Stan Andrzejewski

STAN ANDRZEJEWSKI is the founder of Greater Baltimore Yoga. He was certified in the Iyengar tradition in 1988 while a student of John Schumacher, but now considers Victor van Kooten as his main inspiration. He integrates 34 years of experience as a physical therapist into his 21 years of teaching yoga. He works with people with orthopedic and neurologic problems in his private practice. He has trained many yoga teachers through his apprenticeship program.

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    August 16, 2007
    The following Yoga Anatomy article is an in-depth analysis of how improper spinal alignment and lack of awareness to the scapular region leads to chronic neck and shoulder pain. This article offers guidance in applying correctional cues in your...
    Yoga Anatomy
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    February 17, 2006
    This article is about Hatha Yoga as Physical Therapy for Low Back Pain. Another cause of low back pain is lumbar facet and sacro-ilial joint compression in extension. This mechanical stress to the joints inflames the surrounding tissue, including...
    Yoga Anatomy
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    January 27, 2006
    This article is about the anatomy of the Spine. A basic vertebra is comprised of a bony block and a bony ring. The block is sandwiched between disks. The ring houses the precious spinal cord. The ring consists of 2 pedicles, 2 lamina, 1 spinous...
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    January 27, 2006
    The human spine is a segmental structure, consisting of 7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacral [fused], and 4 coccygeal [fused] vertebrae. Of course, the sacral and coccygeal "vertebrae" are considered part of the pelvic girdle as sacrum and...
    Yoga Anatomy
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    January 15, 2006
    The following article is an in-depth analysis (anatomy and mechanical function), of the pelvis and lower verterbral structures. To assist your reading, understanding, and application of the following information, you may want to refer to a detailed...

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