Online Scaravelli inspired Yoga classes with Erling.
We can continue our yoga practice through my online Scaravelli inspired yoga option, and now my yoga classes are online on Zoom.
Scaravelli inspired Yoga feels very natural and intuitive. Human movement is natural, and our yoga practice should support it. Sometimes, in modern postural Yoga, the complete opposite happens. Erling’s approach to teaching encourages you to embody your practice fully. Noticing what you feel as you move in and out of postures.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world of Yoga has moved online.
Scaravelli inspired Yoga is a contemporary yoga style.
Scaravelli Inspired Yoga is a modern yoga style. We (humans) are a neurological organism that reacts to its environment, how we have responded has shaped us throughout our lives. As children, we repeat movement patterns that become habituated. As we grow and age, we will develop our own, unique body map.
These movement patterns need practice regularly. If we don’t, we lose mobility. In the modern world, we are not active enough. If your mapped patterns restrict compliant whole-body movements, stiffness in joints and other complications can occur. Scaravelli inspired Yoga as a well-structured intelligent Yoga practice provides a framework to address these patterns.
How do you feel?
Focusing on how we feel, the sensations in all our movements, and our neurological map are revealed. How well we understand our unique map will determine how well we move in yoga postures or asana. Classical Yoga tends to emphasise the asana or pose. However, for many students, this aim creates conflict. Unless they are naturally very flexible to start with, they force themselves to achieve the shape. In my opinion, that’s not the aim or the meaning of Yoga.
Scaravelli inspired Yoga.
Scaravelli inspired Yoga is known for encouraging intuitive movement.
The feeling of Yoga.
The sense of feeling is essential in Scaravelli yoga, noticing the sensations the central nervous system provide you. Listening provides a framework for how you respond to sensory input. We work the lines of support your skeletal bones offer. Minimising the effort needed to attain the movement, shape, or asana means the large external muscles can work less. They can release and relax. As a result, when there is less tension that you find more movement. More fluidity and your spine can move more freely. Freedom has always been the goal in Yoga.
Om Shanti Erling McCracken