The Incredible SI Joint:
Positive Perspectives on Yoga and Movement
with Jules Mitchell & Kathryn Bruni-Young
Jules Mitchell and Kathryn Bruni-Young combine forces to deliver an online course that examines sacroiliac joint function and painful responses often occurring in yoga and related movement modalities.
Six part online course.
Lecture presentation outlining anatomy, biomechanics, pain science, evolution and technical information about the SI joint.
Five practice videos highlighting different elements of the practice including breathing, somatic movement, strength training, non-linear movement and yoga poses.
PDF manual to go along with all the movements.
PDF slide deck of our lecture presentation.
Additional resources to help you get the most out of the course.
Over two hours of video content.
The Incredible SI JOINT
Jules Mitchell and Kathryn Bruni-Young combine forces to deliver an online course that examines sacroiliac joint function and painful responses often occurring in yoga and related movement modalities. As research advances, conventional ideas are questioned, allowing for fresh perspectives in joint health and self-reliance in the management of pain. With Kathryn’s passion for strength training and Jules extensive background in biomechanics, together they have created a course that offers breathing practices, exploratory movements, and yoga approaches specifically designed to create a positive movement environment. Teachers and students alike will enjoy their uncomplicated approach that allows for and encourages individualized progressions and variations. While programming suggestions are included, enough freedom is granted to satisfy all fitness levels and a spectrum of symptoms.
- Understanding of anatomy biomechanics specifically related to the SI joint.
- Why we can’t make assumptions about people’s pain.
- Movements and yoga poses to bring strength and relief to the SI joints.
- How to bring dynamic novel movements into the practice to have fun, adapt to new stimulus and (hopefully) experience less pain.
- Why alignment isn’t as important as we once thought.
- How to tailor the practice to meet YOUR individual needs.
- How strength improves tissue health, confidence and makes you feel more capable.
Video curriculum includes:
- Video #1 Breathing Practices
- Video #2 Somatic Warm-Ups
- Video #3 Resistance Exercises
- Video #4 Nonlinear Exercises
- Video #5 Yoga Explorations
- PDF manual supplement to all videos
Theory component includes:
- Audio lecture with slides
- PDF of complete slide deck
About Kathryn and Jules
Kathryn and Jules first met when Jules appeared as a guest on Kathryn’s Mindful Strength Podcast where they shared an immediate respect for each other’s work. While Kathryn focuses more on the strength training aspects of mindful movement practices, Jules empowers yoga teachers with education that challenges the conventional yoga script. They share many of the same philosophies while maintaining their individual voices. Together these two women deliver a powerful course for students and teachers of yoga and other movement practices.
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Kathryn Bruni-Young (she/her) has been teaching yoga and strength based movement since the age of 17. She began practicing Ashtanga at her mother’s studio in Toronto, and after experiencing some aches and pains decided to branch out and learn from other movement modalities. To date she has competed as a strength athlete, immersed herself in pain science and multidisciplinary movement education, sustained a successful podcast, led international workshops, and she continues to run an online business with her partner Kyle. Her main influences are Greg Lehman, Jules Mitchell, Neil Pearson, Ido Portal and all the guests she hosts on her podcast.
Kyle Pichie (he/him) has been teaching strength and conditioning since 2004, he has taught CrossFit, personal training, group fitness and he continues to run a youth weightlifting club. Kyle completed Kathryn’s YTT in 2014, and combines elements of his strength background with a more mindful and inclusive approach to exercise. He has years of experience training people in a gym setting, and offers more of a mindful workout approach. Kyle has taken over everything from shooting classes to video editing, technical support and podcast production for Mindful Strength. Kathryn and Kyle live in a countryside village in eastern Ontario (Canada), they travel together for international workshops, teach classes in their community, and produce a number of online courses, teacher education programs, and the Mindful Strength Membership.