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This Barre and mini band workout will strengthen the inner and outer thighs, hip flexors, gluteals, and lower leg muscles fusing Yoga, Pilates, and Ballet moves. This workout progresses gently with intention and progressive cues so that anyone can participate. The class begins with a seated warm up, followed by an effective bodyweight hip and gluteal sequence that you are sure to feel! Barre work follows with some great thigh exercises using the mini band. Enjoy some classic ballet moves that target the hip flexors and extensors to improve muscle endurance and overall control. Finish with a great isometric Yoga routine that addresses muscle imbalances and range of motion.
This body weight workout includes therapeutic exercises to help you address mobility and strength of your back using Yoga isometric strength exercises and Pilates core work. Begin with standing mobility exercises to address lumbo-pelvic spine and hip issues. Experience Yoga therapy postures that...
The knee joint, called a "hinge" joint, bends and straightens but can become stressed or injured with muscle weakness and compensation from nearby joints. In this workout, you will learn about the knee joint and practice many therapeutic exercises to help keep your knee more stable.
The hip joint is ball and socket joint that is extremely stable and surrounded by large, powerful muscles that help you stand, sit, walk, and jump. Keeping the hip joint strong is paramount so that we can protect our spine, knees, and feet.
In this workout, we will use a combination of hip fl...