After spending 2 days learning how to apply DNS (Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilzation) to Yoga for safety and improved practice, I shot this quick video on the La Jolla coast in California talking about the importance and power of “opening up”.
I’ll be sharing more of the new insights soon on a free webinar (get on the list here to be notified), and I’ll be creating more detailed Yoga safety videos for Core Wellness Institute students.
I wish we had someone like you in the uk.I think you are so informative. I have arthritis in right hip and the cartilage is almost gone.I cannot face surgery and I feel so hopeless and depressed.Is there any chance of cartilage recovery as the pain is wearing me down.
Improving the muscle balance around the hip and keeping optimal alignment of the hip socked during activities of daily living can improve function and decrease pain in most people…even if it’s a reduction in pain in helps life go smoother. Check out this post for more info about the hip.
Look for UK practitioners in the following 2 places…
Love the enthusiasm. Hardly wait for your next video. Thanks,
Coming soon, Mary!
Steve how are you using the bolster to do the long death pose?
It was during a pranayama session, not savasana. I was propped with a block and bolster into an open but comfortable position.
Great to see the video!
Nice video dr Steve !
I am looking forward to your webinar about the human yoga you learned !
I’ll be spending the next day or so putting all the pieces together from the weekend. Maybe Friday?? More likely early next week.
Very inspiring, Dr. Steve. Miss seeing you…gotta get back there sometime. Blessings!
“If you’re in La Jolly, you’re lucky!”
I love that. So good to see you having a blast Dr. Steve.
Hey Dr. Steve!
You are such a hoot!. Thanks for sharing–I can relate that Indiana is much different than California–consider Indiana as the “land of opportunity” to all those who need to hear your message–we need to become an empowered people and take charge of our own health! (I think sunshine helps!)