YOGA FOR FLEXIBILITY AND BALANCE
To stretch is to experience balance, space, and expansion
A: Let go of ego and competition.
B: Breathe and relax
C: Find your range of movement.
D: Find the right alignment
E: Connect to as many muscles as possible
F: Learn to keep up the connections in your daily life.
G: Key point be oxygenated and hydrated
I assist you in One to One yoga classes in Glasgow to choose yoga poses that suit your built, strengths and weaknesses:
I know well over 5.000 poses and variations and will combine the right ones for YOU.
There are many ways of stretching a particular muscle it needs to feel right!
Yoga uses the science of letting your muscle grow long. Rather than pulling a muscle long till it tingles (= minor rips make the muscle shorter, as soon as you stop stretching regularly).
Yoga is not a painful contortion to show off.
We don’t reach from the finger tips and toes, we always move from our core.
Flexibility and healthy range of movement is a sign of general good health of bone and muscle and all bodily systems.
How about adjusting?
The posture should be fine tuned so you can get the full range of the stretching muscle rather than just a sliver or part of it.
Be focused and breath through the effort, feel where you move connection is the key.
Build a good support network all around and inside your body. Use more muscles to do the job so you do not strain any joints.
Mix it up isotonic, isometric, passive work go easy on momentum.
Flexibility is Connection a mix of believing in yourself as much as perfectly orchestrated use of muscle.
Momentum, pulsating or thriving is the state where your brain is learning the least and most damage is done.
Now in Glasgow’s west end