Healthy Movement can be defined as "a little bit of movement in a lot of places", not a lot of force transmitted through one joint or one muscle group. It's a balance of the integrity of tension on all sides, not just one; it's integrated; it's embodied; it's moving.
Jason's perspective on Myofascial Movement - initiating movement along kinetic chains, or anatomy trains - is heavily influenced by the work of Tom Meyers, Jill Miller, Amy Matthews, Leslie Kaminoff, and Sadie Nardini.
This can stem from just being aware of an overly aggressive area of the body and consciously relaxing it. This could centre around sensitivitiy to an underdeveloped region and progressively strengthing it's communication within that articulation. Or, this could be about redefining how we move, how we transition, how we sink into conversations with our body that have become mindless and dismissed.
It goes beyond just using conditioning techniques to train functional movement within yoga.
It's about diving under the surface and taking ownership of what we find beneath the surface.
It's about noticing and identifying patterns (both positive and challenign) in our behaviour.
It's about waking up to self-love and befriending the body you're in.
It's about truly living in our skin.