Yoga PrehabⓇ Tips + Tricks
Soothing Self-Massage for Shoulder Pain health inflammation joint pain joint stiffness massage mobility myofascial neck pain physical therapy based prehab rehab self care shoulder pain stiff neck stiff shoulder tension upper shoulders wellness yoga yoga prehab Mar 11, 2022

Sore shoulders make me want to run and get a massage more than anything else! Tightness spreading across your shoulders, feeling knots (AKA “adhesions”) - not fun for anyone at any time. 

But, not everyone can just hop over to a brilliant massage therapist as we please (sad, but...

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3 Tricks to Relieve Painful “Text Neck” back pain cervical spine health joint pain mobility neck pain neck problems neck stiffness pain phone use physical therapy posture rehab shoulder pain technology text neck wellness yoga yoga prehab Mar 11, 2022

Do you know what your neck looks like when you’re scrolling through your phone? If I had to venture a guess, I would say it is probably at some sort of an angle, positioned downward to better stare at your device. This phenomenon is leading to more and more cases of “text neck”...

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6 Tips To Naturally Rebalance Your Chakras To Relieve Neck + Shoulder Pain aches and pains balance care chakra chakra healing cleanse compassion health heart chakra love mobility neck pain neck stiffness pain relaxation reset shoulder pain stiff neck stiffness tension tension relief wellness yoga Mar 08, 2022

The heart chakra (Anahata) is the area of energy in your body that is related to love, care, and compassion - both for yourself and others. The throat chakra (Vishuddha) is the area of energy in your body related to feeling heard, communicating with others, and honestly vocalizing your needs....

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Teach Your Students How to Rock Warrior II baddha konasana chest and shoulders pain corset muscles foot pain hips and pelvis shoulder pain tree pose utthita trikonasana vrksasana warrior ii yoga pose yoga posture Mar 08, 2022

New practitioners and seasoned yogis alike have all struggled, at one point or another, with Virabhadrasana II, known by most as Warrior II. This dynamic pose challenges multiple body systems; and it requires muscular endurance and strength, balance and stability, proper alignment, and mindful...

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Yoga and Shoulders: It’s A Scapular Matter acromioclavicular joint chair pose downward-facing dog extended hand to big toe glenohumeral joint scapular dyskinesis scapulothoracic joint shoulder pain sternocalvicular joint tendonitis Mar 08, 2022

The shoulder is the most commonly discussed joint in the body when pertaining to yoga, yoga instructors, and the likes of the fitness world.

It is also known as one of the most commonly injured and at-risk joints in the body, mainly due to the anatomical structure and mechanics of the joint.

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Yoga and Shoulders: It’s a Scapular Matter Part 2 chaturanga dandasana downward-facing dog glenoid labrum poor posture scapulothoracic joint shoulder function shoulder pain Mar 08, 2022

Understanding shoulder function and the structures that stabilize and produce movement can make a huge difference in your yoga practice.

In part one of Yoga and Shoulders: It’s A Scapular Matter, we learned how the shoulder is comprised of four joints, the glenohumeral,...

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Hot or Cold? How to heat treat pain points cold healing health heat heat for injury ice ice for injury ice for muscle soreness icing joint pain mobility muscle pain neck pain rehab shoulder pain stiff neck strength wellbeing wellness yoga yoga prehab Mar 08, 2022

Hot or cold? Warm or chilly?

What temperature treatments are best to resolve aches and pains? Temperature can in fact be an excellent way to warm up or cool down muscles, soothe or invigorate different areas of stiffness or lingering pain. But, which is best - and when?

All good questions, and...

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Move It or Lose It: 5 Desk Yoga Poses for Corporate Crusaders axial skeleton back pain child’s pose desk yoga neck pain shoulder pain spinal column spinal erector Feb 14, 2022

Every newscast on the current health of the American public seems to report the same thing: We are becoming increasingly sedentary due to an overall decrease in physical activity and a rise in jobs that require little activity, such as office work. The problem is: We sit too long! Not to say that...

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