Lara Stapleton |  07946 663 443
International Yoga Teacher and Aromatherapist with a speciality in back pain and injury

Lara Stapleton
07946 663 443
International Yoga Teacher and Aromatherapist with a speciality in back pain and injury

 

What is Scaravelli Inspired Yoga?

 

 

 

What is Scaravelli Inspired Yoga?

Scaravelli Inspired Yoga focuses on the ground, the breath, the spine, expansion and space. Using the earth’s energy to release the weight of of the body towards gravity, creates elongation and spaciousness along the spine and an effortless breath. You will discover a natural ‘wave-like movement’ in your spine. Your mind becomes calm and focused and your body free of tension.

Its a deeply intelligent, nurturing, grounding and primal practice, allowing you to get in contact with your true inner nature without imposing other layers.

Filmed in India while I was teaching a retreat, this promo gives you a deeper insight and understanding into the foundational principles of Scaravelli Inspired Yoga and what a healing practice it is. An invitation of take an inward journey and explore the body and the deep SELF from the inside out without force.

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Scaravelli Inspired Yoga focuses on peeling back the layers and unfolding the body from the inside without force. As you learn to move with the natural flow of the breath and surrender to gravity, it creates a wave like movement in the spine. From the wave, your practice can unfold into beautiful rhythmical spirals and formation … its spontaneous and the breath and spine dance together.

It’s profoundly healing in working with areas of resistance, tension, injury and deep emotional blockages. Its NOT a passive practice, small micro movements or larger wave like movements are taking place inside the body all the time. Your unfolding, unravelling, and unwinding the body…allowing it to go where it wants to go without force or pushing or pulling.

Movement that is born out of the breath has beauty, grace and softness. You are working from the inside out and moving with total awareness through listening and attentiveness … this helps to focus the mind. It’s a meditative practice. There is also a lot of focus on the feet and coming up from the ground into the feet … the legs … the pelvis … to set the spine free. This way of working can be strong but deeply grounding.

“By letting go, giving to the ground, giving to gravity and allowing this unfolding to take place, we are able to attain a greater state of consciousness and freedom, as well as allowing the body to heal from the inside out”.
Lara Stapleton

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