Today we have a discussion with Sarah Rusnak. Sara is a Yoga teacher, a mother, and a self health advocate.
We discuss different styles of Yoga and focus on Forrest Yoga, created by Ana Forrest. Sarah shares with us her take on what has become an epidemic in our modern society: neck and shoulder tension. One reason this affects so many of us is because we spend so much time sitting in this day and age. Sarah gives us some commonsense explanations as to why our daily habits are causing neck and shoulder pain. Then she offers some solutions to help you relax your neck. One of the many benefits of releasing tension in your body is more energy, and vitality.
Sarah also talks about her teacher Ana Forrest and the unique yoga practice that she advocates. Here are a few video clips for those of you interested in learning more about Forrest yoga. Ana Forrest Ana Forrest, part 2 Sarah offers yoga consultations and classes in Sandpoint Idaho and the surrounding region. Several times a year she offers educational courses focusing on Forrest Yoga, balanced lifestyle and nutrition. If you’d like to connect with here send her an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Below, find the Wikipedia definition for Forrest Yoga:
Forrest Yoga is a modern yoga style based on Hatha yoga. It was created by and named for Ana T. Forrest, an American yogini. It is known for “its long holding of positions, emphasis on abdominal core work, and standing series that can go on for 20 poses on each side”. Reputed for its intensity, the style emphasizes connecting to one’s feelings in order to work through physical and emotional trauma.