IT Band-Aid: To Roll or Not to Roll? - The Myth Series
The IT Band is arguably the most famous fascia on your body. It is wrongly maligned as being the cause of pain for many, but it’s actually just a connective tissue messenger conducting force transfers from several powerful muscles. In the general public, it suffers from regular “attacks” from hard foam rollers – no wonder it’s so misunderstood. This class teaches safe techniques to help your whole hip/femur complex reframe an embodied understanding of your IT Band.
Props used in this class: YTU Therapy Balls in Tote, Therapy Ball Plus in Tote, APLHA Twinset
After doing the IT Band-Aid: To Roll or Not to Roll class, we recommend you also do the following class from the Replay Library:
Single leg competency is one of the benefits of having a resilient IT Band. Let this class challenge the strength and weaknesses on each of your legs/hips.
LIVE Interactive Zoom Call for this Class (only with subscription):
July 28th; 10am PT
In the next phase of MOVE, BREATHE, ROLL, Jill focuses on common myths and misperceptions of practice that still persist in yoga and movement classrooms today. Each class tackles a myth that unrolls like a sticky mat when you filter it through anatomy, kinesiology and physiology. Join Jill on this fun myth-busting journey that also translates into other popular movement forms including pilates, CrossFit and Instagram Inspo. Each class will attempt to unpack a myth from a historical/contextual lens and take you through Tune Up Fitness movement practices that help your body to be a lab of curiosity, discovery and mirth.