Posts Tagged ‘winter garden yoga’

 

How She Put Herself Together (After The Gym Tore Her Apart)

Want to hear a great story? Like so many people, Sandra thought she was doing the right thing. She went to a gym, hired a trainer, and did the work. Sounds reasonable, right? But what if the well meaning trainer is injuring you? What if they won’t modify your workout to meet your specific needs? […]

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Be Careful When You Hear These Words

“What type of yoga do you teach?” It’s a fair question I get a lot. A fair answer I give is, “We teach our own method of yoga, called Functional Yoga Instruction.” “What’s that?” The usual follow-up. “Imagine yoga and physical therapy getting married. If they had a child, it would be Functional Yoga Instruction.” […]

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FYI. What Is It?

What is Functional Yoga Instruction? Functional Yoga Instruction is a cutting edge approach to the ancient art of hatha yoga. After experiencing pain in my wrists, shoulders, hips, and knees from doing yoga, I developed FYI. Imagine yoga and physical therapy getting married and having a kid… that’s Functional Yoga Instruction. When I applied the […]

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Jedi Mind: [The Definitive Guide]

You probably know about many ways of developing an unshakable mind, but I’ve assembled a sure-fire three step process in this definitive guide. One is super easy. One will take some time and practice. One is hard to believe it’s possible. But they’re all here. Step One – Begin In A Cave Meditation is the […]

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That Isn’t Yoga. This Is.

What is yoga? One definition from Merriam Webster’s Dictionary states, “a system of exercises for attaining bodily or mental control and well-being.” Another popular definition is yoga means to “yoke” or unite the body and mind. Both are valid responses. But let’s get a little more specific. Is yoga the postures? According to fitness expert, […]

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3 Small Ways To Break Free From Your Big Rut

Is this you? The alarm goes off. Crawl out of bed. Must have coffee. Get ready for work. Go to work. Work. Come home. Repeat. You’re not alone. A lot of people share the same bleak story. I did, too. I worked in the corporate world for over 15 years. And every now and then […]

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