Hi. Dr. Connie here. Today, I am officially off on a much needed vacation to Mexico City for some cultural experience as well as some R&R. Before I go, I wanted to report that we are officially open in Suwanee, GA and the heat for hot yoga is ON! Thank you to […]
Hi, Dr. Connie here. I’ve loved exercise ever since I was a teenager. My first exercise guru was Jane Fonda. When I was old enough, I joined the gym and enjoyed a plethora of aerobic and strength training exercises. I used to also love early morning runs. My exercise routine varied as […]
Pilates is an excellent form of exercise. It is gentle, yet intense enough to build strength. It focuses on core activation which is necessary for good posture and overall good health. Click on the video above to follow along!
When we sit at a desk for long periods of time, we tend to forget about our posture. These simple chair yoga exercises will open you up and improve your posture, while reducing pain and stiffness.
Challenge yourself to build strength, stability, and flexibility with this energizing vinyasa flow. Click on the video above to follow along!
Tight hips can limit mobility. Start your morning with this gentle hip opener focused yoga to open up your hips and get you ready for the day. Click the video above to follow along!
We’ve been incorporating barre when working with our clients. The small isolated movements using light weight really works to stabilize the joints and strengthen the muscles. This is very important if we want to protect our joints as we grow older. Click on the video above to follow along!
Shoulder stability is essential for proper posture. Additionally, weak shoulder can lead to rotator cuff injuries. It is important to build shoulder stability and strength to prevent this. Here’s an easy flow to strengthen your shoulders. Click on the video above to follow along!
Most of us take posture for granted. But in order to set ourselves up for success in our health endeavors, it is important to work on perfecting our posture. Follow these simple exercises by clicking the video above to improve posture!
Strength, flexibility, endurance, and stability are all equally important. Here’s a Beginners Barre sequence that got my muscles sore. For this sequence you’ll need 1 or 2 pound hand weights. Click on the video above to follow along!