FREE Video Training Series: 
How To Hug Your Midline and What it Means for Your Yoga Practice

Pull Yourself Together

This is literally the secret to finding more strength in yoga poses and preventing yourself from getting injured from over stretching.

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Learn My 3 Secrets for a Stronger Core - and a Stronger Yoga Practice

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Collect Yourself

In yoga we focus so much on opening up. It's easy to get addicted to the stretch. But, shifting gears to collecting yourself is helpful - for both strength and stability.

Move From Your Center

The ability to find your central axis is important because it helps you find balance, order, and structure in your body.

Be Consistent

It's not easy, but it is simple. Consistency makes all the difference - and it only takes a few minutes a day. You can even find ways to find your midline in your existing yoga practice!

Student Raves

"Core for Yogis is a fun and effective complement to my Ashtanga practice. I've learned enough to do some Pilates moves on my own and believe my core and arm balances are stronger as a result."


"Jen’s Pilates for Yogis courses have really helped improve my low back pain by helping me gain core strength and pelvic stability. This has allowed me to be stronger and more stable in my asana practice."


"I feel the difference Core for Yogis has made in my regular practice--both in stamina and engagement."


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