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From a seated position, we begin the workout with a range of motion assessment in:
plantarflexion / dorsiflexion
eversion / inversion
abduction / adduction
With direction about where you feel limited, we will practice several ankle mobility exercises that are designed to improve muscular responsiveness, from standing, seated, and single leg balance exercises. As muscles become more activated, we will move to exercises with added load and quicker transitioning.
If you need a quick boost, this 15-minute bodyweight workout will help strengthen muscles that move and stabilize the ankle joint (talorcrural) in dorsiflexion and plantar flexion. No euipment is needed for this workout except for a chair in a few of the standing exercises.
Balancing poses are often the most challenging postures in Yoga. Although they are thought of as a meditation in themselves, it is difficult to focus when we are losing our balance, particularly from a standing position.
The barre (any support will do) can be used to trengthen the foot, ankle...
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