Movement Snack: Hallway Flow
I originally developed this little movement snack for a client of mine who is an ICU nurse. On long overnight shifts she would coral her co-workers with their resistance bands to do this hallway flow with her.
Resistance Band: Lower Body Floor Flow
This is my absolute favorite way to do strength work. As someone who is hypermobile, having the stability and feedback from the floor is so helpful. If you are just getting into strength work, having the floor will give you that extra security and stability that you need to feel safe and confident.
Resistance Band Short Lower Body Movement Snack
Just a quick practice to wake up the posterior chain. Movement snacks are a great way to get in some activity throughout the day. I recommend that you plan a 5-10 minute movement snack every hour or so if you sit all day for work.
Your core is extraordinary. Allowing for unparalleled strength and stability for the very human task of walking upright, carrying things, hugging and looking one another in the eye. But your core also allows for an incredible amount of mobility for a huge variety of movements and expressions. Your core is integral to your breathing and even your emotions. It’s always bothered me that something so smart has been diminished in our culture. We see it as strong or skinny or we hate it. We abuse it with the ubiquitous crunch or sit up and hope it shapes up! This class is all about honoring the core for the intelligence it
Pelvic Floor Breathing
If you suffer from hip pain, pelvic pain, low back pain, anxiety, chronic stress or all of the above, this needs to be a go to practice for you. Our pelvic floor is intricately tied to our sympatheic nervous system, otherwise known as fight or flight. If your nervous system detects threat, your pelvic floor will likely tighten up and prepare you to fight or flee.