Gary's Blog Post
When a person is not engaged in any particular activity, something happens in the brain. The mind begins to wander. We start to mull over past conversations or future events. This is type of brain activity can be seen using fMRI scans. Just like a computer that defaults to a screensaver mode when no tasks are being performed, the mind-wandering activity that switches on is called the Default Mode Network (DMN).… Read more
Conquering fear is the first hurdle we face in our handstand practice. In can be a lonely, frustrating and unfulfilling road. But fear not! In this fun and creative workshop, we’ll work together to build your confidence and give you the tools to safely get upside down.
We’ll delve into anatomy, specific strength movements, handstand variations, various entry and exit transitions and partner work.
This workshop is suitable for all levels, including complete beginners.… Read more
This Foundation course will be a split experience, a moving aspect of our training, expressed through vinyasa flow, while we will further enhance your experience of a stable, unmoving approach through restorative and nidra yoga.
This 12-month yoga alliance UK accredited course is open to all yoga students who have been practicing yoga for 2 or more years. Our experienced instructors Sophia Pallaro, Susie Murray, Yaeli Margalit & Orla Fitzpatrick will bring you through a truly integrated yoga training, enabling you to teach and practice internationally.… Read more
Working through pregnancy structural and pelvic floor issues with Orla Cross
Join Orla for a comprehensive study of the structural issues that plague your pregnancy clients and supporting pregnancy structural disorders. Learn to:
- Understand the anatomical structure of complex complaints such as sciatica, Symphysis Pubis Disorder (SPD), Tilted Pelvis, Scoliosis, Acute Lordosis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Understand their implications for pregnancy and birth
- Support the recovery process by avoiding movement that may exacerbate the disorder
- Support recovery by adding exercises into your class
- Pelvic floor and abdominal health – uncover the function of the pelvic floor.
Welcome to the wonderful world of Fascia. The new yet age-old concept that movement is not just vectors and levers, but an amazing, sensory trip through body-wide lines of tensegrity. Join us for a first peek into a 3D movement that is fluid and extra strong at the same time.
We will delve into the connection from the arms to the torso and explore the reality of core strength from a fascial perspective.… Read more