It’s beneficial to practice both sides of the body evenly to understand better understand the strengths and flexibility on each side. Once you know you can then make appropriate decisions to create balance: rather than focusing on a “good side” or “bad side” Many people talk about their good side and bad side without really know what they’re own criteria for labeling the sides of the body as such. This is also an indication of a deeper body message between right brain/left brain (creativity/structure) and/or masculine/feminine. In any case I find it far more useful to understand what muscles of each side of my are strong and which are flexible. I don’t treat them the same in my personal practice, and I certainly don’t play into them. In this video you will see my go deeper on my right side even though the left is way more flexible. On my right side my hip flexors and abdominals are tight - my body feels awesome when I focus on stretching them- on my left leg my buttocks is weak so I use the front leg of this lunge as an opportunity to strengthen my left buttocks. When I do this pose on the left side forward it plays into everything that is easy for my body so I don’t spend as much time there unless my ego is feeling like it needs to prove itself to something or someone 🤣#truth ✨ Get to know your body on a masterful level with my latest Online Hips Workshop only at TheYogiMatt.con/Hips
"I live my life a quarter mile at a time!" Wait... that doesn't work. "Mama always said life was like a box of chocolates..." Hmmm... nope. That's not gonna work. "I walk the line...."??? 🤔🤔🤔🤔 Not so much... Well... happy #flexfriday!
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Show: NPC West Coast Classic #npcwestcoast (2014)