Svaroopa Yoga with Teresa
|Svaroopa Yoga with Teresa Rockville MD USA|
|Svaroopa Yoga with Teresa Website||Contact: Teresa Huang|
| ||Rockville, MD||Phone: 301-661-5662|
| ||Yoga Style: Svaroopa||Send Message|
Svaroopa® yoga is a healing yoga - gentle and less active based on the concept of Spinal Decompression. |
When your spinal muscle released: Your internal organs have more room and your digestion, elimination, and reproduction functions are improved; The pain of your back, neck, and shoulders are relieved; You feel lighter and your posture is improved; Your stress level is reduced, which gives you more energy; Your mind is quieter; You think more clearly, which gives you a deep sense of peace and put you in touch with deeper dimensions of your Self.
Currently offers classes on: Lower Spinal Release Theme Upper Spinal Release Theme
In Lower Spinal Release Theme, You learn to use the angles of the legs to reach the tailbone, sacrum, and waist area of your spine to get certain predictable and reliable effects that changes your whole body while it quiets your mind and opens a deeper inner experience. Lower Spinal Release helps poor circulation to legs and feet, Mis-aligned knees, weak ankles, fallen arches, foot pain, bunions and hammer toes, low back pain, constipation, reproductive system problems, digestion problems, sciatica, scoliosis, swayback, rounded shoulders, breathing problems, mid back pain, shoulder and neck problems, jaw pain, headaches, dizziness, hearing and vision problems.
Upper Spinal Release Theme helps you to unlock two tight areas of your body - The tailbone thru sacrum (Lower Spinal Release) and the vertebrae behind the heart. These tensions inhibit the full range of movement of the spine, and leave only two areas that move easily: your waist area and the top of your neck. These two areas can end up doing all the movement for the spine, and becoming hyper flexible and weak which cause low back pain and shoulder and neck pain. In Upper Spinal Release you learn how to move your whole spine in a pose, and learn to use legs and arms for strength and support rather than doing everything with the muscles of your spine and back.