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I love pilates roll-ups. Sometimes in Yoga Sculpt I even have us do super slow roll-ups (roll a little bit down and hold, little bit further and hold, all the way down, and then come up a little bit and hold, up a little bit and hold, all the way back up…major shaking, and it’s...
A common question I field in my Beginner’s Workshops is how often to practice yoga. While there is no standard recommendation, here’s my take. Hope to have you join me for class soon! Further, if you are just starting a yoga practice, it’s important that you feel safe in doing so. I put together a...
If you read my blog post about reclaiming the sigh, you might enjoy this vlog as well — never hurts to have a reminder! 🙂 Sigh away, friends.
Rounding the shoulders and slouching over a computer is something most of us do throughout the day. Open the chest, open the shoulders, and improve that posture with a quick and easy stretch — shoulder flossing.
One of the first differences new yogis find when they start yoga is that the yogi push-up is different than the traditional push up. Watch this video for a discussion of the important differences and what you need to know for your practice — whether it’s in studio or at home.
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