Targeted Movement Videos

Mindful movement for a specific area of the body (e.g., shoulders, hips, core, spine) for an extra boost of mobility and strength.

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Midback Strength & Mobility: Episode 4 Tabletop  [Movement] [15 Minutes]
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Midback Strength & Mobility: Episode 4 Tabletop [Movement] [15 Minutes]

Mid-back freedom! This mid-back movement series includes videos of shorter lengths with a few movements each to work with mid-back mobility and strength. This episode focuses on movements from the starting position of tabletop (knees and hands down). Mid-back (thoracic spine) movement is important for many reasons: - Range of motion (reaching, twisting, bending) - Strengthening mid-back muscles helps take impact off shoulders and low back - Natural curvature of the spine - Breathing capacity Focusing on mid-back can bring you a sense of rejuvenation through spine and freedom in breath and movement. Video by Cindy Glennon, certified yoga and meditation teacher. For more videos, and to subscribe, go to www.cindyglennonwellness.com Common Sense: As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense. To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. Cindy Glennon, cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website. This includes emails, videos and text. Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired. Thanks for your understanding.
Midback Strength & Mobility: Episode 3 Prone Reclined  [Movement] [15 Minutes]
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Midback Strength & Mobility: Episode 3 Prone Reclined [Movement] [15 Minutes]

Mid-back freedom! This mid-back movement series includes videos of shorter lengths with a few movements each to work with mid-back mobility and strength. This episode focuses on movements from starting positions of prone (front to floor) and reclined (back to floor), so it is gentle on all joints. Mid-back (thoracic spine) movement is important for many reasons: - Range of motion (reaching, twisting, bending) - Strengthening mid-back muscles helps take impact off shoulders and low back - Natural curvature of the spine - Breathing capacity Focusing on mid-back can bring you a sense of rejuvenation through spine and freedom in breath and movement. Video by Cindy Glennon, certified yoga and meditation teacher. For more videos, and to subscribe, go to www.cindyglennonwellness.com Common Sense: As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense. To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. Cindy Glennon, cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website. This includes emails, videos and text. Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired. Thanks for your understanding.
Midback Strength & Mobility: Episode 2 Seated Kneeling [Movement] [15 Minutes]
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Midback Strength & Mobility: Episode 2 Seated Kneeling [Movement] [15 Minutes]

Mid-back freedom! This mid-back movement series includes videos of shorter lengths with a few movements each to work with mid-back mobility and strength. This episode focuses on movements from starting position of seated and kneeling, so it is gentle on shoulders, elbows, and wrists. Mid-back (thoracic spine) movement is important for many reasons: - Range of motion (reaching, twisting, bending) - Strengthening mid-back muscles helps take impact off shoulders and low back - Natural curvature of the spine - Breathing capacity Focusing on mid-back can bring you a sense of rejuvenation through spine and freedom in breath and movement. Video by Cindy Glennon, certified yoga and meditation teacher. For more videos, and to subscribe, go to www.cindyglennonwellness.com Common Sense: As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense. To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. Cindy Glennon, cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website. This includes emails, videos and text. Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired. Thanks for your understanding.
Midback Strength & Mobility: Episode 1 Forearm Tabletop [Movement] [10 Minutes]
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Midback Strength & Mobility: Episode 1 Forearm Tabletop [Movement] [10 Minutes]

Mid-back freedom! This mid-back movement series includes videos of shorter lengths with a few movements each to work with mid-back mobility and strength. This episode focuses on movements from starting position of forearm tabletop, so it is gentle on wrists. Mid-back (thoracic spine) movement is important for many reasons: - Range of motion (reaching, twisting, bending) - Strengthening mid-back muscles helps take impact off shoulders and low back - Natural curvature of the spine - Breathing capacity Focusing on mid-back can bring you a sense of rejuvenation through spine and freedom in breath and movement. Video by Cindy Glennon, certified yoga and meditation teacher. For more videos, and to subscribe, go to www.cindyglennonwellness.com Common Sense: As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense. To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program. By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk. Cindy Glennon, cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website. This includes emails, videos and text. Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired. Thanks for your understanding.

Common Sense: As with all exercise programs, when using our exercise videos, you need to use common sense.  To reduce and avoid injury, you will want to check with your doctor before beginning any fitness program.  By performing any fitness exercises, you are performing them at your own risk.  Cindy Glennon, cindyglennonyoga.com (cindyglennonwellness.com) will not be responsible or liable for any injury or harm you sustain as a result of our fitness program, DVD, online fitness videos, or information shared on our website.  This includes emails, videos and text.  Cindy Glennon owns all content and please do not post full videos anywhere without permission, but please do share a link with friends to find my page if you are so inspired. Thanks for your understanding.