ATELIER YOGA: « inversions et postures sur les mains »
Dimanche 28 avril 2019, de 10h à 13h.
Le printemps nous apporte un regain d’énergie, une envie de se dépasser, d’essayer de nouvelles choses, de s’amuser et de se challenger!
Alors, profitons-en pour aborder ensemble, pas-à-pas, les postures inversées et postures d’équilibre sur les mains en toute sécurité et dans un environnement convivial.
C’est un atelier dynamique et amusant pour renforcer confiance, assurance et enthousiasme.
De plus, les postures inversées sont accessibles à tous et vous prendrez plaisir à découvrir de nouvelles sensations!
Le seul pré-requis est de pouvoir tenir la posture du chien tête en bas pendant 1 à 2 minutes 😊
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1 402 hours ago
IT ALWAYS SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE UNTIL IT IS DONE
A year ago i never thought being in the state in which i am today would be possible... i had been working a desk job for 6 months (as a phd candidate) and this sudden change of lifestyle was very tough on my back and my scoliosis. At that point i was in so much pain i could barely work and even if i limitted the sitting to 2 hours a day the pain was constant. No amount of stretching, yoga, massage or trapeze yoga was really helping me with the pain. It started affect my spirit and i lost faith that i would be able to get out of this situation. I needed help! So i signed in for a schroth specialized clinic in London. It got me into debt but it was quite efficient as a quick start to losen the tension i had accumulated, and i learnt a lot for sure. Read more about that stay on my blog (link in bio). But i had to continue the exercises everyday and i struggled with it on the long term. They were complex, uncomfortable and required a lot of props. And then i found out about @painacademy. I stopped the schroth method to give a shot at their method. And gosh how i don't regret it. After 2 weeks my si joint pain was gone, and after 3 weeks my overall back pain was virtually gone and i could sit and work for hours without stiffening up. Today, 4 months in, i see changes in the way my body moves daily, at most i can feel a bit uncomfortable if i travel for long hours, but the paralyzing pain is completely gone, the muscles of my back are so much softer, and i hear my posture has improved, that i look more relaxed, and i can feel it too. No before/after picture yet, but it's coming! The best part is that the exercises are super simple, require very few props, and are pleasant to do, so it is easy to do them everyday, i even crave them now! I always had issues with self discipline and doing exercices by myself every day but not with this program. If you are experiencing chronic pain, scoliosis or not, i highly recommend you go visit @painacademy and read about their philosophy and their method. And if you think it is impossible, don't be too quick in judging, give yourself a chance! IT ALWAYS SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE UNTIL IT IS DONE!
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7 3712 hours ago
BARRE BUNNIES :: Happy Easter from our entire Nook Team 💚 We truly wish you a hoppy and fun filled day! 😘
If you are feeling like a break from your long weekend festivities, we are open for some movement therapy this afternoon at 4pm for Yin Yoga, then tomorrow for 6am, 7am and 8am Reformer Pilates, 9.30am Powerhouse Barre and 11am Warm Yoga Flow ✌
We look forward to seeing everyone at The Nook soon, whether it is over the long weekend or when you are back on deck with your routine after your break. Book via @the_nourish_nook app or website www.thenourishnook.com.au ✌
Yoga tip of the day: when you find yourself in a pose you can’t quite master (see me in toe stand 👆🏼!) simply stick out your tongue as far as you can & it’ll help you balance!! 😆
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Saturday morning movement challenge. Playing with patterns of ipsilateral and contralateral movement patterns. Ipsilateral being the same side hand and foot moving together and contralateral being opposite side hand and foot. It’s been fascinating getting more in-depth into Moshe Feldenkrais’s work. If you’re up for a challenge see if you can pull this off. Standing bend down and place your hands on the ground comfortably. Next, begin to lift the right hand and foot together, place them back down and then pick up the left hand and foot. Keep going several times back and forth and see if you can then switch the pattern to lift the opposing hand and leg. Then switch back to the same side. Can you do this without hesitation? Without holding your breath? It’s not so easy when you first try to do a movement that is outside your habitual patterns and yet when you intentionally slow the stimulus, be curious, and play with the movement it suddenly begins to emerge from within you. So much to continue to learn... feeling stoked! Keep playing!
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8 3219 hours ago
NEXT LEVEL ANKLE MOBILITY DRILL!
☝️Do you have tight Ankles?
We all know the importance of the ankles (hopefully😬) and how it affects many different movements! If you've tried some of my other ankle mobility drills here's another to improve it even more!
Here's how to perform this ankle mobility drill!
1️⃣Place a dumbbell on your thighs.
