Structural Yoga relies on a deep respect for the body's innate capacity for safe, healthy movement and healing. This is a way of teaching that invites the body to find its own optimal way of moving and building strength, without the use of hands-on corrections that might ultimately hinder self-awareness. It promotes the slow, careful development of the muscle structures that are needed to develop a full yoga practice. Sequenced movements known as the Joint-Freeing series are integrated into the practice to improve circulation, and to strengthen and free all the joints in the body.
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