I’m back with a few more tips to share! I’ve been practicing yoga for 30 years and I’ve dealt with chronic low back pain for 20 years. As a yoga teacher and movement instructor, I chose to get smart about my body’s idiosyncrasies. I’ve already shared a few blogs on how to deal with low […]
My constant mantra is: Know your body, listen to your body, communicate back and forth with yourself. If you are tight, add mobility practices, if you are flexy add strengthening practices. Too much of any one thing is not a good thing! Come to one of my classes or workshops, I always share movement information and how to modify a practice! Stay tuned for my next blog post which will have more hacks for low back crankiness off your yoga mat!
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The following is gifted by Allison Kane our lead trainer for functional movement and anatomy in Inlet Yoga’s 300 Hour Seasonal Yoga Teacher Training. I certainly do. I am a naturally flexible person who also has both herniated and flattened discs in my low back. I also just happen to be a yoga teacher, yoga […]
This blog post was contributed by April Puciata, our lead trainer Meditation Instructor in Inlet Yoga’s 300 Hour Seasonal Yoga Teacher Training. When I first began taking yoga classes, and I’ll be completely honest here, I was not really interested in meditation or pranayama. I was way more excited and intrigued by doing a handstand […]