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Neck Flexibility

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Stiff neck? Behind the computer, phone or traveling all day? Release and relax. Reset your body with Jackie’s all-posture focused stretching program centered around relieving neck pain.

SBP

Runners Flexibility

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This is a brief stretching series for post run. It targets posturally tight areas for SBP individuals, as well as common muscles recruited when running. Treat your body to this gentle recovery after you run.

SBP

Flexibility Essentials

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This is an excellent stretching series strictly targeting posturally tight areas for Sway Back Posture. You’ll stretch the chest, shoulders, calves, hip flexors, hamstrings, lats and neck. It’s beneficial to take this program after traveling, driving, or sitting behind a desk for an extended period of time.

FBP

Runners Flexibility

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This is a brief stretching series for post run. It targets posturally tight areas for Flat Back Posture individuals, as well as common muscles recruited when running. Treat your body to this gentle recovery after you run.

FBP

Flexibility Essentials

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This is an excellent stretching series strictly targeting posturally tight areas for Flat Back Posture. You’ll stretch the chest, shoulders, calves, hips, hamstrings, lats and neck. It’s beneficial to take this program after traveling, driving, or sitting behind a desk for an extended period of time.

KLP

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Cardio Kickboxing

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Get ready to burn calories and sweat. This is a wonderful beginner cardio burst to boost endurance, get your frustrations out, and lose weight. Not recommended for individuals with back, hip, or knee issues. Not recommended for women prenatal or postnatal. Not advised for people with Sway Back or Flat Back Posture; due to the posturally tight hamstrings, there’s a higher risk for lower back injuries.

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Flexibility Essentials

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This is an excellent stretching series strictly targeting posturally tight areas for Kyphotic Lordotic Posture. You’ll stretch the chest, shoulders, calves, hip flexors, hamstrings, lats and neck. It’s beneficial to take this program after traveling, driving, or sitting behind a desk for an extended period of time.

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Runners Flexibility

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EQUIPMENT NEEDED: 1 yoga mat 1 towel This is a brief stretching series recommended after a run. It targets posturally tight areas for Kyphotic Lordotic and Lordosis Posture individuals, as well as common muscles recruited when running. Treat your body to this gentle recovery after you run.

SBP

No Equipment Yoga: Lunges, Abs, Balance and Flexibility

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A physical yoga program for people with Sway Back Posture. This practice includes strength and toning for the TVA, pelvic floor, hip flexors, gluts, adductors and medial intrinsic muscles of the feet. Balance work with a yoga posture through the sagittal plane of motion is incorporated for injury prevention and flexibility is woven in to improve functional movement patterns. There’s careful attention to alignment and breath to ensure your safety and productivity during each workout.

SBP

No Equipment Yoga: Squats, Back, Balance and Flexibility

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A physical yoga program for people with Sway Back Posture. This practice includes strength and toning for the pelvic floor, lats, upper back extensors, hip flexors, gluts, adductors and medial intrinsic muscles of the feet. Balance work with a yoga posture through the transverse plane of motion is incorporated for injury prevention and flexibility is woven in to improve functional movement patterns. There’s careful attention to alignment and breath to ensure your safety and productivity during each workout.

SBP

No Equipment Yoga: Footwork, Abs, Back, Balance and Flexibility

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A physical yoga program for people with Sway Back Posture. This practice includes strength and toning for the TVA, external and internal obliques, pelvic floor, hip flexors, gluts, adductors and medial intrinsic muscles of the feet. Balance work with a yoga posture through the frontal plane of motion is included for injury prevention and flexibility is woven in to improve functional movement patterns. There’s careful attention to alignment and breath to ensure your safety and productivity during each workout.

SBP

No Equipment Yoga: Lower Body Series

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A physical yoga program for people with Sway Back Posture. This practice includes strength and toning for the hip flexors, gluts, adductors and medial intrinsic muscles of the feet. There’s careful attention to alignment and breath to ensure your safety and productivity during each workout.

SBP

No Equipment Yoga: Back Series

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A physical yoga program for people with Sway Back Posture. This program includes strength and toning for the upper back extensors, hip flexors, and gluts. There’s careful attention to alignment and breath to ensure your safety and productivity during each workout.

SBP

No Equipment Yoga: Ab Series

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A physical yoga program for people with Sway Back Posture. This practice includes strength and toning for the TVA, external and internal obliques, and pelvic floor. There’s careful attention to alignment and breath to ensure your safety and productivity during each workout.

SBP

No Equipment Yoga: Footwork, Upper Body, Abs, Balance, Squats, Lunges and Flexibility

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A physical yoga program for people with Sway Back Posture. This practice includes strength and toning for the TVA, rectus abdominis, pelvic floor, upper back extensors, hip flexors, gluts, adductors and medial intrinsic muscles of the feet. Balance work with yoga postures through all planes of motion, for injury prevention and flexibility to improve functional movement patterns. There’s careful attention to alignment and breath to ensure your safety and productivity during each workout.

SBP

No Equipment Yoga: Abs, Back and Lower Body

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A physical yoga program for people with Sway Back Posture. This practice includes strength and toning for the TVA, external and internal obliques, pelvic floor, upper back extensors, hip flexors, gluts, adductors and medial intrinsic muscles of the feet. Flexibility is included to improve functional movement patterns. There’s careful attention to alignment and breath to ensure your safety and productivity during each workout.