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Justine Shelton

Justine Shelton

Certified Viniyoga Therapist and E-RYT500 Registered Yoga Teacher

Justine Shelton, E-RYT500 is a Registered Yoga Teacher and AVI-Certified Viniyoga Therapist. She is the Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Yoga Vista Academy an Advanced Gentle Yoga Teacher Training and Accreditation School, and was initially trained at Soul of Yoga in Encinitas, CA in their Sundara College Teacher Training. She later taught Anatomy and Physiology for the Sundara program and True Nature School of Yoga in Vista and Oceanside, CA.

Justine graduated from Loyola College of Maryland with a B.A. in Sociology and History, putting herself through college on a full athletic scholarship for basketball. As a ‘recovering’ athlete, she was thrilled to find yoga. Letting go of competition came as a huge relief, allowing her to focus on healing her own body. Now her passion is helping others to heal themselves.

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Reasons and Remedies for Tight Shoulders: Perhaps your Infraspinatus Muscle is working too Hard

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From Deskworkers to Massage Therapists to anyone else who uses their upper body for extended periods of time, learn why your shoulders become tight and sore, and what movements and remedies can make you feel better! Your neck will be happier too! Remember, it's all connected.

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