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The ancient practice of Yoga is full of postures that are centered around the health of the trunk and spine. In this flow-style practice, the sponge ball and TheraBand will be incorporated into several spinal postures that flex, extend, and rotate the spine. This is extremely helpful for support of vertebral joints and hips.
As we slowly move through this vinyasa style yoga practice, the elastic resistance of the band and support of the mini ball add challenge to the trunk muscles and re-direct forces into the poses. Upon completion of this practice, you should feel stronger and less inhibited in your body.
Stress has become an all too common companion as we work to meet the demands of work, relationships, and personal responsibilities. Stress can affect our health in a negative way, leaving us feeling depressed and overwhemed. It can also lead to increased cortisol, which produces inflammation in t...
This Barre workout incorporates dumbbells in a circuit training format. Transition from one exercise to the next in this to elevate the heart rate and drive up the intensity! We begin with a warm-up, then the workout is broken up into two sections.
Joseph Pilates, the founder and creator of the Pilates system, knew that there was a mind-body-spirit connection to properly execute the original 34 exercises. "Contrology" is the name that is associated with classic Pilates. The movements were based on the principles of Breathing, Control, Con...