Please email me at Sarah_Mosser@yahoo.com and I can send you more information regarding this wonderful opportunity to be a part of an online yoga community, share your experiences as a yogi/instructor, increase your traffic and show your followers a lighter, more personal side of you :)
Please reblog to share with fellow online yoga instructors. Email me ASAP for more info!
I’m having a seriously strong moment of Santosha (content in the now)
I’m so grateful for everything as it is in this very moment, the person that I am, the life that I live, and all the people in it. Everything that has happened previous to this moment had to happen exactly as it did for me to be where I am right now.
The good, the bad, even the ugly - it’s all good because I’m here now.
So I figured out I can do this :) The world is my playground!
Yoga Routine for Excellent Posture (11 minutes)
This is a strengthening corrective yoga sequence designed specifically to strengthen your back muscles, pull your shoulders back, and teach body awareness of grounding, good posture and an aligned spine.
If you get sore at all, which you might after working new muscles, then try this gentle routine on sore/stiff days to relieve tension and get blood flowing.
Excellent Posture Program:
Week 1 - Practice this video every day
Week 2 - Practice this video 5-7x/week
Week 3 - Practice this video 5x/week
Week 4 - Practice this video 3x/week
Practice 1-3x/week after to maintain excellent posture
“How would your life be different if… You decided to give freely, love fully, and play feverously? Let today be the day… You free yourself from the conditioned rules that limit your happiness and dilute the beautiful life experience. Have fun. Give - Love - Play!” -Steve Maraboli
I’m teaching an Intensive Inversion program in June…
and will most likely be making instructional videos under an “Advanced Yoga” category =)
I’m seeing amateur videos of people getting into some of these poses and I’m horrified by the technique!! There is a certain amount of strength, balance and focus that is essential to get into and hold a pose, otherwise the student isn’t ready to go so deep. There shouldn’t be any kind of kicking, momentum, or ego.
I hurt my neck pretty badly (knocked C1 and C2 out of place) 2.5 years ago from falling out of an inversion because I was attempting a transition I shouldn’t have. It still gives me problems (migraines, tension, soreness) so I’m somewhat sensitive of form and technique when it comes to practicing and teaching inversions.
If I were to make these videos I would show you guys strengthening techniques and levels of the poses that you can work your way up. Does that sound like something you would be interested in?