Yoga

SPINAL ROLLING, STRETCHES, MANIPULATION

Have you ever watched a cat or a dog find itself a sun-warmed piece of ground or pavement and proceed to roll around on its back? Animals roll their backs as naturally as they stretch and relax. Grounded in their deep body sense (the kinesthetic sense) animals move and respond to internal cues. Their ease […]

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CRANIAL ADJUSTOR AND CERVICAL WEDGE

The Cranial Adjustor and Cervical Wedge is a wooden device designed for the manipulation and adjustment of the bones of the cranium, face and cervical spine and for pressure treatment of the muscles overlying these areas. The Cranial Adjustor and Cervical Wedge is small enough and light weight enough for easy storage and for carrying […]

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ZUBO & THE NECK FLEXORS

Two groups of powerful muscles in the neck are frequently the source of many of our physical troubles. These are the neck flexors, muscles that bend our neck forward. The neck flexors, when they become tight and short, refer pain and disturbing symptoms into the chest, back, arms, face and head. These are the sternocleidomastoid […]

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SPINAL HYGIENE

“Hygiene 1: A science concerned with establishing and maintaining good health. 2: Conditions or practices conducive to good health.” From The Merriam Webster Dictionary. Most of us associate the word hygiene with cleanliness but the dictionary defines it more generally as those “conditions or practices conducive to good health”. Civilized people usually brush their teeth […]

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THE KINESTHETIC SENSE

THE KINESTHETIC SENSE Besides walking, stretching may be the easiest and most natural form of exercise. Exercise may not even be the best term for describing the stretching process. Most animals stretch and relax naturally in the course of their daily activities. An animal does not think in terms of this or that exercise is […]

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