YIN YANG YOGA【Thoracic curvature elimination method】

Beautiful posture / Improve stoop / Self maintenance YOGA / Power up breathing

Section 1:Learn the structure and location of the thoracic spine. Learn the relationship between the thoracic spine and breathing.

What you’ll learn

  • Improve alignment of thoracic spine.
  • Self-check for body maintenance.
  • Elimination of stiff shoulders and stiff neck.
  • Check of Pelvis range of motion.
  • Learn about movement of the neck.
  • Specialized poses for Thoracic spine.
  • Fat combustion with sequence poses.
  • Easy 5 minute sequence in the morning and evening.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 2 lectures • 7min.
  • 胸椎の前弯度チェック –> 6 lectures • 28min.
  • 頚椎のアプローチ –> 5 lectures • 18min.
  • 胸椎のアプローチ –> 5 lectures • 29min.
  • 足首ポーズ(伸展、屈曲) –> 2 lectures • 11min.
  • Sequence and 5 minutes sequence –> 4 lectures • 26min.
  • 終わりに –> 1 lecture • 14min.

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Requirements

  • 2 tennis balls and one sock.
  • A smartphone or digital camera is required for self-checking.

Section 1:Learn the structure and location of the thoracic spine. Learn the relationship between the thoracic spine and breathing.

Section 2:Practice self-checking and experience the effects of “Before & After”.

Section 3:Finger pressure yoga and  poses and self-checks improve the straight neck and relieve thoracic spine load.

Section 4:Introducing the thoracic spine improvement sequence devised by chiropractor and acupressure sports trainer.

Section 5:Inflexible ankle has a negative effect on pelvis and thoracic spine alignment.

Section 6:Please enjoy our poses with a sequence that approaches the thoracic spine.

 

The human spine consists of the seven cervical spine, twelve thoracic spine, and five lumbar spine.  The spine is an important part that supports our head and foundation of the arms and legs movements. And it is an indispensable part when walking on two legs.

This course aims to align the spine as an approach to correct posture.  This  course focuses on the “thoracic spine”.

The thoracic spine is located in the center of the S-curve between the cervical spine and the lumbar spine.  And the cervical spine and the lumbar spine each form an alignment by themselves. However the thoracic spine is composed of 12 thoracic vertebrae, 12 pairs of ribs and sternum.

In other words, if the movement of the thoracic spine is restricted, it will have some adverse effect on the movement of the ribs that are linked to it, which will limit the movement of the lungs inside the ribs. As a result, breathing becomes shallow and it becomes difficult for oxygen to be taken into the body.

This is a course that not only helps you to have a beautiful posture but also enhances your breathing power.