Kathleen Kinmont’s Restorative Core Yoga ~ 33 Ways to Embrace the Ground

Kathleen kinmont, actress and certified yoga instructor, creates a restorative core yoga video with her parents, abby dalton and jack d. Smith.
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Kathleen Kinmont

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July 21, 2012 - PRLog -- Kathleen created this routine for her parents, who are both in their 80ʼs and have sustained all kinds of back surgery, shoulder surgery, knee surgery and hip pain. She wanted them to be able to get a great stretch and workout, without any further injury. Too often, yoga is designed for the athlete who isnʼt intimidated by balancing or standing postures, unfortunately, this eliminates most elderly and/or injured from participating. Kathleen has found that the ʻgroundworkʼ is the greatest foundation for all yoga, and when props (i.e. bolsters and straps) are brought in to support the pose, an incredible relaxation takes place. She has blended together all of her favorite yoga poses that are done on the ground, and included a challenging core routine to strengthen the abs and increase the flexibility in the lower back. This routine is for everyone who wants to unwind, relax and and burn calories. It will lengthen and strengthen every part of the body, and it will feel like you just had a mini vacation without waiting in a security checkpoint.

Kathleen Kinmont, star of hit syndicated Stephen J. Cannel series, “Renegade” and feature films, “That Thing You Do!” “Halloween 4” and “Bride of Re-Animator” became yoga certified in 1999. She has taught in many yoga studios in Southern California, including catering Hatha Yoga to the stars at Paramount Studios. She can currently be seen in her comedy web series, VideoBreakups.com and BFFENT.com and is a blogger for the Huffington Post.

Abby Dalton, star of TV series, “Hennessey,” “The Joey Bishop Show,” “The Jonathan Winters Show” and “Falcon Crest” started her yoga practice with Bikram Choudry, in his original Beverly Hills studio in 1978. Jack D. Smith, a retired businessman, started his yoga practice with Kathleen and Abby in 2003. They feel so strongly about this routine, they couldnʼt wait to participate in the making of the video. In their own words, “We love it!”
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