Let Go of Tension and Find Relief Through Our “Yoga Detox” Webinar
Today, we’re sharing the latest from The Break Room, a webinar series created for Premise Health members where we discuss topics that support their health and wellness.
In “Yoga Detox: Simple poses for aches, pains and discomfort,” Tiffany Grove Dufour demonstrates yoga postures that can help relieve stress, shoulder stiffness, back pain, digestion, fatigue, and headaches. Tiffany is a Premise Health fitness team member and is a 500-hour registered yoga instructor, NASM certified personal trainer, and AFAA group exercise instructor.
During the webinar, Tiffany breaks down these postures in detail to demonstrate the correct, safe way to get into them. She also discusses the health benefits of each pose to provide members with an understanding of how these movements can positively affect their bodies.
Watch the recording below to practice the postures alongside Tiffany while learning more about their incredible health benefits. After watching, we hope you feel encouraged to incorporate more yoga into your routine so you can let go of tension and feel better, physically and mentally.
Why is yoga beneficial?
Yoga is for everyone, whether you’re new to the practice or you’re an experienced yogi. Each posture has its own corresponding modifications, and many can be done from a chair, making yoga an extremely adaptable practice regardless of physical ability.
Through a consistent practice, you can build strength and flexibility, relieve stress, improve energy levels, increase blood flow, and much more. Yoga can also help counteract the effects of living in such a fast-paced society, where we forget to slow down, ground ourselves, and be more present. It is an excellent blend of mindfulness and movement that can help you feel more centered, aligned, and refreshed during both joyful and overwhelming times in life.
How Premise Health can help
At Premise Health, we’re here to advocate for the health of your mind, body, and spirit. If you’re a member or think you may be a member, speak with your employer to learn more about the fitness and wellness coaching offerings that may be available to you.