Train for Resilience

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In this monthly dose we look at some of the components of tissue resilience. I’ll talk on some helpful ways to train your connective tissue for resilience in your yoga practice along with some important points to keep in mind along the way. We’ll look at how you can become the architect of your tissues and create a practice that’s helpful for your goals. Some great tips here whether your goal is injury prevention, working with injuries/pain, optimizing performance, or just feeling your best.

Click the links below to read the research referenced throughout this lecture:

Functional Anatomy Online Course
Sports Medicine, Injuries & Connective Tissue
Collagen Circadian Rhythm
Stretching Frequency & ROM
Previous Monthly Dose on Fascial Health & Hydration
Static Stretching as an Anti-Inflammatory

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Tiffany Cruikshank

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