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Begin your deep dive into the muscular tissue system by learning about fascia (connective tissue) and the importance of movement for proper tissue hydration.
Take time to release the outer sheath of your legs. Start reclined, working your therapy ball into your outer hip, leg, and knee to massage the connective tissue. Get into your hips with gentle seated folds and twists; practice warrior 2, wide-legged forward bend, and twisted chair; then finish with reclined leg lifts, a hip opener, and pigeon prep. Props Needed: A therapy ball. Props Suggested: A blanket, a block, and a bolster.
Work on the connective tissue in the back of your legs. Begin on your back with gentle subtle movements that will lengthen your side and back body. Open your hamstrings with reclined hand-to-foot pose followed by cobra, then massage the connective tissue in the sole of your foot with your therapy ball. Practice pyramid and virasana, then end with seated twists and folds. Props Needed: A strap and a therapy ball. Props Suggested: A blanket, a block, and a bolster.
Focus on the fascia on the front and inside of your legs. Begin on your back with sliding movements, a gentle twist, and tree pose, then practice hand-to-foot pose on your side for an inner groin release. Stand up for triangle, a wide-legged forward bend, tree pose, extended side angle, and half moon. Close with a seated wide-legged fold.
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