Jon Kolaska

Jon Kolaska

 

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This little posture "hack" will help you maintain better body position while sitting at your computer. Just like you, I tend to slump down over time and it's very unhealthy.
This week I'm going to share with you a simple exercise I like to do to stretch my lower back. All you need is a solid chair without wheels, but with armrests.
What is Forrest yoga? I'll explain in this video what Forrest yoga is and what you can gain from the practice. We also hear straight from Ana a little bit about her philosophy.
Qi is our vital life force in our bodies. Gong means cultivation. So, qi gong is the cultivation of our life force. Watch this video to learn a simple, centering exercise from qi gong.
This video will help you learn to maintain and control a handstand. If you are nervous about inversions, don't worry - we start with Downward Dog and how to kick up to the handstand.
This week we give tips on how to develop your one legged squat. A challenging movement, it requires a combination of strength, balance, and flexibility.
A simple technique for using the dreaded lacrosse balls (or tennis balls if you want something softer) to relieve tension in your back and neck.
Reiki (pronounced ray-kee) is an amazing hands-on, spiritual form of relaxation and stress reduction that promotes healing, health and peace. But what can it do for you as an athlete?
How can poking your feet and hands help you heal on the inside? In this week's video Jon explains the science and theories behind reflexology and how it might be useful for you.
Welcome to part three of our video series Yoga for Athletic Guys. This week we focus on yet another area where athletic guys tend to be tight - the hips and legs.
In part two we focus on the upper body with stretches for the wrists, forearms, neck, and shoulders. Give these a try right now - feel what a difference stretching and breathing can make.
The 1st in a 3 part series, "Yoga For Athletic Guys." In part 1 we go over the basic ideas behind yoga and breathing techniques. Useful techniques for both health and relaxation.