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Course Level: Experienced Beginner, Intermediate

Shoulder Medley: Push and Pull Part II

299.00 for 1 month

The sessions in this Short Course are based on asana-inspired shoulder actions.  Each session is programmed like a ‘shoulder circuit’: in the first part of the session, a set of actions are done slowly with detailed explanations, and in the next part, they are repeated at a faster pace (and if you wish to do a little more, you may repeat the circuit again).  This session brings together one of the options for  ‘pushing’ and ‘pulling’ actions.  Also look at ‘pushing’ and ‘pulling Part I. For a comprehensive understanding of the subject, we recommend that you work with all the sessions of this Short Course.

This session is part of the Short Course 'Shoulder Medley'

Duration: 50 mins.

Level: All Levels

Props needed: any chair, a couple of blocks, access to a wall, for the pulling actions, we will need an a sturdy anchor fixed to a wall - like an overhead bar, a window grill, or yoga wall ropes.

Tag words: 50mins dynamic shoulder health shoulder strengthening shoulders

We recorded the ‘Shoulder Medley’ Series in response to requests for shorter duration sessions, that quickly ease shoulder discomfort – especially from long hours of sitting.  The sessions in this Series are based on asana-inspired shoulder/ shoulder blade/ upper back actions.  Taken together, they cover the entire gamut of shoulder actions and positions.  Each session is programmed like a ‘Shoulder Circuit’: in the first part of the session, a set of actions are done slowly with detailed explanations, and in the next part, they are repeated at a faster pace (and if you wish to do a little more, you may repeat the circuit again).  The 3 parts of this Short Course proceed in the order:

    • Simple Actions: Part 1 and Part 2
    • Push and Pull: Part 1 and Part 2
    • Rotator cuff: Part 1 and Part 2

We recommend that for your first attempt, you try the sessions in this order.  We encourage you to mix and match in the subsequent attempts.

Note:

  • while these actions and positions are great for overall shoulder health, for shoulder strengthening, some of them might not be suitable if you have a shoulder or neck injury.