Back+Neck • 21-Apr-2020
Yoga practitioners focus a lot on flexibility, which is a muscle's ability to passively lengthen. This practice, however, focuses on MOBILITY, which is the ability of a joint to move actively through a range of motion and that movement is enabled by muscles that are both strong AND flexible.
We'll explore interesting movements meant to support your long-term mobility and apply yogic mindfulness and breath to all of it.
Suggested props for this mini-workshop are a self myofascial release ball (like this one you can get here: lddy.no/fwnr) or a tennis or lacrosse ball and a strap, belt or towel.
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