2 06, 2018

Take a Load Off with Chair Yoga


One of the great things about yoga is that it can be adapted to accommodate body and space limitations.

Are you recovering from foot, ankle, or knee surgery and want a non-weight bearing option for your yoga practice?

Do you have some balance concerns?

Have you tried conscious breathing and yoga postures while […]

Take a Load Off with Chair Yoga2018-06-06T18:56:31+00:00
31 05, 2018

Planting the Seeds for Gardening Without Pain: Yoga for Gardening


Calling all green thumbs! Do you think about lifting techniques when you garden? Protecting your spine is critical in every season of your life. Yoga can be very useful for gardening.

Dawn Cox, physical therapist, created a fabulous resource highlighting proper body mechanics to use while shopping at […]

Planting the Seeds for Gardening Without Pain: Yoga for Gardening2018-06-03T16:24:15+00:00
2 05, 2018

Spotlight on International Pelvic Pain Society


The International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS) is a valuable resource of information about pelvic pain for both professionals and patients. Its overarching goal is to “bring hope to men and women who suffer from chronic pelvic pain” through professional education and public awareness.

I was first introduced to the IPPS […]

Spotlight on International Pelvic Pain Society2018-05-06T10:32:54+00:00
1 05, 2018

Yoga for Pudendal Neuralgia


People who suffer with pudendal neuralgia, just like other types of pelvic pain, are often looking for a way to safely move and bring exercise back into their lives.

How do you go about reintroducing more movement into your daily lives? Working with a pelvic health physical therapist and these principles […]

Yoga for Pudendal Neuralgia2018-08-10T17:54:12+00:00
30 03, 2018

Prenatal Yoga: Make Your Practice Work for You


Do you feel drawn to include yoga as part of your self-care during your pregnancy? Makes sense. Breathing and taking time to connect with your body and baby has been shown to have positive effects.

Yoga as a form of moderate intensity exercise can:

  • lower blood pressure
  • lower heart rate
  • decrease anxiety
  • […]

Prenatal Yoga: Make Your Practice Work for You2018-04-02T08:00:45+00:00
27 03, 2018

Mad Props: Modified Downward Facing Dog


I’ve always struggled a bit with poses that require flexibility in the shoulders and hips. I muscled through yoga postures like any other workout and hoped for the best.

Downward Facing Dog was particularly difficult, and I did the best version I could while still keeping up with the class. I’m […]

Mad Props: Modified Downward Facing Dog2018-03-30T11:29:37+00:00
28 02, 2018

Posture of the Month: Goddess Pose with a Twist


Goddess Pose, with its low, wide stance, is a powerful pose for taking up space. Amy Cuddy’s research showed that simply posing in powerful positions, like the classic Wonder Woman pose, showed physiological changes that affected self-concept and risk-taking. Goddess Pose is an excellent choice if you are looking […]

Posture of the Month: Goddess Pose with a Twist2018-03-30T11:23:35+00:00
21 02, 2018

Be Your Own Health Advocate


When I met fellow physical therapist Andrea Wood, PT, PRPC, she was preparing herself for a hip surgery that entailed a long road to recovery. Using her experience as an example, Andrea talks about how to be your own health advocate and a participant rather than a spectator in your health.


Be Your Own Health Advocate2018-03-30T11:23:35+00:00