Anatomy of the Deep Belly
Join master Teacher Tias little for this Online Immersion in learning postural practices and somatic movement sequences to support the health of the lower abdomen - the primary center for balance and support in the body and a place of receptivity, prana, and inner feeling.
The lower abdomen is the primary center for balance and support in the body. It is also a place of receptivity, prana, and inner feeling.
In all the internal arts, the lower belly is the seat of vitality and the source of the body’s internal breath.
In this practice, we tap into the vital reservoir of blood and chi in the lower abdomen by studying the complex relationships between the iliopsoas muscle, the uterus, bladder, and colon.
What Will We Explore?
Each daily practice will include somatic practices, yoga, and pranayama.
We will devote time and attention to exploring the all important connection to the lift of uddiyana bandha in the lower abdomen.
While many practices emphasize a tightening of this area, we do poses to stretch, expand, and elevate the deep belly without force or strain.
You will discover that by properly engaging your lower belly, you can recharge the bioelectric field of your entire body.
Please note ALL Live Zoom sessions will be recorded should you be unable to attend any live streams. All course materials are available for 30 days.
Anatomy of the Deep Belly is good for 5-Hours of Continuing Education hours through Yoga Alliance, and can be applied towards required hours for the Prajna Yoga Therapy Track
Upon completion of this workshop, you will receive a Yogacampus Certificate of Completion for 6 Continuing Education hours through Yoga Alliance.
This session is a CPD immersion only. If you wish to gain certification from Prajna Yoga as a SATYA teacher, all SATYA courses are required, SATYA 1, 2 & 3 – please see the Prajna Yoga website for further information on the certification process: https://www.prajnayoga.net/yoga-training/satya/
Meet the Teacher
Tias Little synthesises more than 30 years of study in classical yoga, Sanskrit, Buddhism, anatomy, bodywork, and trauma healing in his dynamic, original style of teaching. Tias began studying the work of B. K. S. Iyengar in 1984 and in 1989 resided in Mysore, India, where he studied Ashtanga vinyasa yoga under the tutelage of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. A licensed massage therapist, Tias has in-depth training in craniosacral therapy. His practice and teaching is influenced by the work of Ida Rolf, Moshé Feldenkrais, and Thomas Hanna. Tias earned a master’s degree in Eastern philosophy from St. John’s College in Santa Fe in 1998.
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