Body by Breath: The Science and Practice of Physical & Emotional Resilience: The Science and Practice of Physical and Emotional Resilience
About this deal
Jill Miller, C-IAYT, ERYT is the co-founder of Tune Up Fitness Worldwide and creator of the self-care fitness formats Yoga Tune Up® and The Roll Model® Method. With more than 30 years of study in anatomy and movement, she is a pioneer in forging relevant links between the worlds of fitness, yoga, massage, athletics and pain management. She is known as the Teacher’s Teacher and has trained thousands of movement educators, clinicians, and manual therapists to incorporate her paradigm shifting self-care fitness programming into athletic and medical facility programs internationally. As the creator of some of the world’s best mobility tools, she has crafted original programs for 24 Hour Fitness, Equinox, YogaWorks, and numerous professional sports teams. She and her team of 500+ trainers help you to live better in your body with an emphasis on proprioception, mobility, breath mechanics and recovery.
Train and modulate your body and nervous system for reduced stress, improved mobility, and whole-body resilience Fueled to understand the science behind her students’ energetic transformations served as the inspiration for Body by Breath. Jill shares, “I needed to find out WHY people felt so much better on every level by using my approach, and in researching it all, I was able to distill the elements that lead to these well-being transformations.” In this review, we will explore how the book ‘Body by Breath’ delves into the profound impact of breath and presents practical techniques to optimise our physiological function and improve the way we live.
As the co-founder of Tune Up Fitness Worldwide and the creator of Yoga Tune Up® and The Roll Model® Method, she has over 30 years of experience in anatomy and movement. Known as the Teacher’s Teacher, she has trained numerous movement educators, clinicians, and manual therapists in her groundbreaking self-care fitness programming, which is used in athletic and medical facility programs worldwide. Although shortness of breath can make things difficult, you can find ways to cope. Living well with breathlessness comes from a combination of accepting that your life has changed, adapting the way you do things, and continuing to take part in activities. For many, deep states of conscious relaxation may seem out of reach, but NSDR is, Miller shares, “done really as the cherry on top for when you work your way through the other tools that have attenuated and adjusted your tolerance for relaxation, so that non-sleep deep rest actually is very fulfilling. And by the way, our non-sleep deep rest is not a traditional, upright, stillness type of meditation.”
In the hierarchy of life, breath always wins. It persists 22,000 times daily, but you get to decide whether the way you breathe is to your benefit or detriment.This book explores four primary types of resilience-building exercises—breathwork, movement, rolling, and non-sleep deep rest—to help you achieve
She has presented case studies at the Fascia Research Congress and International Association of Yoga Therapy conferences. She has the rare ability to translate complex physiological and biomechanical information into accessible, relevant moves that help her students transform pain, dysfunction and injury into robust fitness. Jill is the former anatomy columnist for Yoga Journal Magazine and has been featured in Shape, Men’s Journal, Good Housekeeping, Women’s Health, Yoga Journal, Self, and on the Today Show and Good Morning America. Jill is regularly featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network. She is the creator of dozens of DVD’s including collaborations with Tom Myers, Katy Bowman and Kelly Starrett DPT. She is the author of the internationally bestselling book The Roll Model: A Step by Step Guide to Erase Pain, Improve Mobility and Live Better in your Body and contributed a chapter on SMFR to the medical text book Fascia, Function and Medical Applications. Based in Los Angeles, CA, she is a wife and mother of two small children and is currently writing her second book.Jill Miller has distilled her years of practical work in the field into a reference manual for the modern therapist, parent, or human that respects our intelligence and covers the field with assurance and, best of all, Jill's effervescent humor and disarming honesty.” - Tom Myers