Incorporating FRC Into Yoga Classes with Clayton Weakley

Have you been hearing yoga teacher friends talk about PAILs and RAILs and CARs and 90/90 and you’re feeling a little left out because you have no idea what they’re talking about? No worries… we’re going to fix that today! Clayton Weakley is a friend of mine and while he started his teaching career as a Yoga Tune Up teacher he now works as a Functional Range Conditioning movement coach. We’ve got him on the podcast sharing tons of great ideas for incorporating FRC into yoga classes!

In this episode you’ll hear:

  • what Functional Range Conditioning, or FRC®, is and how it is different from other mobility systems
  • an explanation of the basic principles of FRC like:
    • CARs– Controlled Articular Rotations
    • PAILs — progressive angular isometric loading
    • RAILs — regressive angular isometric loading
  • how FRC is different from PNF Stretching
  • why mobility training, body control and joint strength are ideas yoga teachers should be thinking about
  • some simple ways that yoga teachers could start to incorporate these principles into their teaching

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Also! Yoga Detour Online Training is now open…

After teaching a sold out crowd in the fall my friends over at Yoga Detour are opening up registration again for their online course on March 22nd and class starts April 1st! Detour Method Online bridges the gap between the yoga you know and love with all the other stuff you know the body needs in addition to yoga like strength work, mobility training and overall feel good movement. It includes live calls with Detour founder Cecily Milne  (you can check out her interview on The Mentor Sessions right here if you don’t already know her!) and DMO Alumni, plus a bunch of amazing bonuses like audio classes and downloadable resources. You can find out more about the course by checking out their website here and use the code “mentor” at checkout to get $50 off your registration!

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