Yoga and your posture!

By: The 10 Minute Cushion Apr 24, 2018
Better Posture, The 10 Minute Cushion

What yoga instructors are using to help with better posture

Yoga Practitioners all over the world are focusing on improving posture more and more. This allows them the ability to keep performing at their optimal level, consistently in everyday life.

Athletic training will jar and misalign the spinal column naturally because the spine is at the center of the body.

Yoga Practitioners have also discovered that proper care of their spine allows them to achieve an optimal level of performance when stretching as well as aiding in a pain-free state of being.

A properly aligned biomechanical spinal structure allows all athletes to achieve and maintain optimal communication between the brain and the extremities for sustainable patterns and success!

“Posture affects and moderates every physiological function, from breathing to nervous system function, and despite the considerable evidence that posture affects physiology and function, the significant influence of posture on health is not addressed by most physicians.”

American Journal of Pain Management

“Changes in the optimal spinal position produce spinal pathologies and loss of function. Spinal pathologies destroy joint reflexes, arc fibers and cause nerve impedance.”

“Postural strength and coordination are essential for injury prevention and sports performance.”

Thomas Harris, MD, The Sports Medicine Guide

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