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Season 3 - Episode 8

Strength for Hands and Arms

35 min - Practice


Discover a new relationship with your hands, arms, and shoulders. Renee guides us in a practice designed to build strength in our hands and arms, specifically for stabilizing hyper-mobility in the shoulders. You will feel a deeper sense of connection and mobility throughout your upper body.
What You'll Need: Mat, Blanket

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May 29, 2016
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Whenever I meet up with you here, I move in ways I never have in my whole life. And think about things in different ways than I've ever been exposed to before.
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Thank you so much I have weak shoulder muscles and I think I have also hyper extended my elbows so correct positioning/alignment is something I need to pay extra attention to in my practice. I look forward to the rest of the videos.
Thank you once again, felt myself more in the moment and paying attention to all the subtle movements made sure to keep my elbows bent but still feeling i am using wrists too much but i will keep at it. Namaste.
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Hey Angela thanks for your comments. Try pushing the very tip ends of your fingers down and see if you can micro flex all the joints in your hands so that the center arches lift just a bit. It's a lot of finger strength to develop but will help you get at the intrinsic support needed to keep your wrists lifted. Much love-Renee
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Finger and palm strength will also help stabilize your shoulders!
I very much appreciate the beautiful way you teach.
Thanks Renee. That was excellent  and it makes so much sense. I'll look forward to the rest of the episodes with you
I find so much joy in seeing how excited up you get explaining the Anatomy - especially the embryonic/development aspects. Thank you!
My shoulders thank you

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