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Shouldering a Burden

Jennifer Fisher
Wednesday, April 09, 2014

A number of my yoga students present with shoulder injuries: dislocation; rotator cuff; bicep tendonitis; stiffness; frozen shoulder; and impingement.  The shoulder gains its high degree of mobility from being a ball and socket joint however, this brings with it a propensity for vulnerability and instability.   read more

Be Easy

Jennifer Fisher
Wednesday, April 02, 2014

‘Don’t do anything you don’t want to do.  If you have to do something you don’t want to, be easy about it,’ wrote Tara Stiles recently.  This is part of her Strala yoga philosophy and the idea stuck with me for several days.  read more

Yoga AND Walking: more effective against Diabetes

Jennifer Fisher
Wednesday, January 29, 2014

According to recent studies, yoga is more effective than walking in improving the health of diabetic patients.  However, yoga and walking together, is the most effective therapeutic combination for diabetes treatment and prevention.   read more

Practice Notes: Push Up Elbows

Jennifer Fisher
Wednesday, May 29, 2013

My practice partner today felt pain in his elbows.  He has a long term strain injury akin to 'Tennis Elbow' from over-exertion during yoga.  As he worked on Chaturanga (Push Up) during this morning's daily practice, he felt a sharp pain down the back of the triceps and across the elbow joint nearing right angles.  read more