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Many have been asking when the next newsletter is coming out. The wait is over and here it is.
This is my third newsletter. I have reposted the first two on my blog, Go Fit Girl! You can read the first here and the second here.
Wow, first day of June. I have some exciting things coming up this month.
Upcoming June yoga class themes:
- Focusing on the pelvis from Wednesday, June 1-Monday, June 6. A neutral pelvis keeps the low back healthy. Many suffer from pelvic floor disorders, which can cause a lot of issues in the body.
- Low back is the theme running from Wednesday, June 8-Monday, June 13. In the U.S. lower … Continue reading
Are you a desk jockey?
If you are someone who regularly sits at a desk and most likely at a computer then you are a desk jockey, which is a person who sits at a desk.
The yoga sequence I am teaching this week is to help those of us who suffer from our sitting culture. We need to open our hearts, relax our shoulders and reverse the negative effects we do to our bodies in a regular position of flexion.
Because of our sitting culture we also have tight hamstrings, hips, glutes, etc. We have a weak core. Our shoulders and neck are tight. Our posture is poor. The imbalances in the muscle strength in our bodies have a domino effect.
I believe our sitting culture is hurting and possible ruining our bodies.
Sometimes when I end a yoga class I remind my students who I am, when I teach and if they want to chat with me I am available for questions, comments, etc.
A few months ago one of my students told me he had a comment.
He told me that from repetitive typing he had some nerve issues in his arms. He had tingling, numbness, discomfort, etc.
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I practice a lot of yoga. And I cycle (while teaching indoor cycling) five times a week.
I teach 11 yoga classes a week (and sometimes a private session) along with my cycle classes every week.
As a teacher I give to my students physically, emotionally and mentally.
All teachers need to take care of themselves.
On Wednesday night while teaching my evening yoga class I started to notice my low back aching (not an uncommon thing).
Once class was over I noticed it more. And by the time I got home it was quite bothersome.
I had my dinner and got ready for bed. I then practiced a couple of Restorative Yoga backbends: heart opener over a rolled blanket and supported bridge with a bolster.
I have Kyphosis (upper hunch back) and Lordosis (lower sway back). Low back discomfort or pain happens at times for me.
I took it easy the next couple of days while teaching. Cycle I didn’t ride as hard. I was mindful with my modifications with students in yoga. I like to be helpful with props and getting what students need. I made sure to be careful and not bend over as much as I usually do.
I … Continue reading