Posts Tagged "yoga therapy"

Stabilize your Sacrum with Yoga: Part 2

Posted by on Jun 12, 2017 in Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Stabilize your Sacrum with Yoga: Part 2

Downward Facing Dog Helps Stabilize Welcome to Part 2 of Stabilizing your Sacrum with Yoga. A well done Adho Mukha Svanasana, or Downward Facing Dog Pose, will help you stabilize your sacroiliac joints and align your knees. Often in yoga classes students are asked to lift their hips high and bring their heels and chest down toward the floor. Aggressive action in this way without aligning the bones leaves the ankles, knees, and hips sloppy and disconnected so structural support is lost. By following the ques in this video with the aid of the wall and a block, you will be able to create...

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Yoga at the Vineyard

Posted by on Apr 23, 2017 in Yoga Events | 0 comments

Yoga at the Vineyard

Saturday May 13th • 2:00 pm Join Lillah and the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy for a peaceful yoga session at Addison Farms Vineyard, surrounded by scenic views protected by SAHC. We’ll walk around the Vineyard before an all-level yoga class, absorbing the aroma of blossoming grapevines. Learn breathing techniques to bring your body, heart and mind into coherence with the earth in this session, led by Lillah Schwartz of One Center Yoga. Lillah has been a trailblazer since opening Asheville’s first yoga studio in 1981. After 35 years of teaching and service, she is the first of...

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The Body Speaks Its Mind

Posted by on Jan 20, 2017 in Articles, Back Pain Relief | 4 comments

The Body Speaks Its Mind

When Thought Manifests I love my students. They’re sincere hearts, their intelligence and education, their willingness to be present for continued healing and transformation. During the election season we all faced a challenge to our emotions and sense of safety. Many of us put in the extra effort to help get other citizens out to vote. All that was interesting enough, however the Monday yoga class following the election was most interesting to me. As a Back Care Specialist I am aware of how emotions play a role in back pain. It seems to make common sense, at least in the yoga world,...

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Learn to Be a Bat in Yoga

Posted by on Dec 7, 2016 in Teaching Tips, Yoga Practice Tips | 0 comments

Learn to Be a Bat in Yoga

Supported Shoulder Stand- Sarvangasana is a Longevity Key During the changing seasons, there is one yoga pose that purifies the mind/body and supports a change in perspective—Sarvangasana, shoulder stand. For those students who have mastered some version of shoulder stand and or headstand as a part of their home practice, this statement makes perfect sense. If you are a student who is still hoping to make friends with shoulder stand, the approach I offer here may help. Throughout my years of teaching I have successfully introduced students with a wide variety of physical conditions to the...

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Transformation Yoga Retreat Aug. 4-7, 2016

Posted by on Jul 1, 2016 in Yoga Products | 0 comments

Transformation Yoga Retreat Aug. 4-7, 2016

Dear yoga teachers and graduates of my Transformation Yoga Training Program, I am pleased to once again collaborate with several outstanding guest teachers for this year’s three day retreat, August 4-7, 2016. You’re invited to join us to renew, expand, and refresh your personal and teaching practices. New! Date Change – August 4-7, Three great days of Yoga Plan on attending half of the week starting Thursday with class at 2:30 PM and ending on Sunday at 12:30 PM. See below for more information. Topics for this year’s retreat include; Study of the koshas and five...

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