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Here is another series of exercises to restore your shoulders while reducing neck/shoulder tension and pain. Don’t forget to practice good shoulder alignment as you flow through these.
If you were to pick a few stretches to do daily, it would be the ones in this video. These stretches not only impact the legs but they enhance the function of the feet, the pelvis, the psoas, circulation–really they … Continue reading
10 years is a long time to deal with chronic shoulder tension, but no more. By practicing proper alignment of my shoulders and the following exercises I have been able to decrease the majority of my shoulder tension and have also decreased … Continue reading
Start your day with a 10 minute Chair Holy Yoga Flow. This is a great way to wake up the body and also refresh your spirit.
I have been dealing with shoulder and neck tension for over 10 years. About 2 years ago, I was getting migraines due to all the chronic tension, along with always having constant pain in my shoulders. Thankfully, I have discovered … Continue reading
Computers, reading and desks all cause us to round forward creating tight shoulders and a tight psoas. Practicing daily shoulder openers and psoas releases are really important to combat our current “rounding forward” lifestyle. The following video includes some really … Continue reading
I’m a people watcher. When I watch people I am usually looking at their alignment and the dysfunctions that I can see in how they hold their body. One of the things that I am noticing over and over is … Continue reading
How many of you experience an ache in the middle of your upper back on a daily basis? Or how many of you struggle with keeping your shoulders back, they just always seem to be rolled forward? If this describes … Continue reading
Bridge work is something that many of us have probably done somewhere along the way to strengthen our core. However, bridge work is only effective for the if done properly. Here are a few tips for doing bridge work properly: … Continue reading