Danas, kao i svakog sljedećeg ponedjeljka i četvrtka, ako ne pada kiša i dok ne nađem dvoranu, vodim yogu u Maksimiru preko puta Mogile od 17,45 do 18,45, uz crnogorični šumarak. Detalji u jednom od prethodnih postova.
Provjerite što će se dogoditi pozdravljate li Sunce 30 dana. Izgradite zdravu naviku!
Na svom youtube kanalu svaki dan ću pokazivati varijante Pozdrava Suncu i objašnjavati manje poznate detalje (na engleskom). Podučavam biomehanički utemeljenu inačicu, koliko sam otkrio i bližu prvoj zapisanoj varijanti Pozdrava Suncu. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_3vXma_VVP1SuDAT5eBlEA/
Počinjemo 1.10.! I kasnije svakog prvog u mjesecu.
1) Zapratite moj kanal na youtubeu. 2) Podijelite ovaj post na svom Facebooku i/ili Instagramu. 3) Pozdravite Sunce barem šest puta dnevno. 4) Na netu vodite dnevnik prakse, kratko zabilježite dojmove te tegirajte post s #30danapozdravasuncu #sunsalutationchallenge.
Music by Bebe na Vole https://www.youtube.com/user/bebenavole
Find out what will happen if saluting the Sun thirty days. Build a healthy habit!
Each day on my youtube channel I’ll show versions and details of Sun Salutations. I fine-tuned the movement biomechanicaly, and it is also closer to the original, first recorded Salutation. We start on each 1st of the month. October the 1st is the first round.
1) Subscribe to my youtube channel. 2) Share this on your facebook and/or instagram. 3) Salute the Sun at least six times a day. 4) Each day make a note on the net, maybe short impression and tag with #sunasalutationchallenge #30danapozdravasuncu
Music by Bebe na Vole https://www.youtube.com/user/bebenavole
YOGA! Vodim u Maksimiru od ponedjeljka 21.9. Nađemo se na livadi ispod Mogile uz crnogorični šumarak prema Bukovačkoj, od 17,45 do 18,45. Drugi termin je četvrtak u isto vrijeme. Tamo sam bilo sunce ili oblaci, ako propaduje ne. https://goo.gl/maps/4CBYsiRx9R4trod46
Kretanje je neobično važno za imunitet i zdravlje općenito, pa ću svaki sat završiti kratkom šetnjom od dvadesetak minuta na kojoj ću reći nešto o teoriji i praksi hodanja, a iz svog tečaja Život u pokretu.
Kad će vrtić smjeti iznajmiti dvoranu selimo se. Za prvu ruku snimat ću sat i objavljivati ga u Google Classroomu, kasnije ću ga vjerojatno prenositi uživo. Mjesečna članarina dok smo u parku je 250 kn, za dvoje i više 200. Drop in 30 kn. Isto preko neta. Ako pada kiša, snimam sat pa ništa ne propuštate.
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Undogmatic yoga informed by the anatomy and biomechanics. Dynamic, but not overtaxing. It is not about reaching the edge, well tempered movement is essential here. Develops general leg and glutes strength, good if you want to increase your daily steps. If in doubt, skip the exercise or do less repetitions. Beginner to intermediate level, no sweat required. This series is easy on the knees, no bends more than 90 and no kneeling.
