- The Guide to Pain From Your Yoga Practice: Recognizing the Difference Between Good Pain and Bad Pain
- Fast And Effective Toning With Yoga Balls
- 5 Ways To Make Your Yoga Students Happy
- 8 Yoga Mats To Beat The Heat
- Poses For Posture
- Eco-Friendly Yoga Gear for the Environmentally Conscious
- Best Ways To Utilize Yoga Blankets
- Is Wrist Pain Affecting Your Practice?
- Top 10 Benefits of Heart Openers
- Benefits of a Weighted Eye Pillow
The Guide to Pain From Your Yoga Practice: Recognizing the Difference Between Good Pain and Bad Pain
When it comes to toning your body, there are successful props to help you achieve the results you long for in a short period of time.
Our Professional Core Training Ball and Weighted Pilates Balls do just that. To help you utilize these props effectively, we have illustrated a few exercises below for you to implement into your weekly routine or class curriculum.
Used along with various poses, blankets are very accommodating to the weak parts of the body and can transform into multiple forms as folded or rolled.
If you find your wrists starting to hurt during your yoga practice, you may be placing your weight on the wrong places. The solution to this recurring discomfort may not be that you have bad or weak wrists, but sincerely just the placement of your hands on the mat.
Something I took interest in was our internal storage of emotion. I learned our brain stores memories just as our body stores feelings. Our hips and heart primarily, among countless other “storage facilities” within our body remember the events of our past.
Used for Savasana and restorative yoga, eye pillows give more benefit to the body than just shutting out the light. Ever wonder just why it feels so good to have a little weight on your eyelids?
Each bolster is different, and some are better used for certain yoga postures than others. Your height, weight, and style of practice are the deciding factors for what type(s) of yoga bolsters you should be using for your body.