Sensoria Yoga- Interview with Nonie


Sensoria Yoga- Interview with Nonie

We caught up with Nonie to dive into deeper a deeper understanding of the workings of Sensoria Yoga.

1) My leg twitched in Nidra the other day is that the same thing as a ‘neurogenic’ tremor?

No, twitches fall under the classification of fasciculation. When the skeletal muscles of the body (which are under the ‘voluntary’ control of the somatic nervous system which contains sensory & motor nerves) relax the body may experience ‘twitches’ which will stop when the muscle is once again contracted.

Fasciculation ~ a brief, spontaneous contraction affecting a small number of muscle fibers, often causing a flicker of movement under the skin.

2) Reading a past blog I read that you began your journey to sensoria yoga with your mother practicing ‘rag doll’ could you explain a bit more about this?

As a child, my nightly routine included my mother leading me through an exercise which would now be referred to as a ‘felt sense’. She called this the ‘rag-doll’ due to the deep calm it evoked.

Felt Sense ~ is the embodiment (bringing awareness inside the body) of one’s ever-changing sensory/energetic/emotional landscape. The felt sense moves our focus from actions and things happening outside us in the world to qualities of our present, internal experience (e.g. textures, colours, sensations). 3) could you explain fascia and it’s importance? Fascia ~ a band or sheet of connective tissue, primarily collagen, beneath the skin that attaches, stabilizes, encloses, and separates muscles and other internal organs. Fascia is one of the least understood tissues in the body. Just as vital as bone and muscle, fascia permeates nearly every aspect of the human form. Healthy fascia is as important to

3) Could you explain fascia and it’s importance? Fascia ~ a band or sheet of connective tissue, primarily collagen, beneath the skin that attaches, stabilizes, encloses, and separates muscles and other internal organs. Fascia is one of the least understood tissues in the body. Just as vital as bone and muscle, fascia permeates nearly every aspect of the human form. Healthy fascia is as important to

Fascia ~ a band or sheet of connective tissue, primarily collagen, beneath the skin that attaches, stabilizes, encloses, and separates muscles and other internal organs. Fascia is one of the least understood tissues in the body. Just as vital as bone and muscle, fascia permeates nearly every aspect of the human form. Healthy fascia is as important to well-being as healthy muscles; fascial imbalances can lead to a host of physical problems, from chronic pain to limited range of motion. Fasica, as meridians, is of extreme importance as it carries energy (chi) to all areas of the body. If this is disrupted it can cause mild to extreme disease within the body. 4) will I relive a past trauma? No, the amazing thing with neurogenic tremor is that you will not relive a trauma. You may experience feelings that were associated with the original trauma, but you will not relive any memories.

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