Anatomy for Yogis

Anatomy for Yogis

A 2-day course for yoga teachers and experienced yogis who want to understand the human anatomy on a deeper level. Dates: Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th of November,  9am – 5pm – @ Living Peace Yoga, Toronto. Tuesday 20th of November, 6-8pm – visit of the Anatomy Wet Lab @ Newcastle University. Prices: Early Bird […]

Stretch vs Release

Stretch vs Release

Many people attend yoga because they want “a good stretch”. But what does “stretch” actually mean and is it always necessary and good for us? What is the difference between stretching a muscle versus releasing it? Is one better than an other or are they just different ways to care for the body? How can […]

What is Ortho-Bionomy for me?

What is Ortho-Bionomy for me?

What is Ortho-Bionomy for me? I came across Ortho-Bionomy in 2006 when I was suffering neck pain. After receiving a few sessions, I was amazed with the results it had on my body physically as well as emotionally. Receiving Ortho-Bionomy helped me realised who I was and who I wasn’t, it changed my posture and […]

The Pelvic Floor workshop

The Pelvic Floor workshop

Always wanted to know what’s happening ‘down there’ but never dared to ask? Join anatomy and yoga teacher Marie in this yoga practice dedicated on your pelvic floor, hips and mula bhanda. Explore the movements, feel the stillness and discover how this amazing part of your body relates with the rest of your anatomy. This […]

Pelvic floor anatomy: the base of our being

Pelvic floor anatomy: the base of our being

Feel your anatomy To understand where your pelvic floor muscles are located, sit and place your hands under your sit bones, then feel for your tailbone at the base of your spine and then the pubic bone at the front of your body. In between all of these bony landmarks lie your pelvic floor muscles. This […]