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How to Do a Vinyasa in Yoga


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YogaOutlet.com
1 year ago.
Hi Carole!

If your heels are rolled out, you'll need to be careful of your ankles, as you're using a very small muscle group to move into your poses. We suggest you tuck one foot under at a time, to time find placement of your toes pressing the ground. This way you're not "rolling over the toes," instead you're "tucking the toes," one foot and a time. It will help protect your ankles and encourage your body to use its larger muscle groups to move you.

Let us know if we can help clarify a bit more :)
carole
1 year ago.
I notice you speak of "rolling over the toes". I find this very difficult because my heels always are rolled to the outside my feet and my toes inward. I find it very difficult to keep my feet in a straight line, possibly because I have very limited outward rotation of my hips and find all balance poses difficult. (I had a stroke a few years ago) Can you give me advise on how to strengthen my feet and work toward being able to roll over my toes?
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