April lives with chronic lower back pain. Immediately upon finishing this practice, she emphatically announced that it effectively reduced compression and removed pain. She was quite happy!
The yogis knew this for centuries. A very powerful argument for learning how to breathe better! https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/proper-breathing-brings-better-health/
Note the Focus and Exercises segments in the above: this is what Chair Yoga has to offer you! Here is the newspaper article that went along with the above – https://www.cantonrep.com/news/20190903/seniors-get-your-chair-yoga-on-this-month
When the lower back seizes, it could be Quadratus lumborum. Here’s a short sequence to help you alleviate the spasm.
Yes, it’s possible to overdo yoga. Even though it’s so good for us, we can apply the same excessive mentality to this practice just as we do to eating, drinking, sex, buying, competing, etc. Sheila Olson is on a journey of exploration: finding what is the relationship between fitness motivation and self care. She self-admittedly overdid …
March is National Colo-Rectal Cancer Awareness Month. You can do something about preventing this….so, do it!
…the more value I find in yoga. The more relevant it becomes. Life on this planet is hard. Overwhelming, at times. Too much choice, too many opinions. At a pace that’s become way too fast. Which is why I keep practicing yoga. For me, yoga stands out as the best of the suggested methods I’ve …
At least 94 people awoke early to partake in this sunrise event. No hot air balloons were overhead – but did anybody seem to care?