Welcome to my Blog!! I am constantly coming across ideas I'd like to share with my clients and students... stop by whenever the mood strikes you. I hope that I can provide information, and inspiration for your fitness evolution. I just want to remind everyone that getting fit is one step at a time, evolution NOT revolution. Listen to your body, set SMALL goals, reward yourself, and take pleasure in becoming stronger.... stay tuned
Vinyasa style yoga encorporates flowing movements with the breath. Inhaling, opening out from the heart center while arching the back, gazing up & holding strong benefits our bodies. For example inhaling in camel (ustrasana), cobra (bhujangasana) & plank (caturanga dandasana) helps invigorate the body & improve strength. Exhaling, moving down toward the heart center when hinging from the hips, gazing down & resting honors our bodies. For example exhaling in forward bends (uttanasana & dandasana), downward facing dog (adhom
I crack up inside my head when I see an out of shape, I mean, noticeably out of shape man or woman stand and throw a ball with a ball stick (god forbid if they actually have to touch all the way down to pick it up)
Who knew? It was so easy to study and teach mind/body fitness. For goodness sake, I was doing it more than half my life. I had the best of the best teachers and all the blessings that come. Now was the time to put it to the test. I knew something was wrong, but it must have been stress...and the kitty, my little 7 lbs of love succumbed to mouth cancer and I was crying every day and night. Of course, hospital visits and being poked prodded and radioactive might have been the real reason.
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some previous posts to kick start your Superbowl Sunday:Fun
Fit Games for TV Watching Mini-Workout:
The majority of women overestimate their body size by an average of 25% or more! We know that these poisonous perceptions can lead to issues with our body image and our ability to lose weight. So how do you see yourself? Try this exercise from the book Coach Approach: How To Motivate The Thin You, to find out. First, take a length of string, make a loop, and tie it in a knot where you think it is reflective of the circumference of your waist. Make another look for the circumference of your hips and set both loops aside.