Have a few minutes at home and want a quick movement suggestion?
Try this bundle of short videos that offers creative ideas for little things that you can do in the comfort of your home.
Experience how slight changes can add up to big changes.
You can do one a day or “binge move.”
You may never think of your frying pan in the same way again!
These videos were created when I was sheltering in place on Maui during the COVID Pandemic.
"Door Jamb Jam"
"Twisting Gets Out the Gunk"
- Quick Tips to Help Avoid Face Touching (3:07)
- Use Your Sink to Lengthen Your Spine (3:14)
- Hip Circles- A Quick and Beneficial Movement (3:07)
- Protect Your Wrists (2:21)
- Ankles Around (3:27)
- Bickering Begone! (1:40)
- Twisting Gets Out the Gunk (5:41)
- Dont Forget to Look Outside the Window (1:27)
- The Frying Pan - Scapula Connection (2:25)
- A Quick Tip for Standing (1:56)
- Doorway to a Longer Spine (1:58)
- Downward Facing Dog (4:00)
- Big Asana in the Kitchen (1:35)
- Constructive Rest (3:59)
- Shoulder Blade Swivels (2:46)
- Strap Walk Balance Challenge (2:44)
- A Practice for When You're Short on Time (0:47)
- Proud Peacock (2:05)
- The Cylon (3:24)
- Wrists Rounds (2:11)
- Head Massage (1:17)
- Rib Glides (1:39)
- Walk Up the Wall (1:33)
- Open Your Eyes Wide in the Dark (2:27)
- Opening the Olive Jar (1:50)
- Do the "Maya" (2:20)
- Upside Down Right Angle in Hallway (2:28)
- Live Long and Prosper (1:43)
- Door Jamb Jam (1:55)
- Door Jamb Jam II (2:02)
- Shoulder Rolls (1:21)
- Block Walking (1:46)
- Hip Shoulder Circles (1:34)
- Kumar Twists (2:50)
- Pencil Push-Up (3:26)
- Calf Stretch (3:18)
- Rollin' Rollin' Shoulders (2:05)
- Simple Twist (3:09)
- Turn Around the Other Way (2:19)
- Get Hippy: A Few Fun Ways to Move Your Hips (4:12)
- Rest (3:32)
- Block Walking (1:46)
As a movement educator, Sandra Razieli loves to guide people to move better so that they can feel better and live better. She approaches movement from a neuro-biomechanical model that is shaped by years of teaching yoga-based practices as well as her work as a cultural anthropologist, teen educator and Jewish spiritual leader.
Sandra has been a certified yoga teacher since 2001. She is also R, I, S and T certified by Z-Health Neurological-Based Movement Training, is a Nutritious Movement™ Certified Restorative Exercise Specialist and is certified by Elise Miller as a Yoga for Scoliosis Trainer.
Sandra currently resides on Maui where she enjoys going barefoot often. You can find out more about Sandra at www.raziyoga.com