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Keep your lifted leg as high as you can through the full range. Straighten your standing leg as much as possible. Enjoy the challenge 😘





#yoga #yogadudes #yogadetour #movement #move #jungle #jungleyoga #costarica #latergram

"I should be sleeping right now, but instead I am glued to my computer screen because I just received Yoga Detour's Top 8 for 2018, and it is full of little gems for all of us yoga teachers who want to offer our students a more sustainable yoga practice! Cecily's delivery is smooth, natural, and easy to follow, and each point is packed with biomechanically-sound concepts and cues you can feel in your own body right now, and incorporate into your classes immediately. I can feel the difference in my shoulders, forearms, and obliques after moving through just the first two sections (my side plank practice will never be the same!). Thank you, Yoga Detour--can't wait for more!"
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Close the gap between where you are and where you want to be. Use the Top 8 to build your foundation before the next installment arrives in March - the Spring Six.
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The Spring Six will include sections on the SI joint, hamstrings, headstands and more. There’s still time to add your requests to the list - comment below or send me a DM. The top 6 most requested topics will be flushed out, unpacked and ready for you next month!
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Link for Top 8 in bio or at https://yogadetour.com/detour-informed-resources/

Inspired by #yogadetour,#bewellpersonaltraining,#heartandbonesyoga,#mypeeps,#yogamove ... Inspire, stimulate, provoke, incite, act, shake YOUR BODY ❣️

This is what it looks like when I’m playing around with hip internal rotation. I didn’t use to have any - now I at least have SOME.
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This is a short teaser of what I’m going to develop into a full sequence on internal hip rotation. I find that adding this work into the mix really helps get my hips to stop clicking too - it’s the balance they need to all the natural external I’ve got (and you likely do too).
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I’m using that block and my hand as tools for resistance, either pressing my knee down into the block or up into my palm. My hand is NOT just pushing my knee further down - that would be passive range work while here I’m emphasizing active range of motion.
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A common complaint here is knee pain - don’t push through that or any type of pinching in the inside edge of the hip. Adjust your position (lean back of lay down to see if that helps) and use less tension. Discomfort is fine - pain is different.
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More to come on this for sure. 🎵Lid - Christian Löffler🎵

Every Sunday morning of a Detour training weekend we start with a led practice. This gives everyone the opportunity to get moving before they have to use their brains!
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Our theme in February was Sun Salutations which meant deconstructing the many different elements and movement prerequisites that go into practicing these with interest and integrity.
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This is fast, I know. But it’s a representation of what looks like to blend elements of movement into a yoga class.
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In the first segment we isolate.
In the second segment we activate.
In the third segment we integrate.
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Check it out and throw any questions my way. Next time we’ll stream this live so you can follow along too 👊🏼.

A little self practice inspired by the online program ‘Top 8 for 2018’ by @yogadetour .
Oh you know, just the best tips and tools to make your practice feel AMAZING and to help your students love the practice even more!
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If you haven’t purchased it yet you are in luck because we will be giving one away at the Be Moved Open House on Sunday, March 4th from 10am-2pm!
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There will be lots of great give-always, some amazing vendors, yummy food and more...are you coming? We hope so!!
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Check our website at www.bemoved.ca for details!
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#bemovedyoga #yoga #mindfulmovement #yogateachertraining #yogadetour #community #celebration #bemoved #beyou

aaaaaaand hold it.








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🎥Mobility Membership Highlight: @yogadetour 😍

When one of your movement HEROES subscribes to your mobility videos!

#YogaDetour #DeskRx #TheFootCollective #MobilityMatters

I didn’t know it until I heard Kevin Kelly say it on the @onbeing podcast, but constraints are one of my favourite ways to bring out maximum creativity.
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Hell, it’s usually a constraint - a road block, or an injury - that brings us to a Detour in the first place. The desire to go around. To forge a new path. To try something else with the hope of still reaching our destination, or getting somewhere even better than the original plan.
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What does that look like?
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It’s like when @movewelldurham tells you to keep one hand on the ground and move as much as possible and you learn more about your body (which I did and will post tomorrow...).
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Or when I get teachers to practice teaching without being able to demonstrate and their cuing and observation skills improve as a result.
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When you don’t speak the same language as your students. Or you try to communicate with someone who can’t hear you or can’t see you. Or if you’re missing a limb and yet find a way to do whatever you’d normally do, just with a foot, or a shoulder, or your mouth instead.
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Sometimes constraints feel like a bad thing because we’re conditioned to see value in being limitless. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Placing limitations on something can be an incredible means toward our best work. Our most creative selves.

It’s Monday morning. Imagine how much better you’re going to feel after you make time to do this...🤔
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Seriously though - taking 5-10 minutes to prep your joints for whatever you have in store for them today is going to make a huge difference in the long term.
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This is how I prep for more global movements like push ups, arm balances and inversions. Start at the foundation and watch the rest fall into place.
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🎵Truth - Shallou🎵

SELF CARE SUNDAY - A little tid bit about body awareness and anxiety. Huge thanks to @joydorsey @b_movedyoga and to everyone this weekend who welcome me and each other with open arms AND on the first anniversary of Be Moved! Huge thanks to @kolakat13 my co-conspirator and person who holds space for me. Your movement yoga-ish practice today Embodied this work in every way. My heart is packed with goodness. #Repost @b_movedyoga with @get_repost
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Just one little tidbit from this weekend with @janetheclapp talking about nervous system regulation in the Movement for Trauma Level 1 Training.
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Nervous system regulation is what it’s all about, and understanding the various ways we can bring ourselves back into our window of tolerance, but also to increase our resilience to life stressors.
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As Jane puts it, not everyone will identify with the word trauma, but we all have a nervous system. And life has stress in it, we can’t hide from it. Instead we can find ways to increase our resilience and to help ourselves when the stress becomes overwhelming.
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I wanted to include this course in the Be Moved Teacher Training Program, because as much as we need to know the biomechanics of Movement, we have to go deeper and understand the role the nervous system plays as it is the foundation of it all!
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As well...it was so much FUN! We played, we moved, we took turns rocking and bouncing with baby Asher. You would’ve never guessed we were working with Trauma all weekend and THAT is the point.
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Thank you Jane and Jenn and to all who attended. My heart is full. ❤️
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#bemovedyoga #yoga #mindfulmovement #movementfortrauma #movementforstress #yogateacher #yogateachertraining #followthedetour #yogadetour #bemoved #beyou

