Indian head massage has been practiced for centuries and is now recognised as a relaxing and highly beneficial therapy. It works on both the physical and mental state and is a massage of the upper body, back, shoulders, neck and (as the name suggest) the head, the areas that are most vulnerable to stress and tension. Indian head massage can be practiced at hone or at work and men, women and children of all ages can benefit.
Body-part-focused Pilates that always incorporates a small inflatable ball. The eight-inch “squishy ball” mimics expensive Pilates machines while helping to assure correct technique (e.g. lying leg lifts with the ball between your feet — if your core isn’t engaged, the ball falls out). The ball also helps guide movements and improves body positioning. The video has four workout segments, plus a warm-up and stretch. Each section features distinct exercises that target a specific muscle group: abs, obliques/buns, legs/thighs and a final total-body series. Tracey’s cuing is very detailed; she explains every exercise in clear, easy-to-understand terms. Requires a small, inflatable ball.
Are you tired of running on a treadmill? Do you like to dance? Then switch it up with Tracey Mallet’s new Fuse Dance Cardio Lean DVD.