Neck Pain – A Gentle Release

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I have experienced chronic neck pain on and off for years, and because of that, I have learned the hard way what works for me and what doesn’t.

Sometimes, when we are experiencing neck pain, our tendency can be to do really big neck stretches (I know I’ve been guilty of this), like somehow if we can really get into it it will go away. Read More “Neck Pain – A Gentle Release”

Lower Back Pain – Get Relief

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Lower Back Pain is unfortunately pretty common. It can be challenging to find gentle yet effective poses to help relieve lower back pain without causing a flare up.

This lying twist is one of my favorites for times when my lower back is feeling tender or vulnerable.

If you deal with chronic back pain, it’s important that you only move within a range of motion that feels safe to you and won’t make you sore tomorrow. Read More “Lower Back Pain – Get Relief”

Yin Is The New Black

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In this post, I’m going to discuss Yin Yoga in a broad sense like an overview for those who are new to Yin Yoga. If you’re looking for Yin Yoga practice guidelines you can check out this post.

Yin Yoga has been quietly gaining popularity over the last decade or so, but there still seems to be some confusion as to what Yin Yoga actually is. Read More “Yin Is The New Black”

The Unlikely Yogi – How I Became a Yoga Teacher

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I’m a rock n roll, smoking, martini drinking, latte-obsessed Hairstylist… or, at least, I used to be…

When you think of a ‘Yoga teacher’, I’m not likely the image that comes to mind. So, how did a rebellious, tattooed, heavy metal lover become a Yoga Teacher?

Allow me to explain:

In 1998, a co-worker suggested that we all register for a Monday morning Yoga class together. Read More “The Unlikely Yogi – How I Became a Yoga Teacher”

Yin Yoga Breathing – Belly Breathing

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Those of you who have practiced Yin Yoga know that it is quite different than more Yang forms of Yoga. So, it would go to follow that the breathing techniques are different as well. In more active forms of Yoga, the breaths are sometimes used to bring energy up. But in a Yin Practice, we want to keep the energy very grounded and in the lower, or more ‘Yin’, areas of the body. Read More “Yin Yoga Breathing – Belly Breathing”

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