Monthly Archives: November 2015

Often where the pain is expressed is not …

Did You Know?
Often where the pain is expressed is not where the issue is, and the more simple the practice, the greater the results.

I have been able to have one therapeutic session so far with a regular yoga client…. we went through shoulder things at her request and ended up down at the pelvis. (So cool). Next time we are planning to work with the tennis ball and quiet down some of the wobbliness in her pelvis/hip area and see where that takes us. I am finding this stuff – your teaching and methods – so exciting. It is so incredibly simple when you take all the “stuff” and “junk” away and just work with movement in range. So perfect!

– Heather

Anatomy can sometimes feel like a big ocean…

Did You Know?
Anatomy can sometimes feel like a big ocean of confusion. By framing anatomy specific to yoga and movement, you can experience greater clarity.

“I love the clarity and insight of Susi’s applied anatomy. She goes right to the key areas of relevance for yoga practitioners and offers her years of skilled knowledge in potent synthesized & visual material that will benefit students and teachers from all backgrounds. Highly recommended!”
– Shiva Rea, Yoga teacher

Heather on Therapeutic Yoga Intensive training

Did You Know?

Often where the pain is expressed is not where the issue is, and the more simple the practice, the greater the results.

I have been able to have one therapeutic session so far with a regular yoga client…. we went through shoulder things at her request and ended up down at the pelvis. (So cool). Next time we are planning to work with the tennis ball and quiet down some of the wobbliness in her pelvis/hip area and see where that takes us. I am finding this stuff – your teaching and methods – so exciting. It is so incredibly simple when you take all the “stuff” and “junk” away and just work with movement in range. So perfect!
– Heather Thomas

Shiva Rea on I Love Anatomy

Flow Fact: Anatomy can sometimes feel like a big ocean of confusion. By framing anatomy specific to yoga and movement, you can experience greater clarity.

I love the clarity and insight of Susi’s applied anatomy. She goes right to the key areas of relevance for yoga practitioners and offers her years of skilled knowledge in potent synthesized & visual material that will benefit students and teachers from all backgrounds. Highly recommended!
– Shiva Rea, Yoga teacher