My 21-Day Challenge to You
My challenge to you is very simple. Join me for 15 minutes a day, every day, for 21 days, and let’s unlock your tight hips! We’ll stretch, breathe, chat about yoga and nutrition, and practice together.
I’ll live broadcast my own favorite Science of Stretching™ hip opening stretches, and you can practice right along with me. If you don’t catch me live, don’t worry, you’ll always have access to the replay. I’ll answer questions before, during, and after each lesson.
Students contact me every week wanting to join my classes, but these days, most of my teaching in restricted to intensive training courses—sometimes on the other side of the world—that most people are unable to attend. This short course is my attempt to share my practices and my best stretching knowledge with you, as if we were hanging out in my studio—only we’ll be in my living room, hotel rooms, and other random places.
This is unlike any other video course you might have done. It’s just me and my phone, broadcasting from wherever I am in the world. I’ll bring students live on camera, answer questions, and I’ll breathe and stretch as I film. This is unedited, unscripted, 100 percent raw and real. I’m excited. Are you?
What is Science of Stretching™?
Science of Stretching™ is a systematic approach to flexibility training that I developed after studying and comparing notes with some of the leading yoga teachers, physiotherapists, and movement specialists in the world. The truth is, experts argue about the best method to train flexibility, but what I’ve found is that for people who need flexibility—yoga students, gymnasts, and dancers—the consensus is pretty much the same.
For flexibility gains, you need to supplement whatever you’re doing with long-hold passive postures that target specific areas. When I teach, I also pair it with a down-regulating breathing pattern to assist in shutting off the stretch reflex and encouraging relaxation and release.
I introduced Science of Stretching™ in 2007, and it has since been practiced by more than 80,000 students worldwide. At my yoga studios in Barcelona, we teach regular, guided classes, and they are among the most popular for one simple reason: they work. You get results.
Science of Stretching™ is not a complete practice or exercise routine. It’s specifically focused on one thing—flexibility—and it’s meant to complement whatever else you’re doing for exercise.