A peer-reviewed article written by Cristian Pavel, DDS, RYT 200, and Danielle Cascioli, DDS, RYT 200
The prehuddle yoga flow is a five-to-ten-minute sequence of breathing and movements designed to help release physical and mental tension in order to optimize movement and focus throughout the workday. The goal of this practice is to strengthen overall health and prevent chronic stress. This course will break down each component of the five-to-ten-minute prehuddle yoga flow and discuss the purpose and application of each individual exercise. One healthy decision leads to the next. This sequence is designed to reduce stress and increase physical mobility while facilitating a constructive bond between coworkers.
At the conclusion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:
1. Self-regulate energy and focus
2. Prevent chronic pains
3. Prevent chronic stress
Cristian Pavel, DDS, RYT 200, attained his doctor of dental surgery degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He attained his registered yoga teacher certification in 2018.
Danielle Cascioli, DDS, RYT 200, graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry in 2016, and earned her yoga teacher certification in 2019.
Together, they host dental lectures, workshops, and retreats focused on health, wellness, and burnout prevention. For more information, visit dentalyogis.com.
© Fizkes | Dreamstime.com
Quick Access Code: 20000