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Today we are looking at yoga poses for upper back tightness. I don’t know about you, but my upper back definitely feels tight after sitting and working at the computer all day. The upper back, also known as the thoracic spine, tends to be a tight area in many people,
Have you ever felt like your brain was “stuck” and wouldn’t allow new ideas to flow? Have you ever felt like you’re just not a creative person? I have felt both of these scenarios and have found meditation to be extremely helpful in getting unstuck and in finally feeling creative.
The serratus anterior tends to be a forgotten muscle. I don’t know about you, but I don’t often hear people saying, “I’m going to workout my serratus today.” Now the serratus anterior is one of those muscle groups that is smaller so you’re not going to dedicate an entire workout
A common question I hear asked is, “Can you do yoga if you have osteoporosis?” While there are certain yoga poses you’ll want to avoid, yoga is such a vast practice that there is something in it for everyone. In this post, we’ll dive deeper into how to practice yoga
Many of us don’t think about the pelvic floor much, (I know I didn’t before becoming a physical therapist), but for those who do, I would guess that most think about strengthening these muscles. While keeping the pelvic floor muscles strong is important, what many of us don’t realize is
Learning how to take a moment to recenter yourself can be an extremely valuable tool and it doesn’t need to be super time consuming. All you really need is 5 minutes! What does it mean to “recenter” yourself? When we are centered, we feel a sense of balance and peace