by Hannah Gatens Any athlete, participant in any form of exercise, or even dancers and workers know that sprains and strains are common.There’s a big difference between the two, however, even though colloquially the two terms are used interchangeably. Defining a Sprain A sprain is a stretch or tear of a ligament or a […]
In this class, mothers join together for a 60 minute practice to prepare them for labor and birth. The practice is based on strengthening and stretching key muscles, relaxation techniques for labor, and poses that promote optimal fetal positioning. We will also focus on the relief of common ailments during pregnancy for healthier, happier mamas and babies. For more info, visit http://ellwoodthompsons.com/community-room/2014/07/13/prenatal-yoga/.
Recovery Energy Yoga is a practice of raising your energy with Kriyas, asana, movement, pranayama, radical aliveness, and timeless ancient India wisdom, unlike anything currently being taught here in the states. For more info, visit http://ellwoodthompsons.com/community-room/2014/07/12/recovery-energy-yoga-7/.
As we welcome in a new year, let’s remember that health is not merely the absence of disease, it’s a lifestyle. Whether it’s getting enough sleep, enjoying a hobby or learning to set limits with others in your life, it’s important to take time to be good to yourself. Take steps to balance work, home, […]
Last week’s blog post focused on the symptoms, risk factors and detection of Osteoporosis. While certain factors can increase one’s risk for Osteoporosis, there are some measures that all women can take to help prevent the development of Osteoporosis. Weight-bearing exercises and muscle-strengthening exercises can help women increase bone mass before menopause and slow bone […]