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Erica Bornstein is a yoga teacher, dancer, and lover of all movement. Erica believes that yoga can be an embodied art form, a stimulated workout, a lifestyle, a tool for therapeutic relaxation, or a form of spirituality. Overall, yoga is an accommodating practice, accessible to all people, that requires only loving care for the mind and body and the willingness to cherish your own breath. Erica also believes that you only live once and you shouldn't torture yourself with workouts you don't enjoy!

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The Dancing Yogini

 
by Erica Bornstein, Yoga, Dance, and Fitness Instructor

 
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In our society, it is not uncommon to have tight shoulders. Most people spend the majority of their days sitting, hunching over a computer, driving, or even slouching over their meals. When your shoulders are feeling knotty and sticky, try these stretches to open them up.




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