our last hour together, we reflected on the personal take-aways from the training, and I'd like to share a few:
• This experience has taught me to slow down, and really look at movement and where it comes from
• I'll be using the concept of neurotags in my working with those with chronic pain
• I have better insight into why I'm cueing what I'm cueing
• Inspired to do less, simplify, and strive for depth rather than breadth
• And finally, I feel like I have differentiated myself in the yoga teacher world in a smart way. 🌟💜🌟
HUGE 2nd Weekend of yoga teacher training done.
We started off restoring the pelvic girdle, connecting the mind to the neutral pelvis balanced 360 degrees and the approximated femoral head. Moving that through asana.
Then we applied similar themes to the shoulder girdle, played with ways to move with eggs in the armpits, c shaped stabilizers of the scapula active and smiling clavicles.
Finally the spine: cervical and thoracic, lordosis and kyphosis, does it exist? Why? Why is it so important? —�—�—�—�—�—�—�—�—�—�—�—�—
We believe in teaching science of movement within asana, exploring our anatomy with an open lens. And having a lot of fun doing that. ❤️🤓🥚🤸♂️