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Video 3: Functional Approach Demo

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      Daphne
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      Am wondering whether there was discussion post-video among Paul and his group about where students were feeling potential for injury? Knees, hips, other, and whether bone/joint-related, or muscle, tendon, ligament-related? Thanks very much, this is so awesome, and am so excited about this program!!

      Daphne
      peace@daphneswancuttyoga.com
      daphneswancuttyoga.com

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      Trish DeThomas
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      Love this! Functional approach makes so much sense!

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      Harley Rinzler
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      @Daphne
      Yes there was discussion! It was fascinating to hear all of the responses because each of them was so different. I was doing some of the practices off camera and got to participate.

      Thanks @Trish for you comment!

      -Tracee

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      @MyMiamiYoga
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      While studying under a couple of teachers/authors specialized in SI Joint dysfunctions, they recommend balancing the pelvis to avoid further damage and pain… now this information contradicts that. Could it be that this is Yin versus a yang practice and the muscular activation?

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