Yoga for Scoliosis: Day 16

Today I got a voicemail from my chiropractor telling me that she misses me and that they’d love to see me again! Funny, because I was just thinking I miss going in to see them. I really do love seeing the chiro, I just wish that my insurance would cover more of it. When I first came to this town, I would see her at least three times a week, and after a while, I did notice a difference. I haven’t been in a month or so now, so tomorrow I’m thinking I can set up an appointment to go in and visit. Maybe she’ll say that she’s surprised that I’m not in worse shape without an adjustment in weeks, and I can tell her it’s because I’m over halfway through my thirty day yoga streak.


30 Day Yoga Challenge: Day Sixteen


Sarah Beth is giving me just what I need. Today wasn’t a bad day of work or even that hard or stressful, Thursdays are just tiring in general. So, after I got home and dinner was made, I rolled the mat out for a relaxing practice. This wasssssssss perfect. Gentle stretches, nothing too hard, not too slow that I’d fall asleep on the mat either, just great moves that helped me recenter after a hectic day on little sleep.


yoga at home


Other Notes:

  • I loved rolling to each side during happy baby! My hips were BAD this practice, so happy baby felt so good/bad/mostly good.
  • Reverse table top, as I’ve said before, is just not something I’m ready to do. When I try, my entire right shoulder / front chest / back of arm start to throb in pain immediately. Hm hm hm. For that, I just brought my arms back like I WAS going to do the pose, but left my butt on the mat for a heart opening stretch instead.

Namaste and see you tomorrow!

Disclaimer: I am so so so so so not even close to being a medical professional and the same goes for being a professional yoga instructor. All I’m doing is journaling my personal experiences regarding my physical health and my yoga practice, please do not follow any of this instead of going to a physician yourself. I do not believe YouTube is a substitution for true medical care, but can be a supplement to what you and your doctor decide what’s best for you! 

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