Solo and from the sidelines, Nicole Tsong absorbs the basics — and the fun, social vibe.
Nicole Tsong, who loves movement in all forms, is a yoga teacher and a writer. She teaches yoga at studios around Seattle and has written her column Fit for Life in Pacific NW magazine since 2012. You can reach her at email@example.com and learn more at nicoletsong.com.
From core-strengthening holds to foot-stretching rolls, here are some excellent exercises to try in front of the TV | Fit for Life WATCH
Nicole Tsong demonstrates her favorite ways to get moving outside of a structured class.
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She’s not quite a funambulist — yet — but the balance of strength, challenge and concentration has her hooked.