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Season 1 - Episode 2

Daily Joint Mobility

10 min - Practice
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Description

Do this quick standing flow every day to increase range of motion, strength, and stability in your hips, shoulders, wrists, and spine. You will feel loosened up and ready for your day.
What You'll Need: Mat

Comments

5 people like this.
This was a very nice way to start my day and get my joints moving.  Thank you!
4 people like this.
I am excited for this series of practices! As I age I need to warm up all my joints before I can even think about doing yoga or other exercise. This class was so helpful and now I have a few new moves for warming up. Looking forward to more!
4 people like this.
So happy to see you back Helya 🙌 I feel like I have my own PT right in my yoga space…loved the Jefferson Curl! It seems like this would be useful to do from time to time during a day spent at one’s desk - thank you 🙏🏻❤️
Jan
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I am currently on day 3 of a 4 day workshop that goes for 12-13 hours a day and my body is suffering being up at midnight to watch and sit at a computer for so long!  This was perfect for a period of time when my mind and body is tired and not so happy!   AS Jenny said the Jefferson Curl was amazing!  And I have a herniated disc and osteoporosis.  By the third curl there was no little grab...slowing down was key.  Thanks Helya!
Karen S Glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for giving it a try! 
Martha K I absolutely agree with you. Thanks for giving this a try with me!
Jenny S I'm so happy to be back! The jefferson curl is one of my go to movements throughout the day. Thanks for giving this a try!
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Jan I also have a herniated disc which is why all these practices came about! I was injured to the point of no movement for almost a year. These exercises have truly saved me. I'm so happy to hear you've been getting such use out of them. Thank you for practicing with me!
Thanks, Helya, for this nice practice! Namaste! ❤️
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Sandra Židan Thank you for practicing with me! 

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