Anatomy & PhysiologyEvents

Exploring the Physical Practice with Megan 7/15/17

Starting this week, our very own resident expert, Megan Brock PT, DPT, MPH, RYT-200, has graciously agreed to share her knowledge of how the body works in regular mini-educational posts to help us become more aware of ourselves and our physical yoga practice.

We look forward to learning from her abundance of knowledge and cant wait to grow stronger, together.

by: Megan Brock

Have you ever wondered why sometimes you feel the most soreness two days after working hard in yoga class? Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is muscle pain that can peak 48 hours after new or vigorous activity. It is especially common after eccentric contractions like the action of the triceps (back of the arm) and pectoralis (chest) muscles that control the lowering of your body in chaturanga.

Join me, Megan Brock, Wednesday nights at 7:45 for All Levels Heated Power. We’ll sweat, stretch, strengthen and keep learning about how our bodies work!