Posts Tagged ‘tips’

 

The Quickest Reset (Good For Your Posture)

Want to try a quick reset? The first time I heard the term “reset” came from Tim Anderson’s excellent book, Original Strength. Tim was inspired by watching his son develop the ability to move. He watched as his son learned to lift his head, then roll across the ground, get to all fours, crawl, and […]

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How To Get Better At Yoga Faster (It’s not what you think)

“How can I get better faster?” As a teacher, I think this is a great question because it tells me the student is serious about their practice. Most students are eager to improve and get to the next level. It’s normal for everyone to feel this way. But sometimes in our pursuit for greatness, we […]

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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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The One Thing You’re Not Doing To Improve Your Triangle

Does this sound familiar? You show up to class. You get your blood flowing with the warm up, and you start your practice. Oh boy. Here comes triangle pose. Again. Sometimes it feels like there’s nothing more you can get from triangle pose. And that’s normal because, after all, you’ve done this yoga posture a thousand […]

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The Sure Fire Way You Always Triumph (Or Fail)

*Sigh* When it comes to health and wellness… Have you ever wondered why some people seem to fail and some people seem to triumph? I wonder about it, too. Why do some clients do well with weight loss or muscle tone? Why do other clients fail? What’s the difference between the two? They’re given a plan. They’re […]

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