Movement Vital Signs

Series Part One: Getting On and Off the Floor Most of the people I know are afraid to fall. They are afraid, first, because it is often a surprise: an experience of starting off in one position in space and suddenly finding themselves in a new position with no clear awareness of how the transition … Continue reading Movement Vital Signs

Garland Pose

This summer, when you find yourself bustling from one activity to the next, take a moment to come back to center and connect with your root. (And gardeners, spend some time off your knees during those weeding sessions. Instead, plant your own root into the earth.) Garland Pose Variation (Malasana) aka Squat 1 – From … Continue reading Garland Pose

wring out the old

Adding twists to your Springtime movement practice has many benefits…increased mobility and awareness, a longer, more supple spine and a detoxifying effect. Twists can help to empty the abdominal organs of old blood and fluids, making space for freshly oxygenated, nutrient-rich blood to rush in when you unwind. Spring cleaning! Try this gentle reclining twist … Continue reading wring out the old