Daniel tiger says “when you’re sick, rest is best”
Warm your muscles and tune your brain into your body by starting with release work. Organize your small stabilizers (transverse abdominals, paraspinals). Strengthening large muscle groups boosts your metabolism, making your body more efficient. Stretching at the end of your session (not at the beginning) allows you to check in with your body yet again, and facilitates smooth, graceful, supple movement.
Improve your balance by incorporating a BOSU into your workouts! The unstable surface challenges your balance, while improving foot and ankle strength and mobility. Contact me to learn how to incorporate this versatile training tool into your core work, balance poses, and strength and cardio exercises.