Need to warm up or cool down? Or maybe you need a refresh for your body to get your focus back… Or maybe you’re just feeling like a gentle, self-love stretch session…
I hear ya!
I don’t know about you but my back and hamstrings are almost always in dire need of some self-love stretching. These simple but effective stretches incorporate these areas perfectly without too much effort PLUS 10 minutes is a sweet spot for stretching; It’s just enough time to provide a gentle opening.
🖐 Wrist Friendly ?? There are no poses where there’s a lot of weight on the wrists, however, there is gripping and grabbing. So if you have tender wrists or hands, be gentle with them.
✨ Inversion Free ?? If you are inversion free — make sure when we lie down, that you prop so your head is the highest point as I did not perform this practice that way.
👉 No props needed, unless you want ‘em. 🌟 Good for ALL Levels. ✨ Inversion Free means no downward facing dog, no head stand, no poses where the head goes below the heart. Great for those with glaucoma, cardiac issues, vertigo, acid reflux, or if you just don’t like going upside down.
Enjoy! Be well.
Remember to breathe.
🙏🏼Namaste my friends🙏🏼
It’s been a while since we’ve been together on the mat with a new video. As you may have seen in some of my social media posts, I’ve been working on an online yoga project and in order to make it the very best for you, all my attention and energy has been going into that. The project isn’t ready yet but I miss sharing these videos with you. Happy Yoga-ing!
This go-to yoga flow for low back pain focuses on both stretching and strengthening for a happier low back. Perfect for when you wake up with an unhappy low back or had a long day that ended with low back discomfort.
👉 No props needed unless you want ’em. 🌟 Great for any level yoga practitioner. ✨ Inversion Free means no downward facing dog, no head stand, no poses where the head goes below the heart. Great for those glaucoma, cardiac issues, vertigo, acid reflux, or if you just don’t like going upside down.
Cow Face Pose, Half Lord of the Fish, and Seated Pigeon are just a few of the poses to encourage tight hips to open. Each pose is explained and variations are offered so you can explore what feels right to you.
Props: Blocks and a yoga strap are helpful but not necessary.
Basics of Bandhas Link: The Basics of Bandhas in a Yoga Practice
Enjoy! Be well. Remember to breathe. 🙏🏼Namaste my friends🙏🏼