Ah it's been so long since I've been able to write! Taking a little time off to focus on my work has been good and inspirational. So let's start off this new wave of inspiration looking at how to sequence in really healthy movement! In this post today we'll take a look at how Internally … Continue reading Developmental Movement: Hips & Shoulders
Lately I've been on a pretty big neurology kick. Your nervous system is so fascinating! Here's a cool quote that I think really encompasses our discussion today: When viewed mechanically, the human body appears fragile. When viewed neurologically, the human body is complex, INCREDIBLE, and brilliant beyond measure -Shante Cofield (IG: themovementmaestro) Today we'll look … Continue reading Your Three Minds & How to Clear Them.
These past few weeks have been pretty crazy, hence the reason why I haven't been writing. Today, I'd like to share something really simple with you that I learned from Dr. Perry Nickelston that's really helped me move through a lot of the stress and it's all centered around your heart center! Your whole body … Continue reading Fascial Implosion: Sternal Release
A yoga push up, or Chaturanga Dandasana/Low Plank/4 Limbed Staff, is commonly used in many styles of yoga. It's a great strength building pose, plus it activates a lot of stabilizer muscles: Think of it like your entire back, from your neck down to your heel, is pulling you up, and your chest and core have … Continue reading Hack the Brain to Stabilize Your Chaturanga