Hey there, and welcome back. Back in the day, I used to teach yoga. Yes, I taught yoga for over 10 years and created my own style that I termed '3d Yoga'. 3d meaning we moved the body more in a circular/spherical fashion and focused on "functional" and dynamic movements. I had a pretty good following. I stopped teaching though secondary to work requirements and then my hip pain got in the way...fast forward...two years post hip replacement, and I'm looking to get into moving my body like I used to and thought I'd bring y'all along! Let me know if you have any questions. This yoga is for all levels and can of course be advanced or regressed as needed. As always, listen to your body, keep your ego in check, and do what you can. If you need help, reach out!
This is a quick video for those who have lost the ability to stand on one leg and want to be able to do this again. Please remember to do this in a safe place and/or have a spotter. Of course, standing on one leg is not the only parameter for how well one can "balance". With that said, it is one parameter and a common one for most of us who have lost the ability to stand on one leg. If you need extra help, reach out to a professional to help improve your strength, coordination, power, and general balance to mitigate fall risk and enhance your functional abilities so you can enjoy life and do the things that make you happy!!