Anyone who has ever been faced with recovering from surgery can vouch for just how difficult and painful it can be. Following surgery your body is literally traumatized from medications, incisions, stitches, etc. Yoga is an incredibly beneficial way to assist your body in healing and regaining strength quickly and safely. Yoga utilizes slow, delicate motions as a method of lengthening, strengthening and restoring your body's sense of balance and harmony. After incorporating yoga into your surgery recovery you will be astounded at how quickly you will start feeling better!Taoflow: Hip Opening Meditation by Cain Carroll
1. Freedom From Pain: Tight Hip Pain Relief
Release tension in the hips. Whether you are experiencing symptoms of pain from fibromyalgia, old injuries or accidents, or simply poor lifestyle habits, this series is designed to help you find simple, effective pain relief techniques for everyday life. In this video, Tanya Fitzpatrick will show you exercises to open the hips for more freedom in the legs and lower spine.
2. Taoflow: Hip Opening Meditation
Exhale tension from deep within the body. Begin with four traditional hip opening movements to warm and align the hips and spine, followed by 30 minutes of guided breathing meditation. This full sequence class is a complete system of inner energy cultivation, facilitating the free flow of blood and vital energy, while calming the mind and settling the spirit. Join Taoflow Expert Cain Carroll for some powerful meditation in this Grokker Premium video, no experience necessary.
3. Hip Opening and Meditation
This is a thirty minute seated Taoflow practice. Class begins with four traditional hip opening movements to warm and align the hips and spine, followed by twenty minutes of guided skin breathing meditation. Follow Qigong Expert Cain Carroll through this powerful meditation. This Grokker Premium video is a complete system of inner energy cultivation, facilitating the free flow of blood and vital energy, while calming the mind and settling the spirit. No experience necessary. Students of all levels are welcome.