My Book – Modern Yoga: Everything you Want to Know About the Pelvic Floor

I wrote a book! Well, a short e-book that is. But a book nonetheless. When I published my article Modern Yoga: Everything You Want to Know About the Pelvic Floor for Shut Up and Yoga back in April we realized that there was so much more we wanted to cover and felt that the topic was deserving … Continue reading My Book – Modern Yoga: Everything you Want to Know About the Pelvic Floor

Modern Yoga: Everything You Want to Know About the Pelvic Floor

I am very excited about the publication of this article for Shut Up and Yoga. I began writing this article back in the late fall/early winter when I decided that I wanted to learn more about the mega topic that is the pelvic floor. Researching and writing for this article was a fascinating and educating … Continue reading Modern Yoga: Everything You Want to Know About the Pelvic Floor

MODERN YOGA: RETHINKING OUTDATED CUES

My latest article for Shut Up and Yoga is now live! You can check out my article, Modern Yoga: Rethinking Outdated Cues here! Here's a sneak peek: "Yoga teachers and practitioners know that great alignment cues can make all the difference in our practice. Unfortunately, some common cues undermine the body’s natural intelligence by interfering with … Continue reading MODERN YOGA: RETHINKING OUTDATED CUES

Posterior Pelvic Tilt Part 1: The Tail-Tuck Cue

Throughout my yoga journey, I have come to realize that certain movement cues are plagued with polarity. Take squaring your hips (e.g., Warrior 1; Janu Sirsasana, pyramid) or contracting your glutes (e.g., upward facing dog, bridge). And while I have become accustomed to understanding which cues work in my body and which cues I can … Continue reading Posterior Pelvic Tilt Part 1: The Tail-Tuck Cue

The Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) — Movement and Misconceptions

I recently read a great article on Jenni Rawlings’ awesome and informative blog titled “5 Things We Didn’t Learn About the SI Joint in Yoga Teacher Training”. In her post, Jenni details some misconceptions surrounding this joint. She reveals how the yoga community unnecessarily promotes the idea that the SIJ is unstable and requires active … Continue reading The Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) — Movement and Misconceptions