What do a warrior, bridge and sphinx have in common? These are all yoga poses to help you feel the love.
The physical presence of the heart is wonderous and deserving of a month of celebration. The popularity of the spiritual/emotional context of the heart is also everywhere in February.
Cardio is important, and so is heart health. Start by integrating strength training into your routine.
Try these at-home exercises when you can’t get in for visceral manipulation, all you need is a small soft ball.
During the Holidays your stress, diet and exercise can all change. These changes can all affect your pelvic floor causing increased pain, discomfort and symptoms.
You might be experiencing more low back pain than usual. Especially this time of year, when you’re dashing through the snow.
Let’s be honest, Thanksgiving is going to look very different for most people this year, but if there is one thing that will likely stay the same, it will be eating plenty of food!
Three common injuries that can cause pain in the back of the hip or thigh include hamstring injuries, sciatica and tendinopathy.
When life throws you a curveball (when doesn’t it) you can always be prepared with some stretches to stay limber and fit.
Get more out of your workout when you exercise outdoors! Fresh air, vitamin D and feeling good!