Yoga Fix

6 Saturdays, 36 hours, Sept 23, 30, Oct. 21, 28, Nov 11, 18
With Diane Bruni and Dr. Raza Awan

Yoga Fix is my attempt to build healthy bridges between the yoga, movement, and rehab worlds. We will deconstruct yoga poses and examine ways to reduce harm and increase longevity. This course will help yoga teachers understand the basics of biomechanics and injury prevention…

The Cues We Used to Use

With Diane Bruni and Matthew Remski
Friday 16, June 2017

Over the last five years, the basic movement principles of modern yoga have been placed on notice by a flood of injury reports from long-term practitioners, plus the community’s increasing openness to the movement research that’s standard in other disciplines. Diane Bruni has helped facilitate this revolution on both fronts. Her transparency about her own yoga-related pain and injury has inspired thousands to get honest in an industry famous for just breathing through it. And her tireless research into all aspects of movement has helped thousands more expand their definitions of what yogic embodiment might mean…

Realigning Yoga

New Directions in Yoga Anatomy and Movement Research
An Online Course

This online program features 9 leading experts in the field of yoga exploring the newest developments in anatomy, biomechanics, movement and stretching.

A concise and in depth exploration presented by  some of the leading yoga experts. Trina will be presenting Biomechanical exercise principles that allow you to regress or progress ANY exercise, pose or human movement…

MOVEMENT RESEARCH INTENSIVE  – (MRI) IN PERSON

6 Sundays, 36 hours, Sept. 24, Oct. 1, 22, 29 Nov. 12, 19

EXPANDING YOUR MOVEMENT REPERTOIRE OFF THE MAT

The MRI series is for anyone interested in the building blocks of movement, and may specifically appeal to yoga practitioners, dancers, and body workers. We’ll analyze and practice simple movements like rolling over, crawling, sitting, squatting, and walking, in conjunction with DNS breathing, to create a movement practice that is transferable to daily life.

We’ll also practice general principles of movement such as undulations, oscillations, elastic recoil, falling, and moving through spirals, figure eights, and circles…

This 12 week Movement Intensive has forever changed my life & the way I teach & view movement. Diane is a major inspiration to me in my journey. I have always admired her for her playful spirit, raw honesty & brave Heart! If you are looking to move more organically through daily life, I highly suggest you check this out:)

Kristy

Diane Bruni’s 12 week MRI course benefited my life personally in so many ways, which I didn’t anticipate going into the class. It allowed me to be more self expressive & really experience movement in a way that feels good & natural. It wasn’t just about yoga or functional movement for me. It helped me grow as a person.

Mayumi

Although I wasn’t able to complete the course in person, the virtual option was a perfect way to learn & grow my own personal practice at my own pace, as well as give my students some fresh & exciting forms of movement! I’m so thankful that there is an option to learn such groundbreaking material from a reputable & respected teacher in our community!

Lauren

MOVEMENT RESEARCH INTENSIVE  – (MRI) – ONLINE

With Diane Bruni
12 classes $120

Please join me as I guide a group of curious movers through a 12-part series on the basic movements of childhood development, dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS) breathing, fascia release, and somatic sensing. This course is based on scientific studies and principles, but also experimental and exploratory.

The MRI series is for anyone interested in the building blocks of movement, and may specifically appeal to yoga practitioners, dancers, and body workers. We’ll analyze and practice simple movements like rolling over, crawling, sitting, squatting, and walking, in conjunction with DNS breathing, to create a movement practice that is transferable to daily life.

We’ll also practice general principles of movement such as undulations, oscillations, elastic recoil, falling, and moving through spirals, figure eights, and circles. We’ll explore body puzzles that challenge us to think outside the box, finding solutions to movement riddles. These puzzles are wonderful ways to create a sense of connection in groups, as the individual becomes part of the whole, sharing an experience of the group moving together.

There will be some partnering exercises, exploring touch as a medium for deepening our capacity to heal and be healed. Upon finishing the course you will have more ideas, experiences and practices in your toolbox, which you can easily integrate into your own classes.

Expand your movement & yoga vocabulary

The Natural Hand

Intro to the Training Intensive

Shaking Medicine and Yoga

Shaking, rocking, vibration, oscillating and undulating are natural…

Yoga and Movement Retreat in Mexico

With Diane Bruni and Ruth Douthwright February 12 - 19, 2017 Puerto…

Emerging Trends in the Yoga Industry

Some of you know me from your days at Downward Dog Yoga, the…

J. BROWN YOGA TALKS PODCAST

Diane Bruni - “Ashtanga Unveiled” - First Ashtanga Yoga Teacher…

Podcast - Kent Brun Interviews Diane Bruni - Part 2

https://soundcloud.com/kentbrunpodcast/diane-bruni-returns-2…

Podcast - Andrew Parr Interviews Diane Bruni

Being Curious: The Life and Wisdom of  The Yoga Mom, Diane Bruni Recorded…

Podcast - Kent Brun Interviews Diane Bruni - Part 1

https://soundcloud.com/kentbrunpodcast/diane-bruni-2015-09-2…

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After recent news about Kino MacGregor’s hip injury, I did…