​VIDEO LIBRARY + LIVESTREAM

​VIDEO LIBRARY + LIVESTREAM

BREATH CONNECTION
BACK TO TALL
MEDITATION
YOGA FOR SCOLIOSIS
LIVESTREAM CLASSES
RESILIENT RUNNER
WEBINAR
YOUTUBE
BREATH CONNECTION
BACK TO TALL
MEDITATION
YOGA FOR SCOLIOSIS
LIVESTREAM CLASSES
RESILIENT RUNNER
WEBINAR
YOUTUBE

DESCRIPTION:

Breathe, Lengthen and Revitalize in these 15 - 20 minute classes designed to be simple, accessible and engaging for all levels. Build resiliency in your lungs as well as the mind as we move through different breath practices. A great way to start your day, as well as rejuvenate any time throughout. Enjoy!

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DESCRIPTION:

A 60 minute yoga and movement class designed for the person who is looking to improve their posture and reduce excessive rounding in their upper back. Learn how to hold yourself taller, develop better breathing capacity, and create strength and balance from the inside out in this “best of” class.

This class is beginner to moderate, and includes movement (asana), balance work, breathing exercises to promote increased lung and rib expansion in an optimally aligned posture, and a brief meditation at the end.

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DESCRIPTION:

The fastest way to steady the mind is through the breath. When we feel like our mind is scattered and all over the place, our body may be scattered and all over the place, too. 

In this practice, you will have the opportunity to steady the waves of the mind, stabilize and collect your energy, and rejuvenate other areas of the body that may have been unconsciously neglected.  Feeling steadier, stable, lighter, and a sense of renewal are goals of this practice. 

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DESCRIPTION:

This practice is designed for the level 1, or beginner practitioner.  Breathe, move, balance and build strength in this 30 minute practice. Includes a 10 min presentation on the science and mechanics of scoliosis.  The focus of this presentation is to understand what movements in yoga and exercise are safer to do, what is less safe, and how to modify.  Meredith teaches why we are doing some movements and why we are not doing others so that you can apply these principles to your other exercise endeavors.

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DESCRIPTION:

Designed for the experienced yoga practitioner, this 60 min practice includes more advanced breathing techniques and asanas to promote greater core stability in the safest alignment possible for the person with scoliosis. This video includes a 10 min presentation on the science and mechanics of scoliosis.  The focus of this presentation is to understand what movements in yoga and exercise are safer to do, what is less safe, and how to modify.  Meredith teaches why we are doing some movements and why we are not doing others so that you can apply these principles of movement to your other exercise endeavors. Recommended equipment is a 1/4” yoga mat on a firm surface. If  you are practicing on carpet, no mat is required.

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DESCRIPTION:

We are so excited to connect with you via our Livestream Classes.   

Classes include:

  • Spine Specific Yoga For People with Scoliosis 

  • Yoga for Runners (The Resilient Runner) 

  • Core Connection

  • Yoga to Unthaw the Frozen Shoulder 

  • Anatomy Awareness Focus Flow followed by LIVE Q+A (great for YTT students)

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DESCRIPTION:

A 75 min yoga & pilates focused class designed to help promote optimal muscle resilience through a smart combination of core, glutes and scapular strengthening, along with stretches to access stubborn tightness. 

Breathe, move and flow to develop greater resilience in your running, allowing you to move freer, lighter and stronger.

Recommended Equipment:

  • 1/4" Yoga Mat

  • 8-12' cotton yoga strap (a long theraband will also work, as long as it is in good condition!)​

  • A 9" mini exercise ball (squishy - not a medicine ball!)

  • 2 yoga blocks if needed

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DESCRIPTION:

This 3 hour webinar introduces students to the science and pathomechanics of scoliosis, and why observing a neutral spine and developing core stability is so vital to all spines, but especially those with spinal asymmetries. 

While it might seem intuitive to do asymmetrical poses for the spine with scoliosis, this webinar shows how and why side bends, backbends, forward bends and twists can be counterproductive and less than helpful for the spine with scoliosis.  We focus on how poses can be modified and how we can enjoy a full asana flow without side bends, backbends, twists or forward bends.

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