Video: Combating Repetitive Stress

Much of what we do in life, from working at a computer to housework, can cause issues with our posture and repetitive stress injury or fatigue.  This simple yoga video was designed to counteract the effects of the daily stress and fatigue of our lives.  Questions or comments?  Please post below the video 😉

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34 Comments

  • Xavier

    Reply Reply October 11, 2013

    I am loving this! Thanks for sharing! You rock!

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 12, 2013

      Hi Xavier! I am so glad you enjoyed it!

  • Teri Spratley

    Reply Reply October 17, 2013

    Hi Miss Morgan. I want you to know I think you are amazing. I was so sorry to hear that you were feeling bad!!! OMG! .I just watched your new video! wow ! you are certainly the best and most informed beautiful girl ever!!!, and I have always admired you! And the fact that you are so educated, and willing to help the rest of us who are not is really wonderful! I loved too that your little childred were also involved, even when you asked them to help you by keeping quiet or keeping still while mommy taught or while we were all in the middle of learing other languages or skills. Several of my family members have illness, and we all are learning how to deal w/it, and still take care of everything else already on the calendar ! I still had at least a month or more of credit w/you….but that was my fault, because you are amazing, honey!!! I know I have more than a responsibility when it comes to being where I need to be where!!!!!!! I love you! But if you can, I would love to know where exactly I stand. I will send my kids (geez, they are all grown up too, just like you !)…xoxoxoxoAmma Teri

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 18, 2013

      Hi Teri! I’m so glad that you enjoyed the video. And thank you for your kind words and encouragement! I really feel blessed to have such wonderful students! I’m sending you an email about your questions so be on the lookout today!

  • leslie Dailey

    Reply Reply October 30, 2013

    Thank You . You are a good reminder of how I can teach clients to stay supple. Cheers! and I fully encourage you to continue these efforts!

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 30, 2013

      Thank you Leslie!

  • Joni Whitehead

    Reply Reply October 30, 2013

    Thank you for sharing

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 30, 2013

      You are welcome Joni!

  • Karen

    Reply Reply October 30, 2013

    Thank you for making this available as a download. My Internet service is so slow that videos don’t play without stopping several times. I’ve often thought I should try yoga… You made it possible, Thanks : )

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 30, 2013

      You are welcome Karen. I am so glad that you are able to use this video to incorporate yoga into your life!

  • Beverly

    Reply Reply October 30, 2013

    Loved it thank you so much.

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 30, 2013

      You are welcome Beverly. I am so glad that you like the video!

  • Marguerite

    Reply Reply October 30, 2013

    Great stretches and yoga poses. I am a Massage Therapist and I am going to share with my clients.

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 30, 2013

      Thank you Marguerite for sharing this video with your clients.

  • Paula Washington

    Reply Reply October 30, 2013

    Hi Morgan, I’m a Massage Therapist and I sit at the computer quite often for long periods of time. I absolutely love this video showing how to open my shoulders. The instructions were so easy to follow and I’m going to incorporate into my everyday routine and share with my clients. Thank You so much and I look forward to more to come!! Paula

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 30, 2013

      Hi Paula! Thank you so much for your kind words and for sharing this with your clients. Let me know if you ever have any questions. ~ Morgan

  • Mary Ann

    Reply Reply October 30, 2013

    I am relatively new to yoga and absolutely love it. This was a fantastic video for me to use…i just had to download it and replay it over and over. Keep up the great work.

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 30, 2013

      Hi Mary Ann. Thank you for you kind words. I am so glad that you enjoyed the video. It makes my heart smile! ~ Morgan

  • Felicia

    Reply Reply October 30, 2013

    Thanks for doing the video. I’ve never done yoga, today you made it possible. Can we expect to see more? You are awesome! Lots of love!

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 31, 2013

      Hi Felicia! I am so glad that you enjoyed the video! I am definitely doing more videos so look out for them. Thank you for all of your encouragement and love!

  • Maddy

    Reply Reply October 31, 2013

    Loved this. Very timely for me and my tight shoulders. Definitely keeper. Will keep this on my Ipad to do anywhere. I always forget to breathe and appreciate the reminders. Hoping to earn enough with massage so I can afford a local yoga class. Thank you. Maddy

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 31, 2013

      Thanks Maddy! I am so glad that you liked the video.

  • Laura

    Reply Reply October 31, 2013

    Great, helpful video! I look forward to using it!

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 31, 2013

      Thank you Laura.

  • Laurine

    Reply Reply October 31, 2013

    Thanks for making this video you have helped me find some solution for my tight shoulders .please continue the good work you never know how many people you are saving from having unnecessary surgery.This might be your calling please pursue
    regrade
    Laurine.

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply October 31, 2013

      Laurine, thank you! I really enjoy doing yoga not only for myself, but I enjoy teaching it as well. Thank you for your positive thoughts and encouragement. I am definitely doing more of these videos.

  • Michelle Bautista

    Reply Reply November 4, 2013

    Thank you for this. I am a very busy LMT and I was wanting to find some time to join a Yoga facility that would do some slower yoga. I am soo glad you did this and am so looking forward to the ones to come!!

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply November 5, 2013

      Michelle you are very welcome! Thank you for you kind words! I am so glad that you enjoyed the video. I will let you know when more are released to keep an eye out!

  • Ela

    Reply Reply November 6, 2013

    Ela
    Hi, Morgan. Thank you very very much for the access to your instructions. I found these exercises easy to perform, relaxing and… it is sooo comfortable not to drive anywhere to attend such classes ( because of my work schedule). I even did not try before. Your video encouraged me to start. When I feel back pain I am using the basket ball ( a little bit blown off air ) and roll on it with my back – it looks similar to the pose with the bolster. It brings me some relieve in a short time but the bolster looks safer. Thanks again and waiting impatiently for more instructions. Lots of love. Ela

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply November 6, 2013

      Hi Ela! I am so glad that you enjoyed the video and that it has filled a need that you had. I am sorry to hear that you have back pain. A bolster is a great prop to have because it is so beneficial to many poses as well as relaxing. It is a little bit of an investment so another option is to take two or three dense blankets (I’ve used two queen sized fleece blankets) and then fold them vertically twice and then place one on top of the other and then starting at one side roll them up. This will not be the exact size of the bolster that I am using in the video, but it will give you the same basic shape. Enjoy! ~ Morgan

  • ester

    Reply Reply November 7, 2013

    Thank you very much for sharing

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply November 14, 2013

      Ester, you are so welcome!

  • Susan

    Reply Reply November 14, 2013

    Sorry it’s taken me so long to check this out. Glad I did though. I think I’ll put this on my phone and work computer. I do massages all day, sit at my computer for the rest of the evening then take karate and kickboxing twice a week. By the end of the week my shoulders are killing me. I also have a karate injury to my right shoulder that continually bothers me. I do yoga on a regular basis, but the routine I follow focuses more on hips than shoulders, because that has been my tightest area in the past. Thank you for your instructions and especially poses focused on the shoulders!!

    • Morgan Turley

      Reply Reply November 14, 2013

      Susan, I am glad that you enjoyed the video!

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