Free Intro! Traveling the Path of the Deep Core: Building Strength and Resilience from the Inside Out

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Transform your yoga practice with our deep core series for improved posture, stability, and mobility. Explore the interconnected chain of muscles and fascia from your inner ankle to your jaw, helping you build strength and stability.

The deep core line acts as a central stabilizer of the body, running continuously from the inner ankle all the way to the jaw. In this series, we’ll explore each aspect of this interconnected chain of muscles and fascia, working from the feet to the crown of the head.

Over seven 75-minute practice sessions, learn how to create stability, resilience, and strength from the deepest places in your body to support healthy movement patterns centered around the axis of the core and greater freedom of movement at the extremities.

You are invited to join us live for the first class in this series where we will establish the basis for all the classes to come. Learn how the deep core line creates a continuous central support, which runs from the inner ankle to the base of the tongue. You’ll explore how stabilizing from the deepest places creates mobility to the extremities and enables movement out from the center. You will also gain an understanding of the role the deep core plays in maintaining a vertical stack of the body for healthy postural support.

Lynn Crimando serves as the teaching mentor for YogaUOnline’s Wellness Educator Program. She is a yoga teacher, board-certified Health and Wellness Coach, C-IAYT Yoga Therapist, and Certified Personal Trainer.

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