To teach yin yoga without taking a look into the world of fascinating fascia - the yin tissue most affected by yin yoga - is like visiting Paris without ever having set eyes on the Eiffel Tower.
These articles describe the correlation and impact of stress on fascial tissue and how yin yoga is considered an effective "modern" alternative therapy due to it's physiotherapeutic approach of long held traction to work preventatively against the natural effects of aging and stress on our bodies.
Articles 1 - 10 build on each other, but can also be enjoyed separately in their own right.
- What is fascia and what does it do?
- Spiderweb fascia (tensegrity) und what on earth has this got to do with a T-shirt?
- The difference between static objects and the moving body
- Fascia research and the three most important findings
- Yin Yoga – Harmony in the Matrix
- What are the Physical Benefits of Yin Yoga? (Anti)stress fascia training!
- Anti-ageing Yoga
- Herniated discs, pain and yin yoga teachers as the new therapist?
- Meridian yoga - modern meridian theory
- Or simply YOGA!