Anatomy for Yoga with Paul Grilley
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1. If range of motion in a pose is limited by compression, it's not going to change. I either need to find different alignment that removes the compression, or accept this is where I am at.
2. Every person's body really is unique. There are some poses I will never be able to move as deeply into as the person next to me. Our bones are different. That's just a fact of life.
Both helped me move away from comparing my practice to the other people in the yoga class. I always knew I "shouldn't", but this DVD explains very practical reasons why.
Paul's presentation style is humorous and engaging. He uses multiple unique people to demonstrate each point, and that makes all the difference in understanding the material.
The DVD contains almost 4 hours of lectures divided up into sections covering the various points of movement in the body, including places that you wouldn't normally think about, like the scapula. Paul starts each section with an overview of what he is going to be covering in each section, then gets into more detailed discussion. He explains the difference between tension, and compression, and how you can tell the difference, so that you don't injure yourself, and get the most out of your Yoga practice. He show how the different joints work, using a model skeleton, and how minor changes in the bone and joints can affect the way the joints move. He then brings up people with differing skeletal structures to show the types of restrictions that you would see in the joints and how they would look in different poses. This is immensely helpful, especially for people new to Yoga. If you are just trying to look like other people doing the poses, but don't understand the difference between muscle tension, and joint compression, you could hurt yourself. What Paul stresses throughout these lectures is not to worry about looking like everyone else. You need to get a feel for your body, and if you run into skeletal restrictions, you need to learn to work around them, which he also covers.
Overall this was a very interesting and informative DVD. I actually learned a lot about some points of compression that I had been fighting against thinking that it would loosen up. I am now working around those restrictions. Paul is a very good teacher and covers the subject thoroughly, while still keeping it interesting and easy to understand. By first showing how the joints work using a skeleton, and then bringing up real people to show how differing skeletal restriction actually look in certain poses, it makes it much easier to grasp the whole picture. I highly recommend this DVD for all Yoga practitioners.
Although I have exacerbated multiple endstage osteoarthritis issues in my knees, neck and shoulder since then which TAUGHT me a lot and I am now a student in a Yoga teacher training course; I found this DVD illuminated to me what all the Required Readings on Anatomy did not!
The bottom line I received from this DVD is to LEARN and TAKE from ALL- then pick The BEST for me!
PS: Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfections and celebrate the cracks, crevices and all the other marks that time leaves behind. Wabi-Sabi also reminds us that we are all transient beings on this planet and our bodies and the material world are in the process of returning to the dust from which we came. Through wabi-sabi, we learn to embrace liver spots, rust, and all our frayed edges that the march of time represent.