There are many applications of the Feldenkrais Method, all of which are designed to increase awareness and self-perception through movement. In this video we never leave the ground, doing a series of Feldenkrais-inspired movements, from subtle manipulations of joints to larger articulations rolling from side to side. A wonderful morning warm-up and evening cool-down alike.
A little description of what this latest Yoga for Busy Moms Series is all about! I designed these sessions so you could do them in order for days when you have the time (and hopefully those are the majority of the days :)), but I also understand as a mom of two, a business owner, and a human being who's trying to show up for herself and all the people in her life with the best I have to offer, sometimes you have to take what you can get! So I designed these so you could do any or all of them as stand-alone sessions :) Much love to you, mamas.
Many people worry more about form—how they look—over function—how they move. That's a shame. This strong flow is a reminder that using your body well is way more important than what your body looks like. There's plenty of focus on form, by the way, just not the one you see in the mirror.
Short, efficient and to the point! This quick sequence will make you sweat and prepare your body for inversions! Inversions Conditioning: Crescent Pose twists holding a block, Dolphin with alternating leg lifts or holding Pincha, Alternating leg lifts, Burpees, Forearm plank with Serratus Push-ups, Handstand Kicks. 4 rounds of 30 seconds each with a 10 second break between poses!
A strong, short flow designed to wake you up at any point of the day, but it's an especially invigorating series for the morning hours. Balancing, strength, and backbending merge seamlessly. We'll even do a few burpees.