Both yoga and Rolfing emphasize structural alignment and whole-body integration. In yoga, you move through precise postures with full consciousness and Intent. In Rolfing, too practitioner’s hands directly release restrictions and unbind myofascial tissues in your body.
Ho’oponopono means ‘to make right what’s right’ This is an ancient Hawaiian ritual of forgiveness which is based on the understanding that the problems in our lives are the results of errors based on past memories.
Brooke Thomas Contributor – Yoga, Mobility, and Corrective Exercise http://breakingmuscle.com/mobility-recovery/the-top-5-ways-fascia-matters-to-athletes You may be noticing the word “fascia” (aka connective tissue) is a hot topic right now in all body related fields. But before we get to why fascia matters to athletes, here is a brief primer about why it’s getting so much attention these […]
Swans are revered in Hinduism and are compared to saintly persons whose chief characteristic is to be in the world without getting attached to it, just as a swan’s feather does not get wet although it is in water. The Sanskrit word for swan is hamsa or hansa, and it is the vehicle of many […]