Wednesday Q&A

188 | Wednesday Q&A

Jan 15, 2020

Today is Wednesday Q&A, where you ask me questions directly and I answer them. I try to be spontaneous and answer them right on the spot. Also, make sure you check out my Lit Daily online yoga classes, so that you can feel your most lit up anytime, anywhere.

I answer your questions about working through knee pain, helping with menstrual cramps, and keeping up self practice as a teacher.

Your questions:

  • What tips do you have on working with someone with moderate kyphosis?
  • How many hours a day do you teach, and do you self-practice daily around that?
  • Does the subscription to your website renew automatically?
  • How can I help people step forward from downward dog to lunge without the knee down or circumventing the hip?
  • How/when/if do you make room for quiet/alone time away from all things electronics and other people?
  • When do you think you might have another teacher training in Princeton?
  • Is it a good idea to have my head and scapula against a wall while I meditate?
  • Where do I start with a student who has trouble in sukhasana, rounded spine high knees?
  • What is the best yoga pose to help relieve menstrual cramps in lower back and stomach?
  • What movements should be restricted for osteoarthritis?
  • Back bend from beginner to progress toward advanced level?

Do you have a question?

  • DM me on Instagram: @lara.heimann
  • Email me at
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