If we move the fascia anywhere in our body, it has an effect on the entire body like a Tensegrity Model. Even the fascia structure itself is like this model. I am finding more and more things out about the fascia and it is absolutely fascinating. Here is an other interview with the Human Garage if you are interested.
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I would like to update you on my physical, mental and emotional development in the 2nd week.
Physically: The energy level is rising and I am not anymore that tired in the morning. The pain in the hamstring is a bit less. The bakers cyst the same and the discomfort in the knee changing spots. I am less bloated. The general pains in the body are gone. It still doesn’t feel like my body when I am teaching, my balance is off – just simply less control. My hormonal hot flashes improved.
Mentally: Less foggy in the brain, but still not up to speed and problems finding words. When I do the Fascia Maneuvers I get more clarity, my vision gets better and everything becomes more vivid. I started to give myself the time to heal without feeling guilty.
Emotionally: My mood is more stable and feel generally more uplifted. Moments of happiness for no particular reason. Less stressed and upset about things that come up every day.
Monday 29.05. Three & Five Breaths Slow Flow
Wednesday 31.05. Elasti-Band Flow
Thursday 01.06. Open Theme Yogis Choice
Friday 02.06. Elasti-Band Flow
Thank you for your kindness and love that enables me to share my healing journey with you!
There are times in your life where you need a reset – either physically, emotionally or mentally. I have come to the point where I need all three.
Looking back at my life I have no regrets which doesn’t mean that I made all the right decisions and everything went always smooth. A few of those decisions I made, are now backfiring at me. I lived my life intuitively, somehow deep down I had this knowing of what is “right” and what to do next.
I have a really good sense of direction when it comes to walks or hikes in nature, but somehow I lost in the last years my inner compass. I realized that Corona made me static and feel stuck. New doors that usually opened for me or opportunities that presented themselves when I go somewhere to teach couldn’t happen. I guess like so many people I felt a heavy cloud lingering over my head during these major invasion and changes in our lives.
I never really consciously made the decision where to go next – I don’t know what it means to have goals, I just have a passion for movement, body/mind and helping/healing people. When I listened and watched the little social media clips from Human Garage something instantly started resonating with me and sparked my interest. This work is made for the people to genuinely help them physically, mentally and emotionally. Dealing with pain and trauma stored in the fascia. So this is what brought me on this journey that I would like to share with you. You are the ones who helped me through this time not to get lost and I am ever so grateful to all of you for that and your love.
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Here my experience of the first 5 days of the 28 day reset. I had to take pics of me before and after – I will share them with you in the end of this adventure. Physically: I have been tired. Old body injuries have been flaring up and new ones showed up. Overall the body aches and feels not like mine. Balance is completely off. The full body stress reset Fascia Maneuver (FM) is done every day and an other introduced every day. The ones done to the face and jaw are amazing. Mentally: Foggy in my head, so hard to concentrate and find words. Do my mediations at 4am which seem to help me being a bit more at peace with the process. Emotionally: Had my down moments, because of being tired and feeling those pains in the body. Still surprisingly calm also with irritating situations that came up during the day. It is a very supportive online community there. They help me when I have questions and cheer me on, help me to move forward and encourage me to not give up. I would like to share a Podcast interviewing Gary of Human Garage (Healing Digestive & Hormonal Issues)
It is a complex and multifaceted concept that has been contemplated by philosophers, scientists, and individuals across cultures and throughout history. Time is a fundamental aspect of our existence and shapes our experiences, actions, and understanding of the world.
The value and perception of time are deeply personal and subjective experiences. Time is considered valuable due to its finite nature and the opportunities it provides for personal growth, relationships, and the pursuit of goals. The perception of time can vary depending on individual circumstances, cultural influences, and psychological factors. Understanding the value of time and being mindful of how we use it can lead to a more fulfilling and purposeful life.
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As we were doing on Friday the three breaths in various asanas throughout my class, this whole concept about time perception came to my mind. Not holding it in every asana made it different for me. I became more mindful then when having the same amount of breaths in each pose. After class it thought some more about it and how much it relates to our life in general. How do we deal with a fixed amount of time given to us? One way is eyes closed and pushing through like me when I go to the dentist and minutes seem like hours. To calm my mind I look at the time spend on that chair in relation to a total of my lifetime, then it seems like nothing. Another way is, to immerse oneself completely and where you don’t want it to end. This is me traveling, hiking or taking a dance class – time seems to stand still and the same time passes actually super fast. Indifference is for sure also way. Life becomes richer and more fulfilled, when we can see every breath we take is a gift and time becomes precious no matter what goes on us. Unfortunately, often we need to be shaken by a tragic incidence to start living life to the fullest.
This week’s classes will be a ” Three-Breaths-Shuffle”. What happens if we make a conscious decision to not pre-judge a pose before we enter it or to just love it anyways. Watching ourselves how we feel when we go into a pose, will determine how we will feel in it and come out of it. That is one thing I love about yoga. You can practice these things on the mat and prepare yourself for daily life to be more active instead of reactive.
Monday 15.05. Three BreathShuffle Flow
Wednesday 17.05. Three Breath Shuffle Flow
Thursday 18.05. Open Theme Yogis Choice
Friday 19.05. Three Breath Shuffle Slow Flow
So much to learn from each breath we take!
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