Sheer muscle strength can take you far in your movement practice, but your fascia is full of potential energy just waiting to give you an extra boost.
Free your stride with this simple rhythmic flow from Karin Gurtner.
You may not be surprised to know that your hands are myofascially connected to your back. Through Bridge Pose, Karin Gurtner, who e reveals how your hands, arms, and shoulders affect the movement and alignment of your back.
With some awareness and the right exercise, aligning one will help align the other.
Yoga Anatomy 201: Tension in Your Neck and Shoulders? Why You Should Focus on Your Rib Cage for Relief
Expand the foundation of your shoulder girdle to allow your muscles to unwind.
Learn how to recruit deep core strength along with superficial, movement-oriented muscles for more power, inside and out.
Find postural ease and balance with with an exercise that helps lengthen the lumbar extensors.
Your spine may look or feel out of balance, but it could be a symptom—not the cause—of the issue.
The stability and mobility of your hips play a big role in your posture.