2️⃣In a half-kneeling position
👉I like to use a medium weight. I'm using 15 lbs here.
👉Concentrate on not letting the knees cave in and collapsing the arch of the foot.
3️⃣Use the weight of the dumbbell to create overpressure in the ankle.
🏋️♀️Tag a friend who struggles with their Ankles and follow @flexible.bear !
Via @joetherapy 😁
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One reason I love teaching Barre Fitness is because it’s a lot like performing. Instructors are in charge of the energy in the room! How is your favorite way to bring energy to class?! (Passion & preworkout are my secret weapons). 🥳🎉
Shirt: @simplyworkout ❤️Thank you!
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In a world dominated by likes and followers, real friendship is such a gift. Girlfriends we can do life with, who get us and see parts of our heart and soul no one else does, make life sweet.
👉 In my previous post, I went into detail about sciatica, why you may be experiencing it and what you need to do to fix it. Today I am going to be talking about the exercises that you would need to do so you can see a change.
The stretches are designed to help stretch the piriformis, create balance in the pelvis, and help to take pressure off of the disc in the spine.
As you can see there is one strength exercise but it is very important, it is designed to help strengthen the lower abdominals so it can help to flex the hips but also to create balance in the anterior portion of the pelvis so you won't have these types of issues again.
You could also do glute exercises like the glute bridge to help balance the posterior portion of the pelvis as well.
All of these exercises are very effective in helping sciatica but some may be more effective than others for the type of sciatica you are experiencing. So try them out and see which ones work.
Via @powerthroughmotion #myofascialrelease#sciatica
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This senior is an absolute star!!! What a fantastic job she did during #MovNat Elements 😊🤗 The age span of our MovNat clients range from single digits to almost 100 years old! There is something for everyone. You can ALWAYS learn more and ALWAYS improve. 🍃
Topographic anatomy vs. reality.
♦️It is common to go into the body with the mindset of knowing the structure based on studying the textbooks. This often leads to a “name it, blame it” mindset. 📚Interestingly, the research states the same problem “healthcare professionals should be cautious when identifying causative levels because they frequently may NOT adhere to textbook descriptions in actual clinical practice” (McAnay, S.J 2017, Observed patterns of Cervical Radiculopathy: How Often Do They Differ from a Standard, “Netter Diagram” Distribution? The Spine Journal). 🤓Take-home look at the picture, observe how the soft matter is really a continuum, NOT a collection of separate parts! Yes, we label to communicate, and yes if you’re a surgeon the labeling is really important BUT if your a movement practitioner the labels will not or should not guide your exercises, movement should! ‼️Test, treat, train movements not labels! #softtissuetherapy#manualtherapy#movementtherapy#chiropractic#physicaltherapy#massagetherapy#stretching#fascia#physicaleducation#athletictraining#personaltraining#lowbackpain#chronicpain#myofascialrelease
Centered. Grounded. Happy. This is how I feel right now driving to Portland, OR for a Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher training with @streetyoga 😍😍 thank you @hotfeetfitness for the opportunity to grow as a yoga teacher and person. Stay tuned for more updates! ❤️
✅ SQUAT: KNEE POSITION!
What’s up, Achievers?! @jasonlpak here with a quick tip on knee position during your squats! The main thing that we don’t want to see is your knee caving in inside the line of your big toe. We like knee position to be in-line with somewhere around the 3rd-5th (pinky) toes. This helps to maintain a solid arch position in your foot, which can help to transfer stability to the knee.
If you’re having difficulty pushing your knees out in the bottom of the squat, try to flare your feet out slightly more. This can help to reduce ankle mobility requirements and allow you to squat down in a more comfortable manner.
Lastly, this is advice for the 90% of you. There are some higher level Olympic lifters that actually purposely allow their knees to come inwards at the bottom of their squat, and seem to gain more power out of the hole because of it - perhaps by utilizing their adductors more. However, they’ve most likely have been using this technique for many years and have developed the structural integrity throughout their joints to do so. They’re also in the performance realm; not the health and fitness realm so they’re going to adopt certain techniques to lift more weight.
Also, some of you might have actual structural limitations in your hips or ankles that make this position impossible for you and that’s totally fine as well - do the best you can and work with what you’ve got. If you’re built this way, then having your knees be slightly in might actually be a stronger position for you and is perfectly safe. Always choose what works for you!
For the rest of us, keeping our knees in line with the 3rd-5th toes keeps our knees, feet, and ankles in a stable position and we can develop plenty of strength doing so.
We hope this post helps you out! Until next time, Peace, Love, and Muscles! ✌️💙💪
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