I noticed that the combo of what I did during the day and what we did in class in the evening really helped alleviate the discomfort I was experiencing. One thing I found really interesting was how relaxed I felt after class, and it really got me exploring the idea of ease. I’ve noticed that in order for me to have “good posture” I have to constantly hold a lot of tension in my body. I am wondering if it’s worth holding that tension in order to look “ good” vs feel ease. I really like the idea of moving in a comfortable easy range to create a sense of safety.
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I'm an IAYT-certified yoga therapist located in San Diego, CA. I teach people with chronic pain to move better, understand their bodies, and find ease within so they can reduce symptoms and thrive. You can work with me via private sessions or group programs offered online or in person in San Diego. If you want to hone the skills of attention and learn to decode the signals from your body so that you can move better and feel better, you've come to the right place. View all posts by Rachel