What’s it for?

No one has ever walked into my studio and said “Hey,  I’d like to join. I have a goal of touching my forehead on the floor and I heard this is the place to do it.”

It doesn’t happen. That’s not what it’s for.

We started for our bad knees, bad backs, bad attitudes, broken hearts, loose screws…you know yours.

Not to touch our exactly foreheads on the floor and then #showeverybody.

What’s it for?

Posture Tip: Kapalbhati Breathing

img_8841Make sure your arms are straight and elbows locked, so your spine stays straight while you relax the entire abdominal wall.

Those abdominal muscles help support our spine, but they must be relaxed here so you can pull your stomach in and out and effect the diaphragm.

Now you can blow very strong, and the inhale happens automatically.

Thanks diaphragm.

Ps if you’re 7 years old you can do it before the dentist to make it less scary.