Applied Yoga Hip Mobility
Master Yoga Training for Teachers and all Movement ProfessionalsWatch Promo
The Applied Yoga Hip Mobility Course is an in depth advanced training for all yoga practitioners, teachers and movement professionals.
We use our hips. A lot. Whether it's walking, running, playing sports, doing yoga or sitting at a desk, our hips are involved. Many people suffer from sciatica, impingements, weak glutes and an overall lack of range of motion. In fact, in the US also there were 300,000 hip replacements in 2010!
Our hips need hydration, mobilization and strength training. In this course students are taught to blend traditional asana with functional movement. This allows for the practice to be an assessment and treatment for the entirety of the hip joint. At the end of the course you will have a more profound understanding of the body and a new set of tools to work with pain and dysfunction.
The Applied Yoga Hip Mobility Course is one of a kind in the field of yoga, movement and assessment.
Take a major step in your career and join the increasing community of professionals blending ancient eastern practices with the intelligence of western science.
"Jory offers a depth of knowledge that can only come from direct experience and dedicated self-study. Without fail, every time I practice with him I walk away with new techniques to awaken my body and steady the mind. He naturally weaves together the integrity of all eight limbs of yoga and leads his classes with humor, focus and precision. Jory represents a powerful link in a chain of teachers going back centuries, and is himself, an embodiment of Yoga."
- Kevin Courtney, Yoga Teacher
What You Will Learn
The Applied Yoga Hip Mobility Course will show you how to assess and treat the ball and socket joint known as the hip. You'll also learn how to increase functional motor control: the core component to muscular health.
We cover why it's important to do more than just passive yoga poses as too much of this can actually lead to injury! And you'll learn proper alignment of the important therapy poses and how to detect dysfunction.
In this program you'll learn how to work with:
- Limited ROM in the hips
- How to assess and treat motor control issues
- The benefit of isometrics for muscular activation
- What are the ranges of motion available to the hip and how do we assess them?
- Some of the best ways to strengthen the ABductors
- How to stretch and open up the groins
- Techniques to work with sciatica, hip pinch and other dysfunctions...
Ultimately, the end goal of this program is to help you become the best yoga teacher possible, get more students and more referrals for private clients.
Jory Serota is the founder of the Applied Yoga Seminars. He is a pioneer in establishing the connections between yoga, physical therapy, personal training and therapeutic movement. He has over 20 years of experience in kinesiology and various movement disciplines, including being a competitive tennis player and collegiate ultimate frisbee player.
Jory is also NeuroKinetic Therapy Instructor. He has trained thousands of yoga teachers and bodyworkers and is an influential figure in shifting the movement and therapy paradigm. He has a unique ability to make complex bio-mechanical information accessible to anyone and help transform people’s pain, dysfunction and injury.
Known for his knowledge of anatomy, Jory combines a precise and direct approach to teaching with his kind and warm sense of humor.
StartHip 1. Supine Hip Circles (6:04)
StartHip 2. Closing Angle Pain: Block Lunge (4:03)
StartHip 3. Supine Hamstring Stretch. Supta Padangusthasana 1-3. Passive and Active (6:23)
StartHip 4. Hip Distraction from Supta Pada 1-3 (5:51)
StartHip 5. Supine Hip Circles with Straight Leg (6:30)
StartHip 6. Abduction, Fire Hydrants and Goddess Pose (10:31)
StartHip 7. Hip Circles and Joint Articulation From Table (6:47)
StartHip 8. 90:90 Internal and External Rotation (6:15)
StartHip 9. Prone Internal Rotation and Isometric Introduction (7:49)
StartHip 10. Half Moon (Ardha Chandrasana) and Abduction Strength (4:37)
StartHipBonus 1. External Rotation From Simple Crossed Legs (1:49)
StartHipBonus 2. External Rotation with a block (1:46)