Unless you’re a ballerina, improving your balance may not seem all that crucial to you in the scheme of things; it’s not like you often find yourself needing to stand stably on just one foot, after all. But strong balance doesn’t just improve pirouettes, it improves all athletic performance. More importantly, it helps you complete everyday tasks, too—especially as you age. For these reasons, BK Yoga Club co-founder has made achieving equilibrium a focus of the latest episode of Good Moves, wherein she demos a 30-minute yoga flow for balance.
Fergusons flow includes finding balance and strength mentally along with being steady on the feet. After this, she goes through a range of stretches that move into a short vinyasa flow. The intention is from where it is started. She says “Today the intention I’m flowing with is…I invite you to fill in the blank” and moreover “I move with grace, with love, with strength. Maybe it’s with courage.”
Furthermore, she suggests going through with other kinds of yoga-like cat/cow, warrior one, warrior two, chair pose, bridge pose, etc. This yoga will make you shaking to reach the goal of balance. It goes slowly and constantly but believe me, it will help you to reach the objective.
There is almost no way to accomplish all that’s required of modern life with any semblance of balance; some (read: most) days, you will wobble, so to speak. But this flow can help you find your center again.
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