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Nervous System in Movement Practice

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This is a journey into the central and peripheral nervous system and how it relates to movement and Yoga practices

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Here is a general presentation of what we will be exploring, and how it relates to movement practice.

• How does the nervous system work?

• What are efferent and afferent nerves?

• What are Mechanoreceptors? Proprioceptors? Nociceptors?

• What is the difference between the central (CNS) and peripheric nervous system (PNS)?

• What are the Dermatomes?

• What happens when a muscle is stretched?

• What is pandiculation?

• What is the polyvagal theory? How does it relate to our practice?

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Organiser Julie, Yoga Therapist and Anatomy Nerd.

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I'm a 1000-hrs registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Independent Network. I have a spine issue called scoliosis and I lived many years abroad in different part of the world as I was a humanitarian worker.
 
I started to practice yoga in 2009 and it changed my life. Back then, I was living in India and to address my back pain I had private lessons for 2 years with an Indian master, who shared with me his life-time experience. Suddenly, I did not need a physio anymore, I had my own practice to keep me healthy.
 
I graduated in March 2012 in the Sivananda Ashram in Orléans -France- as a yoga teacher. When I started teaching, people with different conditions came to my classes, and I was in fear of doing the "wrong" thing and offering them movement that could worsen their conditions.
 
So I started my anatomy journey with Blandine Calais Germain -France- in 2013. I graduated in 2017 after 300hrs of anatomy applied to Yoga and writing a dissertation about the spine (of course!) and the breath. My other teachers are Leslie Kaminof -New York- and Thomas Myers -Maine- whith whom I did online Anatomy trainings from 2014 to 2017. Today I offer regular anatomy workshops & CPDs to yoga teachers and movement practitioners.​

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