Myofascial Release for the Posterior Chain: YogaVibes Mobility Week 6

By February 20, 2019Mobility and Yoga
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Welcome to this six-week series brought to you exclusively by Whole Life Challenge in partnership with YogaVibes. These practices are simply one of the many ways you can accomplish your daily mobility, and are intended to help you explore both your body’s potential and the world of movement.

For this last week of your Whole Life Challenge, YogaVibes is bringing you a practice known as “myofascial release.” Myofascial release techniques are a simple (and pleasant) way to maintain tissue hydration and mobility in the body.

In this short fifteen-minute practice, Jenni Tarma will lead you through a sequence that will roll out tension in the feet, calves, hamstrings, and glutes. This is a great class to practice on its own or after a workout as part of your cool-down routine.

Equipment Needed:

  • Yoga mat (optional)
  • Myofascial release ball (we love RAD Roller, but any will do; you can also use a tennis ball)
  • Block (or a book)

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About Your Instructor:

Jenni Tarma is a North Carolina-based yoga teacher. An anatomy and movement enthusiast, her yoga classes present alignment as a fluid concept and encourage students to explore and find their own strength within a flexible framework. Jenni is also the creator of Stronger With Yoga, a resource for athletes and active folks of all varieties. Her new eBook on hamstring tendon injuries, Stronger With Yoga: Hamstring Injury Rehab, is out now.

P.S. Jenni has lots of workout recovery and vinyasa flow classes available on YogaVibes!

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