In this season of gratitude, I would like to express mine toward the most senior yogis and yoginis whose bodies I have the honor to flow with everyday.
How old is your spine today? How does that compare to what you driver’s license says?
Are you feeling achy and stiff everyday? A little bit stressed? Tired? Practicing Leg Stretch over the next 14 days will offer a profound effect on your health and how your body feels.
This one gives you a little insight into a what a seniors' yoga class is like at Supergirl Fitness. Give it a try and let me know what you think!
California was beautiful and refreshing and fun! Here's a few of the highlights!
I’m happy to close out 2016 and the “Year Of Balance” with one more DIY Video about balancing with “the anklets.”
This is a really effective counter-pose that supports achy necks and upper backs. Give it a try!!
Not everyone can reach back and hold their foot so gracefully in Dancer Pose. But, now you can. You have permission to use the belt.
Blocks are important to help your alignment, and avoid struggling.
Today, let’s find out how easy it is to master Third Warrior.
I’m excited to be Springing into action with you this May as we continue the Year of Balance with First Warrior!
Ball Cobra is one of the exercises we practice every time in Yoga Bones class - that’s how important it is! Try it, and I think you will feel a difference immediately.
I’m delighted to share with you a new 5-Minute DIY Yoga class that I like to refer to as the “Easy Tree.” Most of you know Tree Pose - Easy Tree is just a little bit more do-able.
As I’m on a mission to keep you Sassy Senior’s young, and believing in the power of health, fitness and yoga to support us on our journey during this lifetime, I’m so happy to share with you some recent feedback from one of my Sassy Seniors, Judy.
As promised, here’s the video version for the Wall Cobra Summer of the Spine Series DIY Yoga Class, though I’m starting to think it should be renamed to "Spider Woman." Give it a try and please let me know what you think the name should be!
If you didn’t know yet, my mission is to keep the Grandma’s on the planet, healthy, active and strong. I am convinced of the importance in them passing down some very useful knowledge to their sweet and precious little ones.
The Summer of the Spine series continues with another “5-Minute DIY Yoga” class just for you (and the people that you like to forward it to, wink).
I love this “move” because it looks really relaxing, then as you repeat it a for a couple minutes you realize how effective it is for strengthening your backside.
I’m kicking off the Summer 5-Minute DIY Yoga Class Series with an actual video this time!
Spring is for walking! I’ve been making up for a long winter by taking a morning AND an evening stroll. I just can’t get enough of the fresh-air experience right now. I know that you know what I mean!
A cold and snowy April morning is the perfect time to be doing yoga in Rochester. (I’m keeping a positive outlook here when it’s 35 degrees on April 24th. You do have to be hardy to live in these parts.)
Here’s a simple, 5-minute do-it-yourself, yoga class called “Tortoise Asana” that will be one of a 3-part series to get you ready for Spring walking!
Here’s a simple, 5-minute do-it-yourself, yoga class called “Cradle Asana” that brings a little Spring Cleaning into your Piriformis muscle.
I’ve had a week to settle into a new routine after a long weekend with “the guru,” Kaliji! I feel invigorated and energized, like moving up a notch in my physical health potential.
I am very grateful to share that I’ll be heading for the hills, literally, as I drive to Central Pennsylvania today for four days of yoga with Kaliji, my teacher and the founder of TriYoga!
Here’s a simple, 5-minute do-it-yourself, yoga class called “Legs 90 degrees” that will re-set your back after days and days of snow removal.
I’m happy to announce that I’m teaming up with a graduate student from Ithaca College’s School of Health Science and Human Performance (my alma mater), to learn about the latest research in the field of exercise physiology on bone building and older adults. In an effort to address the health concerns of my clients, I’m designing a new fitness program that is based on research-backed concepts to achieve the specific result of maintaining or improving bone density.
I promised that I would share some yoga tips to soothe achy backs this Winter. A lot of my students are coming in complaining about sore and achy backs and as I mentioned when I get cold my body tends to hunch up and then my neck and upper back get sore and achy. If you feel the same as me then here are a few simple yoga tips that will help “counter-pose the winter-cold-asana”.
Yoga photo shoot at Highland Park.
Wall Supported Headstand.