After practicing, treat yourself to music from my friends
Danijel Dubičanac Yoga / Thai Yoga Curriculum Vitae
1993-1996 yoga and meditation self-practice
1996 Yoga Pravesh Course, Tapovan, India with prof. Laxmankumar V.S.
1997 Certified in Sivananda yoga, Rishikesh, India with Swami Krishna.
2005 Studying with Boris Georgiev, David Williams (ashtanga vinyasa)
2006 Studying hatha yoga in Iyengar tradition with Kate Foley.
2006-2007 Basic and advanced Thai Yoga Massage courses, International Society of Thai Yoga Massage, Croatian branch led by Davor Haber
2007, 2008, 2009 Acro yoga workshops with Adam Rinder
2009, 2010, 2011 THAI International Retreat, island of Iž, Croatia
2010 Myofascial Thai bodywork with Howard Evans
2011 Certified as practitioner of Thai acupressure for orthopedic disorders with Noam Tyroler
2012 Instructor certification in Thai acupressure for orthopedic disorders with Noam Tyroler
2012 Acrobatics and kids yoga in Nairobi, Kenya
2013 Craniosacral therapy with Howard Evans
2014, 2015 Osteothai module 1 and 2 with David Lutt
2016 Biodynamic craniosacral therapy module 1 with Howard Evans
2016 Tok Sen with Davor Habor
2017 Biodynamic craniosacral therapy module 2 with Howard Evans
2017 EU recognised certification for Yoga and Pilates instructor at Magistra, Zagreb
2020 6 Critical Problems in Modern Yoga…and How to Work with Them with Matthew Remski
Teaching hatha yoga courses since 1997. Working with mixed age groups and skill levels, I’ve developed an individual approach to teaching asana. Along with general hatha yoga courses, I have been giving yoga-based workshops: yoga for the office, yoga for healthy bones, yoga for pregnancy, antistress yoga, tibetan pranayama.
Since 2004: teaching yoga and giving massage treatments to Zagreb Youth Theatre actors. http://www.zekaem.hr/
Baš sve je u classroom.google.com, uz pristupni kod 3zfk3ei . Nakon objave SVI videi ostaju DOSTUPNI CIJELO VRIJEME, do sada ih je preko 70, uz 5 novih sati svaki tjedan. Linkove nalazite u Classroomu (obavijesti dolaze i na mail) ili na tamošnjim playlistama, kako vam je zgodnije. Ništa ne ide uživo i ne nestaje. Vježbajte kad god vam paše, svaki dan novo ili koji put ponovite.
Podržite predloženom članarinom ili donirajte koliko možete izdvojiti. Tko je u frci, neka slobodno koristi bez plaćanja ili mi se javi za razmjenu vještina, dosta mi možete pomoći i uz računalo.
Hvala vam i ako podijelite ovaj post, puno bi mi značilo.
Roughly 300 million people practice yoga in the world today and it seems those over 50 are especially drawn to it, their numbers tripling from 2014 to 2018. Yoga has entered mainstream long ago, so people have learned about it even if they didn’t have time for practice. With kids leaving home and/or parents’ retirement, huge numbers of not-so-young show(ed) up in classes. Benefits are many: I’ll just point out increased mobility, bone density, better proprioception which could mean a difference between life and death in unintentional falls, the leading cause of injury death among those 65 years and older.
Hatha Yoga Pradipika 1.64. says one can succeed in all yogas through energetic practice, even if one is old and very old. What would be energetic practice for someone 65+? Clearly there are many approaches, not all of them successful. Take a look at this graph first, taken from “Yoga-Related Injuries in the United States From 2001 to 2014” paper.
Orange line paints a bleak picture. Injuries in 65+ population went up 8,4 times in just thirteen years. If you go to the original paper, there’s another graphic tracking injury by site. Trunk and shoulders. Trunk and shoulders will get you (“doors and corners” if you’re an Expanse fan, too).
One explanation could be lack of competent teachers. The other could be practitioners’ unrealistic expectations, but those should be recognized and checked by teacher, so back to one. Third, could be systemic. If asanas with ancient patina, like those from Hatha Yoga Pradipika, are perceived within the given “traditional” system as cure-all, novice teacher could find himself teaching older people with the best of intentions, and yet lead them into injury.
Imagine 65+ novice yoga student’s spine and joints after lifetime of wild (long uninterrupted) sitting in this classic asana series. By the way, this was my first yoga practice, still love the effects, but I teach none of those postures to resemble what is shown here, no matter the age (with the exception of headstand if one can transfer almost all weight from head to the forearms).
I don’t have the resources to make fair comparison of styles and their understanding of postural yoga effects on ageing body, so I’ll offer some thoughts that served me well so far.
* Question everything
Be critical to claims, even if they come from studies. Learn how to spot the bad study.
* If possible, aim for stable leg balances
Help your older students maintain or regain strength. One of my 70+ students got hit by bike. Guess who was left standing?
* Dont load the spine unless it is actively stabilized
Shoulderstand, plough, fish, passive twist without resistance are inferior to viparita karani, flexed knees forward fold, bird-dog and all actively resisted twists.
*If in doubt, let them rest
Only benefits here.
