30 DAY YOGA CHALLENGE

DAY 22

“You are the most important project you will ever work on.”

Myo Fascial Flow – Nurture Your Spine

What is fascia? Fascia is the name given to a specific (and variable) kind of connective tissue that is becoming the subject of a rapidly increasing amount of research with regard to its range and capabilities.
Fascia includes tendinous sheets (aponeuroses) and chords (tendons), connecting webs (some strong and some gossamer-like), and various types of tissues forming joints, attachments, and continuous connections throughout our bodies. It has been suggested that the entire body is made up of variations on this tissue theme: that bone is a calcified form of the fascia at its thickest, hardest, and most compressed, while cartilage comes next, with high hyaline content, then ligament, then tendon, then myo-fascia containing numerous muscle fibres.
These are all (including bone) types of “soft tissues”. This building material in our bodies (i.e., the fascia) varies in thickness and density, extending even to the softest and most delicate membranes, such as the eardrum.
Whatever the different parts of it are named, the fascia certainly forms what can only be described as an entire matrix that surrounds everything, connects everything. It also distinguishes one part of our body from another since everything is wrapped in it.
What is myofascial yoga?
As a simple answer, it is a movement that benefits soft tissues, muscles, connective tissue, and even the brain as it builds new neural pathways. It is specifically designed to include movements in every direction.

DAY 19

10 Min Guided Meditation

DAY 20

Stretch Your Limits

DAY 21

Build Strength Improve Balance