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A Quick Yoga Sequence to Tame Holiday Stress

A Quick Yoga Sequence to Tame Holiday Stress

34 Pictures To See Which Muscle You’re Stretching

34 Pictures To See Which Muscle You’re Stretching

There are a number of ways weight loss can benefit the health of your heart. First and probably foremost, it lowers your BMI (body mass index). You can calculate your BMI by taking your weight in pounds and dividing it by your height in inches squared....

24 Yoga poses for beginners. Namaste :-). #yoga #meditation #health

24 Beginners Yoga Poses You Can Start with at Home

Strengthen your muscles so they look lean and toned with this 16-minute beginner…

Your Muscles Will Be on Fire After This 16-Minute Yoga Sequence

Strengthen your muscles so they look lean and toned with this 16-minute beginner…

Can’t sleep? Here are the best yoga poses for a better night’s sleep.  Watch this video and try this bedtime yoga sequence to relax your mind and body, stretch and sleep better.

Bedtime Yoga: Stretch Your Way to Better Sleep

Can’t sleep? Here are the best yoga poses for a better night’s sleep. Watch this video and try this bedtime yoga sequence to relax your mind and body, stretch and sleep better.

From Rotated Side Angle, inhale to lift the torso up. With an exhale, gently arch back and lower your left hand down, resting it on the back of your left leg. Raise your right arm overhead, feeling the stretch through the right side of your body. Continue to lower your hips, pressing your front knee forward so it's directly over your right ankle. Remain here for five complete breaths.  Source: Louisa Larson Photography

Reverse Warrior

From Rotated Side Angle, inhale to lift the torso up. With an exhale, gently arch back and lower your left hand down, resting it on the back of your left leg. Raise your right arm overhead, feeling the stretch through the right side of your body. Continue to lower your hips, pressing your front knee forward so it's directly over your right ankle. Remain here for five complete breaths. Source: Louisa Larson Photography

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