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  Justine Shelton: Can Yoga help Lower Back Pain?
I am a 54 year old female. I sat in an office chair leaning forward for over 20 years then as a cleaner for people and their houses for over 7 years. Can yoga help my lower back pain?


  Justine Shelton: Gentle Yoga for a Healthy Low Back
Low back pain, tightness and discomfort can stop you from enjoying your everyday activities. Arthritis, spinal misalignment and intervertebral disc issues are common as we age, and a daily yoga practice can keep your low back flexible and comfortable so you can continue doing the things you love!


  Lisette Hart: Practical Anatomy: Understanding your Neck Pain from the inside out!
Your neck is one of the most mobile joints in your body, but often times it can feel like the stiffest joint! See what your neck is doing on the inside while you sit and work. Learn just slight adjustments to your posture that can ease that stiff neck!


  Lisette Hart: Practical Anatomy: Is Your Posture Aggravating Your Back Pain?
Take a peak at what your spine looks like on the inside... while you sit, stand and do your daily activities. Perhaps you will learn why your postural habits could be aggravating your back pain.


  Lisette Hart: Practical Anatomy: Low Back and Hips Basics
What is causing your low back pain? Is it your hamstrings? Is it your posture? Is it your repetitive movement patterns? Learn the basics of low back and hip movements with this practical anatomy lesson.


  Julia Tanner Ivanovna: Release Tension in the Joints of your Arms
Been working too long? Feeling a bit sluggish? Time for your Stretch Break! Stand up and enjoy these easy and effective stretches for all the joints in your arms.


  Julia Tanner Ivanovna: Energize with Your Breath - Right where you are!
Once you are done with this short breathing practice you will understand why it is called Breath of Joy. Make sure to include the vocal part to really feel the lift!


  Julia Tanner Ivanovna: Get Balanced, Grounded & Centered!
Feeling scattered, unfocused, or frustrated? Sometimes just stepping away and doing something different is all you need. Enjoy this simple series of movements to bring yourself back to yourself!


  Debbie Barnett: Balance your Brain with your Breath
The Left nostril is tied to the right (analytical) side of your brain, and the Right nostril to the left (creative) side. One is often more dominant than the other depending on what you are doing/feeling. Alternate Nostril Breathing brings your brain into balance. Try it...it works!


  Debbie Barnett: Relax with Silent Chanting
When was the last time you hummed? Truly, humming sets off a vibration that is calming and relaxing. Close your eyes and try these different sounds, either audibly or silently, to shift your mood.


  Debbie Barnett: Mandala Coloring to Spark your Creative Energy
If you are stumped on a creative project, or just need to infuse some out-of-the-box thinking... kickstart your creativity and get out your crayons or colored markers!


  Debbie Barnett: Walking Meditation Anywhere You Are
Is it hard to make time to just get out and walk? Too cold, no space, no companion, no interest? When you are feeling overwhelmed, sluggish or grumpy ... you need a change of scenery! Get up and Walk it out!


  Lisette Hart: Practical Anatomy: Get the Curve Back in your Neck
Through simple habit changes, we can slowly bring that healthy curve back into our neck. Come look on the inside of the neck to see how it works and what you can do to relieve your neck pain.


  Lisette Hart: Practical Anatomy: How to Sit to Support Your Low Back
If you have low back, neck or shoulder pain - alot of that pain can be caused by how you sit. Whether at the computer, watching TV or driving - your posture can over-ride the natural curves in your spine. Learn a few tips to help you Sit with a Smile!


  Lisette Hart: Practical Anatomy: Your Thoracic Spine supports Safe Twisting
Learn how and why your thoracic spine should be doing your back twists and not your low back. You might find just making a simple adjustment to the way you twist can help alleviate your low back pain.


  Stephanie Zito: Somatic Movements to Exercise Your Brain
Ever feel stuck in a rut? Want to get out of your comfort zone and don't know how? Maybe your left-brain (the organized, linear side of ourselves) is too much in control. Try these movements to work both sides of your brain to find better balance in your life.


  Lisette Hart: Prana: Breathing in to Bring in More Energy
Learn a simple breathing technique to accentuate the inhalation to bring in more life and energy into our bodies, into our day.


  Lisette Hart: Apana: Breathing out to Let Go
Feeling Stressed? Learn this effective breathing technique to help you calm down, slow down and feel healthier. Focusing on the exhalation brings your body and mind into a state of ease.
   
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