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Yoga anatomy

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Your Brain on Yoga — Yoga Ed.

When you do yoga, you’re not only giving your body a workout. As you move through breathing exercises, poses, and even relaxation, you’re actively stimulating your brain, too.

Middle back pain, rotator cuff pain, neck pain, golfer’s elbow and shoulder pain RELIEF with triceps fascia release

If you have any of the following, you’re likely to get immediate relief by releasing your triceps fascia: Middle back pain Rotator cuff pain Shoulder pain Neck pain Golfer’s elbow Upper body tension and more! The triceps fascia, when it shrinks, sticks to itself in knots and is otherwise unhealthy can cause all kinds of problems - from middle or mid back pain, upper back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain to golfer’s elbow etc.

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The shoulder

In this last session before we start putting faces on our characters, I'll be introducing flexibility. Flexibility is the ability to stretch a joint to the limit of its range of movement, aka "how...

Yoga Anatomy Glues, Hamstrings, Adductors- Jason Crandell Vinyasa Yoga Method

Yoga anatomy core: There's more to the core than abs. This guide includes illustrations of the glutes, hamstrings, adductors, and more.

Yoga and Your Hips, Part II | Jason Crandell Vinyasa Yoga Method

This guide to hip anatomy muscles will give you a simple framework for understanding your hip muscles so you can use them more effectively in yoga.

This simple three-step process can be effective in breaking the cycle of sore hamstrings by balancing and distributing the stretch during forward bends.

Hamstring soreness is a more common problem when teaching and practicing yoga. Typically the pain is present during forward bends such as Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend Pose) or Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend Pose) and is located in the region of the sitting bones (ischial tuberosities) where the hamstrings originate. This soreness can become chronic because