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Find Your Balance

Find Your Balance

What is balance, and why is it important? Use this week’s new videos, Welcome to Balance and Find Your Center, to understand why balance matters and put it into context with a quick balance practice. You’ll become more aware of how you’re moving, improve your posture, and gain a strong foundation to support you.

Start with the Find Your Center video, and continue to explore balance with the additional video recommendations in this collection.

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Find Your Balance
  • Welcome to Balance

    You are engineered for balance — your body is designed the way it is for a reason. The reality is that sport, work, and life create imbalance. And your amazing body will compensate in all kinds of clever ways to keep you going amid imbalance, often to its own detriment. Erin explains why balance ...

  • Find Your Center

    Where is your center… really? Often our perception of where our center is doesn’t align with reality. We end up defaulting to patterns and positions that perpetuate our imbalances, even as we try to correct them.

    Find your center! Use this Reset with Erin to put center into context by feeling h...

  • Establish a Blueprint for Center

    Exclusive routine from HIT RESET: Revolutionary Yoga for Athletes!
    You are engineered for balance, so it makes sense that you're at your best when you're in balance. Lying down with your feet on the wall mimics standing and gives you the opportunity to observe (without the work of standing and ba...

  • Stand and Balance

    When is the last time you stood on one leg? Consider this: All your forward motion is a series of single leg balances. And yet, when we halt our usual pace and search for balance in stillness, it can feel illusive — we wobble, shake, and sometimes fall. Use this routine to strengthen your balance...

  • Standing Balance Flow

    Challenge your standing balance while activating and strengthening your core and the muscles that stabilize your ankles, knees, and hips — adding more stability and power to all your movement.
    - Focus: balance
    - Key muscles: quads, hips, core
    - When: pre-workout or cross-training

  • A4Y Practice Plan

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    This 1-month practice plan will help you get real — more aware and actionable — about how you will use yoga to move towards your goals:

    • Print or fill it out digitally. 
    • Start each week by naming your goals: Identify the physical or mental Reset you need most and make a plan. 
    • Review what w...