Featured Yoga Pose–Viparita Karani (Legs-Up-the-Wall Yoga Pose)

By Lori Ferry’, RYT and Reiki Master Teacher   This restorative posture gets blood flowing in the opposite direction allowing gravity to reverse the effects on our body, making it good for most any ailment including arthritis, high or low blood pressure, respiratory ailments, and menopause.     Legs-Up-the-Wall Pose Benefits:

Prana Vayu: Uncover the hidden qualities of your heart

By Shannon Funk, RYT Much of yoga practice or breath work or even meditation has a purpose, and that purpose can be very individual, but there seems to be no denying that across the board practitioners tend to feel a sense of opening into their center, discovering something about themselves in one way or another, … Continued

Reiki is an amazing addition to your healthcare regime!

by Lori Ferry, RYT and Reiki Master Teacher What is Reiki? The awareness that an unseen energy flows through all living things and directly affects the quality of a person’s health has been part of the wisdom of many cultures since ancient times. This life energy goes by many names: qi in China, ki in … Continued

Restore and Refresh with Yoga

by Patti Shelton, MD, RYT It’s the end of a long day, and you’re exhausted, but you feel too stressed and frazzled to sleep.  Or you’re feeling like you really should do a yoga practice, but you simply don’t have the energy for downward dog.  Restorative Yoga is perfect for these moments.  Here are a few … Continued

Spring 2014 Yoga Schedule at AIM!

Hi Folks, The roll out of the Yoga Program here at AIM has been a success so far, and we hope that even more of you can join us for classes this spring.  Click below for a PDF of the Spring 2014 Yoga Class Schedule and pricing.  Hope to see you here! Spring 2014 Yoga … Continued

Kindra M. Reid, JD, MPA, CPT, CSCS, FMS

Kindra is a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT), a Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a Metabolic Effect Nutrition Consultant (ME-NC). She is also certified in the Functional Movement Screen, in TRX Suspension Training, and in KFit Kettlebell Training. As a corrective exercise specialist, Kindra is dedicated to helping people move and feel better, and excels at working … Continued

What is Corrective Exercise?

What is Corrective Exercise? Kindra Reid, CPT, CSCS, FMS Unlike the traditional, one-size fits all approach to exercise, corrective exercise begins with the premise that every body moves, and has moved, differently. Depending on how we’ve moved, imbalances in strength and function can occur. These imbalances can be caused by too little movement (a sedentary … Continued