Just one little tidbit from this weekend with @janetheclapp talking about nervous system regulation in the Movement for Trauma Level 1 Training.
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Nervous system regulation is what it’s all about, and understanding the various ways we can bring ourselves back into our window of tolerance, but also to increase our resilience to life stressors.
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As Jane puts it, not everyone will identify with the word trauma, but we all have a nervous system. And life has stress in it, we can’t hide from it. Instead we can find ways to increase our resilience and to help ourselves when the stress becomes overwhelming.
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I wanted to include this course in the Be Moved Teacher Training Program, because as much as we need to know the biomechanics of Movement, we have to go deeper and understand the role the nervous system plays as it is the foundation of it all!
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As well...it was so much FUN! We played, we moved, we took turns rocking and bouncing with baby Asher. You would’ve never guessed we were working with Trauma all weekend and THAT is the point.
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Thank you Jane and Jenn and to all who attended. My heart is full. ❤️
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#bemovedyoga #yoga #mindfulmovement #movementfortrauma #movementforstress #yogateacher #yogateachertraining #followthedetour #yogadetour #bemoved #beyou

Peeling myself out of bed on a Sunday like... 📷@_nwhite

I don’t know who the original author of this small but mighty little movement combo is but I picked it up from @portal.ido.
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I like to include it as a staple in the wrist prep portfolio. Typically 10 reps or so is about right to set the forearms ablaze. But like I say in the vid, you could one slow rep with a long hold at the end and feel like you’ve done enough!
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Enjoy the 🔥. Your wrists will love you for it.

I just finished writing the fifth of this week’s “five emails in five days” and saw this come up on my feed. Ties perfectly in with tomorrow’s theme. Love when we’re synced up like that @ryanorrico 👊🏼.
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If you’re wondering what you’ve been missing out on since Monday, check the link in my bio.
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#Repost @ryanorrico with @get_repost
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“My heroes, from Hank Williams to Frank Sinatra to Bob Dylan, were popular musicians. They had hits. There was value in trying to connect with a large audience… [But] artists with the ability to engage a mass audience are always involved in an inner debate as to whether it’s worth it, whether the rewards compensate for the single-mindedness, energy and exposure necessary to meet the demands of the crowd… [A] large audience is, by nature transient. If you depend on it too much, it may distort what you do and who you are. It can blind you to the deeper resonances of your work and the importance of your most committed listeners.”

-Bruce Springsteen

"Life as a teacher begins the day you realize that you are always a learner." - Unknown

Our Yoga Instructor, Robin, demonstrating that learning never exhausts the mind.

@Regranned from @robinhurlow - All the learning this weekend. All. The. Learning. Pictured here about to figure out the distinction between hip extension and spinal extension in crescent lunge vs a more stacked lunge position (aka how to take care of your back) 🤦‍♀️💡For the full video and other general movement goodness, check out @yogadetour.
#allthelearning #movementeducation #teachertraining #yogateacher #yogadetour #yogatoronto #yoga #mindfulmovement #crescentlunge #yogadeconstructed #bodyawareness #thursday #goodmorning #learning #teaching #fitness #healthy #wellness #pursuit #rehab #chiropractic #acupuncture #massage #naturopath #TCM #physiotherapy #studio #pilates #toronto - #regrann

It’s happening.
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Sunday, March 4 | 1-6pm
@themovingjoint in West LA.
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Let’s practice, explore and ask all the questions together.
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yogadetour.com/workshops (link also in bio)

All the learning this weekend. All. The. Learning. Pictured here about to figure out the distinction between hip extension and spinal extension in crescent lunge vs a more stacked lunge position (aka how to take care of your back) 🤦‍♀️💡For the full video and other general movement goodness, check out @yogadetour.
#allthelearning #movementeducation #teachertraining #yogateacher #yogadetour #yogatoronto #yoga #mindfulmovement #crescentlunge #yogadeconstructed #bodyawareness

One of the snippets from Yoga War Room I get the most feedback on (ie “That was such a lightbulb moment for me!) is when I talk about hip extension vs spinal extension in a lunge.
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@robinhurlow kindly took one for the team last weekend at YDTT when we explored hip extension and how load can be used to create mobility in that area of the pelvis.
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This is a 4-Part detour from your normally scheduled activities since I assume you’re ready for a procrastination break on this fine Tuesday. Enjoy!

Intelligent cueing isn’t a special talent. It’s a reflection of understanding the body and the movements you’re asking it to do.
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When you understand what a certain movement has to offer - something as simple as reaching the arms overhead at the start of a sun salutation, or something as complicated as a barbell back squat - it’s then possible to coach and cue accordingly.
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When we can see bodies through the lens of what they need from a movement practice, and pair that with a thorough understanding of what various movements have to offer, all that remains is bridging the gap.
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Words can bridge that gap. Clear explanations. Efficient instructions. To-the-point communication.
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When you really “get it” you can talk about “it” and teach anyone so they get it too - no matter if they’re 8 or 88.

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