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Here's the article we talk of today about mat arrangements. I think it's trying to limit videos done this way.
I woke up this morning ready to take on the world. Then a tiny thought popped into my head. People who have pain don't wake like that. They cannot wake and wrestle the tiger. Today is a good day for me so the tigers nearby had better watch out.
For those feeling a little less than stellar may I be so bold as to recommend a site for some natural healing? Most doctors will not tell you about this possibly because they don't know anything about natural healing.
The link is below and it shows you how to make a castor oil compress or wrap. Castor oil can help with all sorts of muscular or joint pain. I usually do a wrap (with a heating pad is always better for me).
I need to take care of my knee, shoulder, back or wrist daily, I keep some by the toilet. When I use the bathroom I see it there. I put a few drops in my hand and warm it slightly with some frisky rubbing between hands. Then rub it into the joint that hurts. I do this in excess of 10 times a day sometimes on my knee, wrist, low back....you name it. It's even good for scars and hair growth.
Oil is messy so beware. Don't do this if you are wearing your favorite outfit. In my personal experience when I do this I feel better.
I also take a lot of turmeric (as it is the best anti-inflammatory out there).
Here's the site on how to make a pack. The Wellness Mama has great information on homemade cleaning supplies and many other more natural less toxic things:
For all of you who love AP and especially for the YTT students. Please review this great video on the spine. So much info easily presented by the wonderful people at Spine-Health.
Sartorius Muscle Anatomy: Origin, Insertion, & ActionSartorius Muscle Anatomy Study
Origin: Inferior portion of the anterior superior iliac spine and the area just below it plus the sacrum
Insertion: Upper medial surface of tibial shaft at the tibial flare
Action: Assists with hip flexion, knee flexion, medial rotation of the knee, lateral rotation of the hip
Synergist: Iliopsoas, Pectineus, Tensor fasciae latae, Adductor brevis.
Primary Actions of the Sartorius:
I just came across this page and found it to be very informative AP wise. If you are into Anatomy, check it out.
Debbie Krejci E-RYT
Yoga Teacher Training Mexico, Costa Rica, Sri Lanka
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