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Happy Friday! Today, we’re taking a fresh look at Supta Padangusthasana (Reclined Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose). This is a common pose done lying on the back. One leg is extended into the air, usually either with a strap around the foot or holding the big toe in the fingers. This is often thought of as a hamstring… Continue reading Fresh Take Friday: Supta Padangusthasana Part 1
Happy Friday! Today we’re taking a fresh look at how we’re doing twists. Twisting, or spinal rotation, shows up in a variety of yoga poses – standing, seated, and lying down. Like many yoga poses, we often approach twists with the idea that more is better. To twist more deeply, it’s often encouraged to include… Continue reading Fresh Take Friday: Twists
Pain is definitely a sign that something isn’t functioning quite right in the body, but the existence of pain is also a normal part of being alive. It’s an indicator that the body is functioning correctly; it’s communicating with you about what isn’t working and what needs to change. While it can feel like an obstacle, pain… Continue reading Practicing Yoga with Pain