Right-Left Brain Integration: Try This Short Yoga Practice
Need to focus on a difficult task? Try this short yoga practice that helps with right-left brain integration. It uses cross-lateral movements, crossing the midline of the body, mismatched and “defying expectations” movements for improved coordination and focus, and alternate nostril breathing to balance the autonomic nervous system. See if you can pat your head and rub your stomach at the same time after completing this practice! Learn more about right-left brain integration through movement.
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Reprinted with permission from Sequence Wiz.
Educated as a school teacher, Olga Kabel has been teaching yoga for over 14 years. She completed multiple Yoga Teacher Training Programs but discovered the strongest connection to the Krishnamacharya/ T.K.V. Desikachar lineage. She had studied with Gary Kraftsow and American Viniyoga Institute (2004-2006) and received her Viniyoga Teacher diploma in July 2006 becoming an AVI-certified Yoga Therapist in April 2011. Olga is a founder and managing director of Sequence Wiz- a web-based yoga sequence builder that assists yoga teachers and yoga therapists in creating and organizing yoga practices. It also features simple, informational articles on how to sequence yoga practices for maximum effectiveness. Olga strongly believes in the healing power of this ancient discipline on every level: physical, psychological, and spiritual. She strives to make yoga practices accessible to students of any age, physical ability and medical history specializing in helping her students relieve muscle aches and pains, manage stress and anxiety, and develop mental focus.