health / 5 posts found

What Actually Happens If You Get Coronavirus?

by Chuck
This is some excellent info on the Coronavirus. Don’t get misled with the BS being promoted on social media and the interwebz! The simple truth is, washing your hands after being out in the world, not touching your face – especially when out and about – and covering your mouth when you cough will keep you 99% safe from most airborne pathogens. Still, if you have a few minutes here is an EXCELLENT video on the coronovirus that will dispel a lot of the nonsense in the media:

Pigeon Extras

And here I thought I was done with the Pigeon pose! Here are some extras we filmed – stuff about the back position, a little on safety, and another variation on the pose! Enjoy and if you have any questions, please let us know!

Two Pigeons

For people who have lower back issues, tight glutes, or for people who develop knee pain – another yoga pose I use quite a bit is the Pigeon Pose. The pigeon pose is a basic-to-intermediate yoga pose that most people can do. Like all the Pigeon family of poses, the main muscles (and connective tissue) it stretches and relaxes are the hamstrings, glutes (especially the glute medius and Maximus), the piriformis (a muscle directly over the sciatic nerve in the back), and the IT band on the outside…

Not Worth the Investment

by Chuck
Check out the image. What it says. How it says it. Have you ever thought about your health, wellness, or fitness like this? This isn’t just about self-speak (though it’s about that too) – the way we talk to ourselves about our worth. It isn’t just about the cost of a gym or yoga studio membership – which can be as low as $10 a month. And, if gym/yoga studios aren’t your thing, there are exercise DVDs/BluRays, streaming internet services, mobile apps – most with very…

Half Seated Twist

by Chuck
If you have trouble performing pigeon pose (any variation), this pose will hit the same muscle groups. It’s called the Half Seated Twist, and it’s a little easier on the hips and knees. Let us know what you think, or if you have any questions!