Core Sun Salutation Psoas Flow

Core Sun Salutation Psoas Flow


a 15-minute flow to work out and tone the whole body, with a focus on the Psoas muscles, the deep core hip flexorsspinal stabilizers that bridge your legs to the spine.

Work and release them, and youll go to a whole new level of strength and flexibility in your poses! Great for releasing low back muscular pain too.

With Sadie Nardini, renowned NYC teacher. Shot live at Sadies workshop in New Haven at FRESH YOGA!

SuryaNamaskars_SunSalutations

SuryaNamaskars_SunSalutations

Core Sun Salutation Psoas Flow

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6 comments

  1. so good….love this to help teach students to work their psoas and work their sun salutes with a core focus….letting their front body tap into it! great verbal cues as always….Thanks Sadie!

  2. does anyone know how many calories this burns?

  3. Few teachers are able to impart so much understanding and depth in the subtleties of mula bandha. We are lucky to have you Sadie

  4. Girls, if you want to look beautiful – use the program from the site stripfin.blogspot.com Retrieved on personal experience!

  5. Unfreakin believable!!
    What a feeling- it is a whole new pose.
    You bring such rasa to my teaching-many blessings!

  6. JoePerezFilmDirector

    I love your flowing body movements & lessons. Some notes to consider though regarding your video production: Go with an HD Video camera & tripod rig & set a med-wide shot; attach a quality shotgun mic with mit to capture your lovely voice; set up a low watt key-light & fill-light to avoid silhouetting your beauty as you demonstrate; white balance the camera before the shoot to cut the blues & get realistic colors. You deserve to be captured in high quality since you’re sharing high quality. :)

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