Complete Spinal Movements Sequence by Simon Borg-Olivier

Simon Borg-Olivier. Padmasana in a Clovelly Cliff Storm, by Stuart Fell

Simon Borg-Olivier. Padmasana in a Clovelly Cliff Storm, by Stuart Fell

This video is an experienced demonstration of a complete fifteen minute Yoga Synergy spinal sequence practice. This sequence can be practiced at the beginner or the intermediate level. In the next few blogs we will be presenting a series of short videos that break down and explain this sequence in order help to understand its anatomical (physical) and physiological (energetic) effects. Once the applied anatomy and physiology of a sequence are understood it is then possible to maximise physical benefits such as strength and flexibility, and more physiological benefits such as circulation, energy, nervous system control, internal organ function and healing powers.

This is a video of a Yoga Synergy Spinal Movements sequence that forms part of a series of videos and live courses taught by physiotherapist and Director of Yoga Synergy throughout the world as well as part online courses at RMIT University (http://www.rmit.com) and Yoga Synergy (Yoga Fundamentals at http://fundamentals.yogasynergy.com and Applied Anatomy and Physiology of Yoga at http://anatomy.yogasynergy.com ). This video was one of a series filmed by David Samulenok of RMIT University.

You can see Part 1 of the instructional videos of this sequence by clicking HERE
TO FURTHER DEVELOP AN UNDERSTANDING OF HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR YOGA AND OR EXERCISE CLICK HERE TO SEE DETAILS OF OUR LIVE AND ONLINE COURSES ON THE PRACTICAL APPLIED ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF YOGA

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3 Responses to “Complete Spinal Movements Sequence by Simon Borg-Olivier”

  • oksy:

    so graceful and seamless…
    a real moving meditation

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  • Wow. The idea of awakening your spine is not that new, but Simon’s way of doing works better than any other yoga or related discipline I’ve ever tried. Instructors trained in the Iyengan tradition often provide detailed asana instruction. Those rare instructors, like Simon, with diverse and deep experience in several of the the world’s body technologies such as T’ai Chi and Physiotherapy give particularly valuable instructions. In my opinion Simon’s teaching are a potent and valuable confluence of traditions that stand out from the other asana based Yoga schools of the world like a rare jewel.

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