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Experience what some studies say are the most bone-loading Yoga poses as we start this series with bone-loading isometrics. Bodyweight is actually a great way to place forces on the skeleton. We will use the Yoga block and strap to create resistance against our limbs. Remember that we tend to get used to the positions and motions that our daily life requires. Many joint positions are never experienced, leading to bone loss from muscle loss.
Bones become stronger with force application. Force application must be strategic and multi-directional. We must prioritize spine health, as this is a major area of bone loss due to inactivity. Also areas common to bone loss are the femoral neck, greater trochanter, and calcaneus (heel bone). This is why yoga is so great, making you work your feet!
Gentle Yoga practice with postures to energize the body, relax the mind, and calm the nervous system. This practice is great for setting your intention and getting back to your goals when life gets crazy. No props are needed for this practice, as the focus of the routine is to help you explore yo...
Yoga is a strengthening practice all in it's own, with a focus on isometric resistance. Range of motion in Yoga can be created when muscles are able to shorten better so that we can practice the extreme joint ranges of that our daily lives do not require of us.
Enjoy a sequenced, athletic Yoga flow designed to improve muscle strength and range of motion. This practice is balanced with sun salutations, standing poses, balancing poses, core strengthening poses, restorative seated isometrics, and a relaxation section at the end. All in 15 minutes! No equ...