Sacroiliac (SI) Joint misalignment creates asymmetry in the body which can be experienced as low back pain, as well as hip, knee and ankle pain from leg length discrepancy that can be caused by SI joint misalignment and muscular compensation. Working with the SI Joint requires slow, symmetrical and methodical movements to increase circulation, stabilize the position of the SI Joint and strengthen the musculature around the joint to keep it secure.
After this workshop you’ll understand:
- What Yoga poses and movements are safe as well as cautionary for this condition.
- What range of poses and movements are beneficial for SI joint stabilization
- How and why low back strengthening of the musculature around the SI Joint and spinal movements thelp regain symmetry in the SI Joint.
- and more…
|Module 1||Handout: SI Joint Instability/Displacement|
|Unit 1||Handout: SI Joint Instability/Displacement|
|Module 2||Video Workshop Lectures|
|Unit 1||Video: SI Joint Instability and Displacement - An Anatomical View|
|Unit 2||Video: SI Joint Dysfunction Deep Dive Causes and Precautions|
|Unit 3||Video: Deep Dive on SI Joint Poses and Sequences|
|Module 3||Asana Practices|
|Unit 1||SI Joint Asana Practice 1 - Prone and Supine Poses|
|Unit 2||SI Joint Asana Practice 2 - Standing Poses|
|Unit 3||SI Joint Asana Practice 3 -Sequenced Practice|
|Module 4||Video Vignette Library: Yoga for the SI Joint|
|Unit 1||Video Vignette Library: Yoga for the SI Joint|
|Module 5||Quiz: SI Joint Instability/Displacement|
|Unit 1||Quiz: SI Joint Instability/Displacement|
Could the common Yoga poses you do in your Yoga practice be aggravating your SI Joint? Learn what standing Yoga poses you should avoid when your SI Joint is flared up and why certain seated poses can be the most detrimental of all.