The Week’s Top Yoga News, According to the People at Tula Software
Yoga on Ice
With a 12-2-0 record so far this season, the Colorado Avalanche are off to a good start, maybe in part, to yoga. Avs forward Ryan O’Reilly, an avid Yogi, helped bring yoga practice to his team by holding their first ever yoga class this Monday. And with legendary coach Patrick Roy on board too, the season’s bound to get even better.
After experiencing problems with their pants and thus, high-profile turnovers, Lululemon has found itself in trouble again thanks to its founder Chip Wilson. In an interview with Bloomberg Television’s Street Smart he stated, "Quite frankly, some women's bodies just actually don't work" while discussing the fit of his company’s clothes. Later in the interview, he did backpedal, but the damage had already been done.
What a Pain in the
Don’t ignore that pain in your hips, especially if you’re a woman. While yoga is known to increase flexibility and open up your hips, it can also lead to some serious damage. Doctors across the map are seeing more and more middle-aged women coming in with hip pain that’s severe enough to have a hip replacement. While it’s not exactly an epidemic, this should be a warning that if you’re feeling pain to seek treatment.
Easing the Folsom
Video: Prisoners at Folsom Prison outside of Sacramento are taking to the mat to be more present and turn their lives around.
Tips for Recognizing
an Unsafe Yoga Class
Yoga is all about self-improvement. You should never force your body into something if it isn’t ready. You know what’s best. So if you think you might be taking a class from a studio or instructor that is pushing the limits unsafely, it’s time to start looking for a new class.
Blog All About It: Yoga
Mom, Yogi and blogger Kim Z. Dale talks about fitting in time to do yoga during, and after pregnancy, and why it’s so essential to her wellbeing.