Understanding Chi and Meridians

In some of her classes José talks about chi and focuses on specific meridians to release stagnation there. But what is chi? Where are the meridians? How can you recognize and feel them? In this talk, José will explain the correlation between fascia, meridians and...

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I find the Splits challenging: Help!

Do you have difficulty with Hanumanasana (the Splits)? Does it cause you any pain in the lower back or in the groin and hip? Have you been practicing this pose for a while but nothing changes? Then this talk is for you. José offers anatomical information...

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Personalized yoga means practicing functionally

In this talk José explains how to personalise your asana practice and avoid creating injuries. This short talk is an introduction to all of the classes José has to offer and can change the way you practice any style of yoga. You will start to...

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I find inversions challenging – help!

Do you have difficulty with Salamba Sarvangasana (Shoulder stand), Halasana (Plough pose) or Snail pose? Do they cause you a headache, nausea or limit your breathing? Have you been practicing these poses for a while but nothing changes? Then this talk is for you....

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Hypermobility versus hyperextension

This talk is for those people who experience hypermobility or hyperextension and for those who don't know the difference between them. It is equally important both for yoga practitioners and yoga teachers to know about these two physical occurrences. José will explain what hypermobility and...

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Pelvic floor and core consciousness

In this talk, José explains the importance (for both men and women) of being conscious of the pelvic floor, core and back muscles. She explains what exactly the 'core' and pelvic floor consist of and why it is so important to keep those muscles active...

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Effortless meditation postures

Is sitting in meditation difficult for you because of a sore back, sleepy legs, painful knees or any other physical discomfort? Then this talk is for you. José offers practical anatomical information, which will help you understand what creates difficulty when sitting for a longer...

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Avoid pain in the wrists – anatomical insights

In this talk José offers anatomical information about the wrists and explains how you can avoid injuring them during your yoga practice. You will see that besides tension, the shape of your bones (wrist, radius and ulna) also determines the range of movement you have...

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I can’t get my heels to the floor; what now?

Do you have difficulty getting your heels on the floor in poses like Malasana (Squat), Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog), Virabhadrasana I and II (Warrior I and II)? Have you been practising these poses for a while but nothing changes? Then this talk is for you. José...

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Painful sensation in your groin explained

An explanation why the shape and inclination of the protruding, bony part on the front of your hips (ASIS) can create pain in your groin when doing various yoga poses. You will learn in which poses this painful compression can occur and how you can...

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