HOW: Bring your feet all the way together in a standing position. Rotate your upper body to one side while keeping your feet flat and your hips facing forward. Try to look behind you while rotating your shoulders with you. Breathe normally as you...

HOW: Begin standing with one foot flat in front of you and the other behind you with your toes pushing into the ground. Maintain that position as you put both arms straight out in front of you at chest height. From here, rotate your...

HOW: Begin standing with one foot flat in front of you and the other behind you with your toes pushing into the ground. Maintain that position as you put both arms straight up overhead. From here, Bend to the side as you keep your...

HOW: Sit on the elevated step or surface. Slide one side off of the edge and straighten that leg out. Grab onto the other side of the surface so you can relax the side hanging off of the edge. Let gravity relax your hip...

HOW: Standing next to a wall, place your shoulder on the wall.  Bring your forearm up the wall, creating a 90 degree bend in the elbow.  Move your feet away from the wall leaning into your shoulder. Place your other hand on your hip...

HOW: Begin on your hands and knees. Push back into a child’s pose, round your back within your tolerance. Focus on bringing your butt as far back as possible, ideally, your butt will touch your heels. From this position reach your arms over to...

HOW: Get set-up in a quadruped position on your hands and knees, have one knee on an elevated surface. To begin the exercise, lift the leg off the ground that is not on the elevated surface and even out your pelvis and low back...

WHY: This exercise will help with learning back and pelvic body awareness as well as it promotes global mobility of these regions. This exercise also provides the opportunity for your back to get comfortable with moving in and out of your spinal flexion and...

HOW: Get set-up in a 90/90 position, you can use a yoga block or something else under your front hip to get into the correct position (follow video for tips and details). Once set-up, keep your thighs, knees, and feet flat against the ground,...

HOW: Start by standing on one leg on a box or small elevated surface with your hips even and parallel to the ground. Let the foot that is in the air fall towards the ground by performing a hip drop followed by a hip...

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