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Traditional Stretches

Posted on Nov 8th, 2011
Hamstring Stretch: Standing on your left leg, hug your right knee into your chest. Keep your upper body vertical, and use your core strength for balance. Gently release, and repeat on the other side.   Quadricep Stretch: Standing on your left leg, kick your right foot toward your tailbone, and grip the outside of the right foot with the right hand. Reac…Read more

Yoga In Your Home: tools and tips for developing a personal practice

Posted on Sep 10th, 2010
September's National Yoga Month is providing myriad opportunities to get out into the yoga world and try some new classes, but why not dedicate yourself to establishing a personal practice as well? You needn't have a studio to sweat on your mat—whether you're using one of our Core, MDWorkout, or YogaWorkout iPhone Apps, or simply improvising yoga sequence…Read more

Gentle Hatha Sequence

Posted on Dec 29th, 2011
Gentle Hatha Sequence Seated Meditation with hands in Prayer Cross your legs in a way that is comfortable for you. Lengthen the spine, and reach the crown of the head up to the sky. Feel your rib cage expand and contract as your breathe deeply. Let your sitting bones drop down into the earth. Let the palms meet at heart center in Prayer position. …Read more

Warrior Flow

Posted on Dec 28th, 2011
Warrior Flow Downward Facing Dog Begin in Table position (hands and knees), hands under the shoulders, and knees directly beneath the hips. Tuck the toes under, lift your hips to the sky, and start to straighten the legs; visualize yourself in an upside-down position. Press your hands into the mat, and stretch your chest toward your thighs; head hangs …Read more

Not Flexible?

Posted on Jan 5th, 2012
As a yoga teacher and practitioner, it is not a surprise that I am constantly trying to get my friends and family to join me and come to a yoga class. Some people are excited, others put it down altogether, but I can't tell you how many times I have heard the excuse, “I would love to do yoga but I just can't, I'm SOO inflexible!” Well guess what my resp…Read more

Power Flow

Posted on Jan 9th, 2012
Warrior I Right From Downward Facing Dog, step your right foot between your hands, and spin your left foot flat to a 45 degree angle. Hips should be square to the front, so widen or shorten your stance until your hips are facing the front. Straighten and engage your back leg. Inhale your arms up, palms facing each other. Scoop your tailbone under and …Read more

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