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Your body, your yoga

Author: Bernie Clark
Publisher: Vancouver, B.C. : Wild Strawberry Productions, 2016.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Learn alignment cues that are skillful, safe, and best suited to you.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bernie Clark
ISBN: 0968766536 9780968766538
OCLC Number: 933713909
Notes: "Learn alignment cues that are skillful, safe, and best suited to you"--Cover.
Description: xviii, 301 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Acknowledgements How to Read this Book Foreword: The History of Teaching Alignment in America Table of Contents for Volume 1: What Stops Me? Sources of Tension and Compression Intentions Chapter 1: You Are Unique--So Is Your Yoga Range of Human Variations Examples of Human Variations Chapter 2: What Stops Me? Tension Compression Sensing Tension and Compression Functional Yoga versus Aesthetic Yoga Chapter 3: The Value of Stress Chapter 4: The Physiology of Our Tissues Sources of Tension Muscles Myofascia Tendons Fascia Ligaments The Nervous System The Immune System The Wonder of Water Sources of Compression Bones Joints and Cartilage Volume 1 Summary Appendix A: The Forms of Stress Appendix B: Muscle Shapes and Functions Appendix C: The Myofascial Meridians Appendix D: Facts About Osteoporosis Appendix E: The Types of Joints Appendix F: The Biomechanics of Joint Motion Volume 1 Endnotes Table of Contents for Volume 2: The Lower Body Intentions 1. The Bare Bones of Yoga The Planes of the Body 2. The Joint Segments of the Lower Body The Hip Joint Form The Architecture of the Hip Joint The Bones of the Hip Joint The Joint Capsule and Ligaments Muscles of the Hip The Types and Ranges of Variations Function-Application in Yoga Postures Normal Ranges of Motion Sources of Tension Sources of Compression Variation in Ranges of Motion Hip Joint Summary 3. The Knee Joint Form The Architecture of the Knee The Bones of the Knee The Knee-Joint Capsule and Ligaments Muscles of the Knee The Types and Ranges of Variations Function-Application in Yoga Postures Normal Ranges of Motion Sources of Tension Sources of Compression Variation in Ranges of Motion Knee Joint Summary 4. The Ankle-Foot Segment Form The Architecture of the Ankle-Foot Segment The Bones of the Ankle and Foot The Ligaments The Muscles and Tendons The Types and Ranges of Variations Function-Application in Yoga Postures Normal Ranges of Motion Sources of Tension Sources of Compression Variation in Ranges of Motion Ankle-Foot Segment Summary 5 Volume 2 Summary Appendices A. List of Anatomical Directions B. Variations in the Female Pelvis C. Mechanical Advantage-Pulleys and Levers D. Flexion-Caused Impingement at the Hip Joint E. The Dangers and Benefits of Valgum or Varum Knee Orientation F. The Movements of the Foot and Ankle Sidebars It's Important: Beware of studies It's Important: Who is flying the airplane It's Important: Playing your edge It's Important: Injuries caused by yoga It's Important: Antifragility (or no strain--no gain!) It's Important: The value of compression It's Important: Millimeters versus inches It's Important: Safely stressing joints It's Important: The value of alignment It's Important: Remember, compression can be good! It's Important: Co-contraction It's Important: Are you valgus or varus? It's Important: Don't assume it's your ankles! It's Complicated: Averages and norms It's Complicated: Femoral neck-shaft-angle variations It's Complicated: Stress at the cellular level It's Complicated: Sarcomere contraction It's Complicated: Adding sarcomeres Its Complicated: Our ground substance It's Complicated: Other parts of our joints It's Complicated: Which muscles cause which movement can vary It's Complicated: Estimating available ranges of motion It's Complicated: Femoral acetabular impingement syndrome It's Complicated: What is a newton? It's Complicated: Hyperextension of the knee It's Complicated: The trochlea of the talus It's Complicated: What causes plantar fasciitis? It's Complicated: Arch support It's Complicated: Where should the dorsiflexed foot point? Note to Teachers: When students can't go further Note to Teachers: Stress when injured Note to Teachers: Should we try to stress tendons? Note to Teachers: Sources of compression Note to Teachers: Be cautious of creating alignment cues based only on your own experience Note to Teachers: Yoga is a self-selecting practice Note to Teachers: Explore from the core outwards Note to Teachers: Customizing Classes Note to Teachers: Do not offer a correction without knowing the cause! Note to Teachers: Don't be afraid of locking the knees Note to Teachers: Getting grounded Note to Teachers: Sickling--plantarflexion with supination Note to Teachers: Aligning the feet in Down Dog
Responsibility: Bernie Clark ; foreword by Paul Grilley.

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Your Body, Your Yoga goes beyond any prior yoga anatomy book available. It looks not only at the body's unique anatomical structures and what this means to everyone's individual range of motion, but  Read more...

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