Did you know that balance poses are grounding and calming? Lately, I’ve been feeling busy and scattered, so the classes I taught yesterday were mellow, slow flowing classes with lots of balance poses. We played in Warrior Three pose (Virabhadrasana III) some, which inspired this post.
If you practice balance poses often enough, they’ll increase your balance, coordination and strength. Plus, yogis have long believed that balance poses help with grounding, calming, and even relieve anxiety and nervousness. Here are a few reasons why...
I love seeing progress in the classes I teach, and we’ve made so much progress this month toward our goal of learning Side Plank pose. If you've also been working towards a full side plank, read on for tips and modifications.
Kneeling Side Plank is such a great way to gain strength in your wrists, arms, shoulders, core, legs, and improve your balance— so many benefits! It’s also great for building up to a full Side Plank, as it helps you to understand the strength and stability needed for a safe Side Plank.
This post is for those of you who are working on your Kneeling Side Plank, or those building up to a full Side Plank. Read on for 6 options that I’ve shown in prior posts.
Here's a quick stand alone plank workout for when you're short on time. Every move shown here is targeting many muscle groups. Have fun!
Any version of Plank pose strengthens the wrists, arms, shoulders, core, legs, and improves balance. I’m a BIG believer that yoga is for everybody and every body. Planks are amazing for building strength and stability. Everybody should be doing planks!
Read on for a few tips for your plank practice...
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