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
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
The intention of this short post is to provide a mechanically oriented breakdown of Supported Bridge and Supported Reclined Bound Angle (Supta Baddha). Many sources (like Rec Bound Angle) use bolsters, blankets, etc to support these poses. The versions of these poses displayed here only require 2 yoga blocks. (You can purchase 2 foam blocks here for … Continue reading Restorative Backbends to Alleviate Mechanical Stress & Back Pain
Let's talk about one of the most important things for our brain and body, and yet it's something you're probably very much deficient in: Touchin' That's right! Plain ol' skin touching skin. Think about it for a second, when's the last time your skin touched another person's? (Made some sort of contact via a hug, reassuring … Continue reading Touchin’ Science: Social Psychology & Biochemistry