* Constantly upgrade your knowledge and adapt your teaching
And diversify your sources, too!
* Break out of the tradition
Reading and learning about physical rehabilitation, sports recreation, anything about avoiding injuries has greatly helped me teach mixed classes, from giving more exact verbal cues to eliminating postures that are done just for aesthetics or challenge.
Ilica 42, Govinda, mjesto svjesnog pokreta i daha
<–u dvorištu prije stepenica lijevo
Na ovoj radionici podučavam dvadesetak jednostavnih tehnika jogijske masaže za potpune početnike te praktičare drugih stilova. Dobro ste došli sami ili u paru. Dobit ćete priručnik sa svim tehnikama.
Pravilno izvedena jogijska masaža je kao idealno pogođen sat joge. Primatelji poslije masaže osjećaju dotok energije. Vodi Danijel Dubičanac, učitelj joge i tajlandske akupresure za bolna stanja mišićnokoštanog sustava. Predložena donacija za radionicu je 120kn.Ponesite
1) čiste čarape i
2) maramice za dezinfekciju, nakon rada na stoplima i dlanovima, a prije rada na glavi.
Hatha Yoga Pradipika 1.12. ( Translation by Brian Dana Akers ) states “the hatha yogi should live in a secluded hut…”. In 1.15. one of the reasons for failing in yoga is socializing, which by the standards of every society means talking and noise (apart from the one Jules Verne imagined where people in conversation thought about their replies for hours).
Recent findings in neurobiology suggest that regenerated brain cells may just be a matter of silence. If our brains act similar to mices’, two hours of silence would be enough to boost the growth of new cells in hippocampus, region of brain associated with memory, learning and emotion.
In a resting state brain is integrating new experiences and information. This is called “default state”. Quote from Frontiers in Human Neuroscience : “the brain’s default mode network “is observed most closely during the psychological task of reflecting on one’s personalities and characteristics (self-reflection), rather than during self-recognition, thinking of the self-concept, or thinking about self-esteem”.
Which could mean that without a quite place and time we lose the ability of reflecting upon ourselves, left to worries about self-concept, self-esteem, problems so visible and amplified on social networks. Which filter should I choose to look the best? Which pose to perform? Wonder if this will be my most liked post?
If we compare noise pollution of 15th century India with today’s city rumble, we can ask ourselves, how many benefits of solitary practice in a secluded, quiet place are we missing, even if yoga studio or our home are somewhat silent?
If you read to here, I recommend you search for other benefits of silence. I have no time to list them all and I guess you will remember them better if you invest some time in discovering.
What can we do?
I find relief in long silent nature walks. In woods, there is more than silence: Japanese scientists have coined the term forest baths, shinrin-yoku. Special chemicals released by flora fight off bacteria and lift the mood. Supposably three hours in the woods will keep the mood elevated for six to seven days.
Even if going with friends refrain from talking. Choose roads less walked. In most countries hikers greet each other. Hundreds of years ago woods were more dangerous, even a simple fall might have endanger life, so there was good logic in greeting everyone. Today, on popular track to Puntijarka which I visit less and less, come Saturday or Sunday at least 50 passers-by will greet you if you start early, over 100 otherwise. Would be rude not to say anything back, plus with their greeting silence is already gone.
Udruga “Yoga-Zagreb” organizira tečaj tajlandske jogijske masaže: u 50 sati podučavat ću dvjestotinjak zahvata za razne tjelesne građe. Prvo ćete naučiti kako obnoviti izgubljeni refleks opuštanja kod primatelja, a zatim kako ih energizirati. Sve to dok leže na leđima, trbuhu, boku ili sjede, u tretmanima od 30 do 90 minuta.
Tečaj se bazira na miofascijalnom pristupu tradicionalnim tehnikama. Dobit ćete priručnik, knjigu i certifikat o pohađanju.
Između modula bilježite tretmane koje pišem na certifikat.
I 7 i 8.3.
II 28 i 29.3.
III 11 i 12.4. 25 i 26.4. IV 9 i 10.5.
V 23 i 24.5.
Subotom od 9 do 12h te od 13 do 16h,
a nedjeljom od 9 do 11h, pa od 11,30 do 13,30h.
Govinda, Ilica 42.
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