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Instagram Image by 藝 UeL (@uel_tokyo) with caption : "なんとレミ先生はまだウエル一期生!!Repost from @remi_to_yoga @TopRankRepost #TopRankRepost 全米ヨガアライアンス16日目✨
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なんとレミ先生はまだウエル一期生!!Repost from @remi_to_yoga @TopRankRepost 全米ヨガアライアンス16日目✨ - - ヨギーニー先生デイ。アーサナとチャクラとつなげて、どのチャクラが開くポーズなのかもあわせて意識。美味しいおやつが集まるTTC🤭✨ - アーサナは Matsyasana/魚のポーズ Halasana /鋤のポーズ Salamba Sarvangasana/肩立ち(枝で全て支える)ポーズ 仲間の体を触って違いを確認。筋肉よりも骨をしっかり見ることや、バンダの意識がより一層、重要になる後屈のポーズ。アーサナの目的によって細かい体の使い方が変わる。それをただの流派の違い、ではなく目的の違いとして理解していく。また逆転のポーズにはリラックス効果や感情の安定につながる。 - - 哲学は ヴェーダの最終目的地へと向かう一つの方法であるパンチャコーシャの続き。各相の説明をバクティーヨーガの観点からも考える。私たちの一番の内側のアーナンダマヤ・コーシャから整えるのがバクティヨーガ。プラーナヤーマ(調気法)は生命エネルギーを増大させてくれる私たちに与えられた方法。サーマ・ブリッティ、ウージャイヴレイジングの練習。なかなか日常的に練習できてない、、、と改めて実感。でも大事な大事な練習。 - - #バクティーヨーガ  #anatomy #プラーナヤーマ

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Tanner Zaharis

image by Tanner Zaharis (@tanner_zaharis) with caption : "Water sketches
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#sketch #watercolor #faces #anatomy #study #art #artist #artistsoninstagram #color #b" - 1826922074275829363
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Irwan Librata

image by Irwan Librata (@irwanlibrata) with caption : "Regrann from @optimize.physiotherapy -  The breathing conundrum 🎈
↪️ Your diaphragm is a critical component of your abil" - 1826921780683813189
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Regrann from @optimize.physiotherapy - The breathing conundrum 🎈 ↪️ Your diaphragm is a critical component of your ability to breathe well. The diaphragm is an internal muscle, so it’s action is not nearly as obvious. It’s function is VERY important however. ➡️ The diagram above is a good representation of what the diaphragm is responsible for when it comes to breathing and lung function. Contracting the diaphragm draws this sheet-like muscle downwards towards the low back (where it attaches). This serves to increase the volume of the thoracic cavity, which draws air into the lungs so that your body can oxygenate it’s blood cells. 🔑Better diaphragmatic excursion = better breathing/lung function. ➡️ The diaphragm works best when your torso is positioned well. This doesn’t need to be perfect, but better ‘posture’ allows all corners of the diaphragm to contribute and work well (try breathing diaphragmatically when curled up in a ball...doesn’t work so well). And this is one reason why sitting for prolonged hours is not good...it affects breathing function based on position. 🎈Think about having a balloon in your stomach. When you draw air in (through your nose, as this is what it’s meant for), the balloon should expand in ALL directions. Forwards, backwards, downwards, sideways etc. Think about expanding this internal balloon outwards in all directions when you are conscious of your breathing, and imagine what this looks like. Get a feel for it, and update your breathing software whenever you have a chance to pay attention. It will eventually become automatic! ————————————————— #anatomy -

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Irwan Librata

image by Irwan Librata (@irwanlibrata) with caption : "Regrann from @optimize.physiotherapy -  THE DIAPHRAGM 🎯
🎈The diaphragm is the single most important muscle when it comes" - 1826921426600771747
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Regrann from @optimize.physiotherapy - THE DIAPHRAGM 🎯 🎈The diaphragm is the single most important muscle when it comes to breathing. It is a dome shaped muscle that extends across the bottom of the thoracic cavity (as seen in the diagrams). It attaches to many structures, as the muscle spans 360 degrees on the inside of the ribcage and thoracic cavity. The muscle converges to form tendon portions which insert into the lumbar spine at L1/L2 🎈This complex and unique muscle affects a lot based on all of its attachments. For the purpose or breathing, it should contract and draw downwards towards the lumbar spine (where it attaches). By drawing down, this increases the volume of the thoracic cavity and draws air into the lungs. THIS IS HOW WE ARE SUPPOSED TO BREATHE ALL THE TIME, especially when in a resting state. ↪️ There are other muscles that help out in the mechanical process of breathing, but the diaphragm should be the primary DRIVER of each breath. When helper or ‘accessory’ breathing muscles act the primary drivers of breathing, you begin to develop issues. 🎈 The problem is that many of us are not using our diaphragms to breathe, or not using the diaphragm nearly enough. Not only does this affect breathing function (since it's the dedicated breathing muscle), but it affects things like spinal stability, core function etc 🎈 The diaphragm is a major part of the 'core', and should be providing spinal integrity and stability when working properly (based on ya attachments to the spine). Based on its location, this muscle defines the core. Having poor diaphragm function is a recipe for disaster. It not only leads to breathing and spine dysfunction, but also takes a huge amount of athletic performance off the table for those involved in sports/training ------------------------ #anatomy