TIPS TO STRONG WRISTS: Please excuse the non consistent blue shade of he photos. The white balance on my phone decided to mess with me. So strong wrists is part body structure, part "before I came to yoga" lifestyle but definitely still workable.
FLIP YOUR GRIP! A continuation of my previous 2 posts Warm up: Chandra Namaskar Yoga Sequence: King Pigeon Tips: You need very open pecs & shoulders to flip the grip, so if this sequence doesn't help you flip, you need to work on opening those ar
Chandra Namaskar (translated to moon salutation) or 12 step salutation This warm up is a back bendy version of the classical 12 step salutation which doesn't involve bringing the arms up in low lunge. I teach this warm up for every back bend themed class,
Happy Hips Yoga Sequence - Runners and the deskbound rejoice! Your tight hips will soon feel more open and relaxed. Just step onto your yoga mat or even the floor next to your computer and move through this hip-opening sequence.
There are so many benefits to inversions and they are a lot of fun to do, but if you ready for them, you can potentially injure yourself or scare yourself out of trying again. A strong core and strong upper body are necessary to keep you upside
YOGA SEQUENCE TO LOTUS POSE: I tore my ACL in got it reconstructed lotus was just out of the question. After almost 3 years of practice I can now do lotus comfortably hands free. Takes a lot of patience dedication but here are my tips to opening your
FLIP YOUR GRIP! A continuation of my previous 2 posts Warm up: Chandra Namaskar Yoga Sequence: King Pigeon Tips: You need very open pecs & shoulders to flip the grip, so if this sequence doesn't help you flip, you need to work on opening those areas
YOGA SEQUENCE TO FORWARD FOLD: 3 years ago I could not touch my toes, 3 years later my elbows can touch my toes. Here is a little sequence I personally do that doesn't just open the hamstrings but targets the hips, spine and calves which can affect our fo
YOGA SEQUENCE TO SPLITS/HANUMANASANA This sequence may not get you to the splits instantly but they are some stretches to help you along the way. I suggest doing this after a proper warm up. A few Sun As and Sun Bs etc. this is not so much a flow but a