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Spirality, chirality and movement

Curvature and rotation are features so deeply embedded within our natural structure, it is easy to overlook the significance. Spirality, a biological strategy, is hidden in the obvious. Helical structure underpins all carbon-based life; from the micro level in particles up through living forms that we would all easily recognise, such as fascial compartments and…

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How do you see your body?

Not that long ago many yoga classes were very focused on achieving and holding a posture; nowadays they may very well concentrate more on developing our somatic awareness as we are encouraged to unfold, unfurl and unspiral our limbs, and to be aware of the effect on the whole body of one small movement. This change…

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How do you see your body?

by Jan Trewartha Not that long ago many yoga classes were very focused on achieving and holding a posture; nowadays they may very well concentrate more on developing our somatic awareness as we are encouraged to unfold, unfurl and unspiral our limbs, and to be aware of the effect on the whole body of one…

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Spiral Bound – chapter 1 – Across anatomy

Spiral Bound explores the potential for yoga as a healing modality by examining the body’s anatomical structure as it has evolved embryonically. With a light touch approach, Karen Kirkness weaves together threads of development to see how our morphological constraints arise in the earliest moments of life, and how this rotation lays the spiral groundwork for…

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The World of Spirals

by Karen Kirkness What is spirality? You might have been hearing more about spirality in the anatomy world recently, but what is spirality and why is it important for bodyworkers to know about it? Spirality in biologic structure, including fascia, refers to the appearance of spiral form throughout nature. Spirality is an emergent property of…

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The world of Spirals

What is spirality? You might have been hearing more about spirality in the anatomy world recently, but what is spirality and why is it important for bodyworkers to know about it? Spirality in biologic structure, including fascia, refers to the appearance of spiral form throughout nature. Spirality is an emergent property of tension-compression balance, emerging…

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