Posts Tagged ‘yoga teacher training’

 

3 Great Tips To Make Your Warrior Two Solid As A Rock (No More Surfing)!

Always consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise or exercise program. Do you feel wobbly in your Warrior 2? Try not to feel bad because it happens to a lot of people. Even seasoned yogis … including me. The good news is I’m going to provide you with three powerful […]

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Happy Spine (Easy Mobility For Your Entire Back)

Always consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise or exercise program. Have you heard this quote from Joseph Pilates? “You’re only as young as your spine is flexible.” There are similar quotes floating around attributed to different teachers from different schools. The message is clear: Take care of your spine. […]

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Clicking Hips? This May Help

Always consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise or exercise program. Do your hips click? Sometimes the muscles in the front of your legs (the hip flexors) may be weak. Or they’re just not used to pulling their own weight … so to speak 🙂 Even if your hips don’t […]

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Yoga Warm Up (Half Sun Salute)

Always consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise or exercise program. Do Sun Salutes seem a little “much” for you sometimes? It’s normal to feel that way. Every now and then, you need a break from the push-ups, the updog, and the downdog. Maybe you’re not ready (yet) for a […]

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Yoga Abs (By Request)

Always consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise or exercise program. “What’s a good move for my abs?” It’s a great question I get a lot. And most folks are surprised when I suggest something as simple as the Dead Bug … simple .. but not easy. 1) Lie flat […]

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How To Keep Your Hands And Wrists Healthy

Always check with your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise program. Do you use your hands a lot? In this day and age the answer is a resounding YES! It’s that way for everyone. Simple repetitive daily activities such as texting, typing, holding a steering wheel, etc. can create imbalances between opposing […]

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