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Is Yoga Good for Hypermobility (or the Opposite)?

Yoga is complicated for hypermobile people, who often feel tight, but may be unstable. Understand the problem, the paradox, and the solution.

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Core Strength Practice (NEW weekly class!)

Core Strength Yoga Taught by Dr. Ariele Foster, PT, DPT, E-RYT 500+ Starts Monday, Jan 25, 05:30 PM – 06:30 PM (repeats every week on Monday) at Zoom hosted by Ariele Foster Register here. All cores welcome! Fortify your core in this challenging (yet all levels!) yoga (and pilates-inspired) 1 hour class. Props: You will […]

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Core Strength Yoga Movement Class [LIVESTREAM, by donation]

Donation-based core-centric yoga and movement class with physical therapist and long time yoga teacher and Yoga Anatomy Academy founder, Dr. Ariele Foster. This inclusive, all levels yoga-inspired movement practice will challenge you with physical therapist-approved moves to target and improve core strength. Props: please have a yoga block or throw pillow handy Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/120807405201

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Why Do Teachers Say Don’t Jump Back to Plank?

To Jump Back or Not to Jump Back (to Plank) Jumping back is a exciting and athletic transition in vinyasa yoga. From standing forward fold (uttanasana) at the front of your mat, you have the option to step back to plank then lower to the yoga push-up (chaturanga dandasana) or to jump back. Some teachers or traditions offer the option to jump […]

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