This DVD does way more than just help us to know what to call the parts of our bodies involved in yoga practice. It shows us clearly and concisely how each of our bodies are different and why it is important for every student to approach each pose in a personal and unique way. Expert teacher and lecturer, Paul Grilley identifies the 8 major joints which govern the limits of our ability to do postures and gives thorough instruction on the key concepts of compression, tension, proportion and orientation with which we can each safely and comfortably explore our own anatomical terrains and to help others to do the same. With nearly four hours of material Paul dispels any notion that there is a right and a wrong way to do yoga and instead shows us how to make the experience rich and fulfilling for each of us. He gives us clear insights into what can be changed through striving and what to accept and explore without striving. Each section of the body important to yoga practice is explored in detail in 8 core lectures and 5 bonus lectures, which are leavened with Paul's gentle sense of humor and enlivened by numerous classroom demonstrations. Plus there are 60 still images of comparative student asanas, human femur bones and anatomical movement descriptions which solidify the concepts explored in the lectures. According to Yoga Journal, " Teacher's, serious students and anyone running a teacher training program worth its salt will want a copy of this DVD." Paul Grilley has been teaching yoga since 1980. He practices postures in the style of Paulie Zink, has studied anatomy at UCLA and has been a student of Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama since 1989. Also available on this site, Paul Grilley's Yin Yoga DVD.
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