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What You've Always Been Doing Wrong in Downward-Facing Dog
You can't think of a single yoga class without Downward-Facing Dog. It is widely considered THE asana and even non-yogis will have heard of this pose. It's not an easy asana, though, and however famous it may be, there is a lot to pay attention to in Downward-Facing Dog alignment. Read more in our magazine. Photo: TINT teacher Young Ho Kim with Ami Norton.
How To Make Camel Pose A Safe Backbend
When you think about backbends in yoga, mixed feeling may emerge. You may feel excited, nervous, or even anxious. Extending the spine backward means that you have to learn to distinguish between muscular challenges and unsafe joint pain. While most of us picture really strong, deep backbends such as Wheel pose (Urdhva Dhanurasana), you may find that Camel pose (Ustrasana) is much more accessible to you or your students. Photo: TINT teacher Young Ho Kim with Ami Norton.
How To Avoid Back Pain In Cobra Pose
Sitting in front of a computer all day slouches your back, leaving you with back pain at the end of the day. Cobra pose (Bhujangasana) can be a great counteraction to stretch out your spine and chest throughout the day. Although this asana can bring more flexibility to your spine and open your chest and heart, it can also cause back pain itself if not practiced correctly. Photo: TINT teacher Young Ho Kim with Ami Norton.
How to effectively release your PSOAS muscle
Here's a video tutorial to show you how to effectively release your hip flexors including the PSOAS muscle so you can unlock your hips, and get relief from hip tightness, hip pain, piriformis syndrome, and lower back pain. The PSOAS hip flexor gets chronically tight which affects the pelvis and overall posture, triggers glute pain and piriformis pain and spasms. Learn how to effectively release these hip flexors today... #tighthipflexors #PSOASrelease #hipflexorsrelease #tighthips