One of the most important things you can do for your health and wellness is to do a little bit every day.
A consistent flow of small, incremental gains is the best way to see improvements because it’s easy to maintain.
To help your body find balance, you’ll need to stretch muscles that are typically short and tight, and shorten muscles that are typically long and tight or overstretched.
If you’re interested in learning more about why some muscles are short and tight while others are long and tight and how to identify and correct these imbalances, check out our free webinar (this video is just a small taste of the content we cover there) where we’ll get into that and more. Free NMB Webinar
With just two practical exercises, you can start to make the incremental changes your body needs.
The exercises in this video are so gentle you can do them at work, but because you’ll be targeting the right muscles with the right movements, you’ll still get results that add up.
If you want more practical exercises that simply and intelligently help to undo all the wear and tear we put our bodies through, then you’ll want to check out the NeuroMuscular Balancing course.
In it, you’ll find insight into the true nature of your body, several easy-to-do but very impactful exercises, and more!
NeuroMuscular Balancing Course
Kalindi Dinoffer is trained in multiple aspects of mindfulness in life and in sports, sharing on her blog MindfulKalindi.com. She is also certified to teach yoga, fitness, reiki, and MFR. Kalindi also serves as VP marketing at OnCourtOffCourt.com, a leading supplier of tennis, pickleball, fitness and yoga training aids and equipment and has been published in Tennis industry Magazine and Pickleball Magazine, and has conducted workshops at conferences around the world. In her spare time, Kalindi plays tennis, pickleball and table tennis and enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and biking and cross country skiing in the winter.