Developmental Movement: Hips & Shoulders

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

Lateral Lines Part II: Torso, Shoulders, Head & Neck

Welcome to Part II in my 3 part series on the Lateral Line of fascia!  In Part 1 we looked at the foot/ankle, traveled up the knee and thigh into the hip, and pretty much left off right above the pelvis with your QL.  In this segment we will continue our journey upwards and take … Continue reading Lateral Lines Part II: Torso, Shoulders, Head & Neck

Salamander Pose

Today I'll share with you my absolute new favorite exercise that I've translated into a yoga pose: Salamander Pose It's my new favorite because it combines shoulder stability, hip stability, and core stability!  You can even spice in some glute activation!  This beautiful movement does a whole body good 🙂 It comes from the corrective … Continue reading Salamander Pose

Yoga For Low Back Pain

Back pain is a pretty common affliction.  Most, if not everyone, has experienced it at one point in their life.  Here is some easy yoga to help with those times when you have it, or you can use these to help stave it off. This will be pretty different from your standard "Yoga for Low … Continue reading Yoga For Low Back Pain

Hack the Brain to Stabilize Your Chaturanga

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

Anatomy of a Modern Day Human: Troll Posture

With my previous few posts focused on the Thoracic spine and it's mobility (how it moves, and how to restore it), it's about time that I talk about a very common postural epidemic: Troll Posture That's at least what I jokingly call the hunched over, rounded and internally rotated position that we scroll and swipe through our … Continue reading Anatomy of a Modern Day Human: Troll Posture