Yoga for Optimal Performance

by: Helen Vanderburg

Learn how yoga postures can enhance mobility, stability and balance to improve common postural deviations.

You’re a student of the body, committed to helping people improve their functional capacity and independence. Human movement is complex and uniquely individual. From a physical perspective, joint structure, neurological patterning, muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia and skin all affect movement. Psychological and emotional factors may also cause restrictions.

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Fitness Journal, Volume 16, Issue 1

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About the Author

Helen Vanderburg

Helen Vanderburg IDEA Author/Presenter

Helen Vanderburg is the owner of Heavens Fitness and Fusion-Fitness-Training. She is the 2005 IDEA Instructor of the Year, the 1996 IDEA Program Director of the Year, and a two-time Can-Fit-Pro Presenter of the Year. Helen holds a bachelor?s degree in kinesiology, is a past world champion in synchronized swimming and is a certified yoga and Pilates instructor.