Yoga Hips – One of my favorite subjects!

For some time now the articles and awareness that a woman’s hips are vulnerable to extreme stretches in yoga have caught my attention. Un-square your hips in Virabhadrasana 2…. watch this video.

It appears according to the New York Times

Yoga and the Organic Body, Morning Leg/Back Warm Ups – Part 3

Knowing how to make your back feel good is great.

Try these two poses and see what happens.

In these exercises we are toning the whole front body to observe the release of the back body.

Pay careful attention to

Morning Leg/Back Warm Ups-Part 2

Looking for a real good hamstring stretch while keeping your low back safe?  Try this one – after warming up with part 1 first of course.…

Stabilize the Sacrum with Yoga – Part 7

Final Pose in this series. The base of our sacrum is stabilized by muscles. Try Salabhasana, Locust pose legs only with a belt and see if you can find those deeper gluteal muscles. One more way to find your yoga …

Stabilize the Sacrum with Yoga Part 6

We toned our core in Part 5 … now its time to create a good looking yoga butt with Upward Facing Dog Pose! Just like My student Joanne, hands on the floor may not help you.…

Stabilize with Core Strength

Core strength is important for all yoga practitioners and often overlooked. Learn to execute Urdhva Prasarita Padasana and tone your core!…

A Pelvic Lift & a Belt to Stabilize…

The pelvic lift or Setu bhanda is at the base of many therapeutic yoga sequences. Try the pose with a block which tones the inner leg or the belt and tone the sacral area.…

Stabilize the Sacrum with Yoga Part 2

Cool yoga tricks for Adho Mukha Svanasana, Down face dog pose, To help you stabilize your sacroiliac joints and align your knees. With a block, mat and a wall you will feel a great extension in your spine.…

What Sequence?

I am not sure where the practice of performing a long series of standing poses on one leg than the other originated however………

Stabilize Your Sacrum- Find your Core

Students of Yoga often Suffer from “Pelvic Rim Instability” due to over stretching or performing poses with out alignment. This instability often results in hip, sacral and back pain. These students are, yes, female. This is the first of a …