Exploring the Temple: Our Bodies Uncovered - Anatomy Series with Sherry and Justine
Join us on an exploration into our bodies from a Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist's perspective. In each video we will discuss a particular topic area, our ah-ha's, our awe and our personal perspectives. And don't worry... we won't show or discuss anything that is gory or gruesome (which nothing was!).
We hope you will be amazed and intrigued to learn more about your beautiful temple!
Our Nerves: Resilient and They come in All Sizes with Sherry & Justine
Sciatic nerve, vagus nerve, phrenic nerve, brachial plexus... all of these nerves we hear about often. But when you see them in a real body, the sheer size, texture and resiliency of them is well... AMAZING! I included some anatomical images so that you can see what areas we are talking about. ...
Explore the Temple with Sherry & Justine! Anatomy Dissection Discussion Series
We can't contain our excitement for sharing all the wonderous and amazing things we learned during our week long fascial dissection. We spent 5 days wth Tom Myers of Anatomy Trains and Todd Garcia,
Director/Dissection Master of the Laboratories of Anatomical Enlightenment in Boulder, CO.
The Wonder of Fascia: Our Bodies Uncovered with Sherry & Justine
Fascia is a netting that holds us and molds us. This particular Anatomy Dissection was focused on noticing and exploring the fascia. Where it resides in the body, how it moves, works and how it can become damaged. And most importantly... how Yoga HELPS our fascial health!
Explaining the Process of a Cadaver Dissection with Sherry & Justine
Wondering if this is something you would like to do? Well, we both were newbies at this and we were not disappointed. We share some details about the process (no gore promise!), equipment needed, studies required, daily schedule, etc.
The Good and Bad Side of Fat in our Bodies with Sherry & Justine
Don't cut out fat from your diet because it is needed in alot of different places inside your body. In this segment, we talk about the role of fat... and the good and the bad types of fat. This was eye-opening for us!
Our Miraculous and Mysterious Muscles with Sherry and Justine
We saw alot of muscles in our Anatomy dissection, so this video covers a few of the more popular ones. From the erectors, to the quadratus lumborum, to the sartorious and levators. Now you can begin to visualize what Yoga can do to help our muscular system after this segment. See if you can feel ...
The Body Cavity and Our Organs with Sherry and Justine
The powerhouse of our bodies lies within the core. The Body cavity houses so many of our vital organs that work as an orchestra to keep us functioning without much thought or effort from us. We got to see, touch, feel and investigate these organs in our Anatomy dissection of Lily, our donor.
What Osteoarthritis REALLY looks like in the Body with Sherry & Justine
We saw Osteoarthritis in 4 different body locations where you would expect this condition to be most prevalent. The knee, hip, shoulder and lumbar spine. But what we didn't realize is that it looks much different than any anatomical photos or graphics that we are used to seeing.
"Them Bones" The Bones We Saw in our Anatomy Dissection with Sherry & Justine
In this video, we talk about the bones in the feet, hip, shoulder, spine and other locations. Bones are strong, but the texture is different than anything we could imagine. We have pauses of wonder in this video... just because the bones were so amazing to see, touch and feel.
The Diaphragm and our Breathing with Sherry & Justine
The breath is the most important part of our Yoga practice and the main muscle of breathing is the diaphragm. In this video we look at the role of the diaphragm and how it relates to the overall function of all our internal organs.
In this Exploring the Temple video, we discuss lots of details about the spine from the muscles that attach to it, the joints that intersect it, the discs that help us move in all directions, and spinal malfunctions and compensations. If you have back, joint or posture issues... this session is a...