This practice by Jason Crandell for the Yoga Journal To Go podcast series will teach you create better balance in your entire body. Learn how to stand more evenly on the center of your feet, find the axis point of you legs and spine, and even to feel steady on your hands in an arm balance.
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This was a good practice! I am trying to become more balanced - in both my swimming and my running. I often feel like I am slightly lopsided when I do cardio. This helps me find my body's center again, so I know what to look for in my work outs.