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We stand on one leg in normal walking every day. Improve your standing balance in this Yoga-Pilates Fusion class by training a variety of Pilates inspired hip sequences followed by a complementary Yoga balancing posture. This full-body approach to balance training will help improve your hip, knee, and ankle strength for a greater sense of stability. I will use a Yoga block and strap in a few sequences, but they can be eliminated if necessary.
This flowing Yoga practice is designed to gently wake up the muscular system after a long period of rest or non-movement. This soothing practice begins with a breath-centered intention meditation followed by a warm up on the floor. As we progress to standing, experience a heat-building vinyasa ...
This Yoga class features longer hold times and mindful muscle engagement. No props are needed for this bodyweight routine, as we will be using isometric contractions throughout to activate more muscle involvement.
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On day four of our 5 day Glute Challenge, you should notice that your range of motion at the hip is already improving with the strengthening focus of days one-three. Today we moving back into bodyweight training with strong Yoga practice designed to improve joint range of motion.