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Changing the Face of Yoga Podcast

Hosted by Stephanie Cunningham, a yoga teacher herself who is committed to sharing yoga with anyone, especially the over 50's. Stephanie created this podcast to share how yoga can be practiced by anyone with amazing benefits. Yoga teachers themselves will share their stories; discussing why they teach, who they teach, how students benefit. Every fortnight or so, we will release a new episode. We will talk with teachers about teaching children, curvy bodies, the elderly but also those that each yoga to support students with diabetes, cancer and mental health issues.
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Jul 3, 2018

1:19 Introduction to Melissa Turnock

2:35 Neurogenic Tremor

  • Returns NS to parasympathetic state
  • Richmond Heath of Melbourne brought TRE to Australia
  • Developed by David Berceli

4:35 TRE definition

  • Trauma Release Exercise
  • Developed in war-torn countries and places that experienced natural disasters. It is a mammalian response to trauma and stress.
  • Natural, involuntary tremors which release tension/tiredness in the muscles.
  • Tremors start in the adductors

9:32 TRE in a yoga class

  • Yoga asanas for 30 minutes
  • Tremoring – 15-20 minutes
  • Svasana – at least 15 minutes
  • Emphasis on breath throughout

12:50 Benefits to students of TRE

  • Sleep better
  • More alert
  • Opens spiritual/emotional state
  • Anxiety lessens
  • Helps injuries

17:45 Teach regulation and integration in class

Looking for irregular breathing, eye contact, engage in conversation, stop and start tremors so students know they are in control.

 

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Email: mel@pittwaterpilates.com.au

Website: www.pittwaterpilates.com.au

FB: /pittpilatesandyoga/

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