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- yoga breathing for stress relief
- yoga poses to relieve back pain
- yoga moves for neck pain relief
- yoga stretches for knee pain relief
- yoga routines for relief of sciatic pain
- yoga for sinus congestion relief
- yoga moves for relieving headaches
- yoga for relief of anxiety
- how to practice yoga safely
- yoga relaxation techniques
- and more!
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Mindfulness exercise – in today’s hectic world, do you need this?
I know I do!
I found a simple and relaxing mindfulness video that’s great for beginners.
You may want to pin or favorite this page so you have the video handy when you need it. I’ll be practicing with it daily! Continue reading
Checking out the health benefits of yoga?
There are numerous benefits beyond the obvious physical ones.
This cool yoga infographic will fill you in on the top benefits! Continue reading
Think you can’t do yoga?
You need to see this amazing and inspiring yoga transformation!
Arthur Boorman was a disabled veteran who couldn’t walk, and weighed 297 pounds. No one thought he could do yoga, either.
One man took on the challenge, and nurtured Arthur through an incredible transformation that you must see to believe. Continue reading
Too much to do, and not enough time to do it? Try yoga breathing exercises to relieve stress. Even if you don’t have enough time to go to a yoga class, you can practice relaxing yoga breathing techniques at your home or office, with this soothing 4-minute video. Take a break to relax and recharge! Here are several ideas from Patch.com on natural ways to relieve stress.
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Too hot for hot yoga? Think summer yoga for heat relief: Flo Yo! Floating Yoga – practiced on a paddleboard. If you find it hard to balance on a mat (I do), try balancing on a paddleboard! But – it’s summer! If you fall off, you’ll enjoy some sweet heat relief.
Enjoy this fun 6-minute video of Flo Yo summer yoga practiced by LA-based Equinox yoga instructor Dice Iida-Klein. It’s inspiring!
[photo by Marcelo Terraza]
Need to manage chronic pain? Recent studies have shown that yoga is a valuable component of a chronic pain management plan. Cytokines, markers in the body that indicate inflammation, have been found to decrease after people do exercises like yoga. Yoga also helps you become more aware of your body, which can help reduce pain.
I found this outstanding video on the problem of chronic pain. Give it a watch – it’s only 5 minutes, and I think you’ll find it entertaining as well as informative. Continue reading
Looking for natural ways to relieve stress and anxiety? Try yoga! Studies consistently confirm the benefits of yoga for natural stress reduction. We’ve brought in anxiety relief specialist Ryan Rivera of the Calm Clinic to explain how yoga is so effective at reducing stress and anxiety. Continue reading
When you feel tension rising – take a 5-minute break and practice yoga breathing for stress relief. Here are 2 yoga breathing exercises that you can practice just about anywhere, any time. So instead of reacting to that stressful situation – be proactive with these yoga breathing techniques. Continue reading
Don't stress! Find peace when traveling with yoga exercises for airplane travel. | photo © Jorg Jahn | dreamstime.com
Flying this summer? Try yoga exercises for airplane travel! Extended periods of sitting in planes, trains and automobiles can leave you feeling drained and lethargic. Get up and move! Find a bulkhead with a bit of space and try airplane yoga. I’ve included a short video so you can see some yoga moves to do right in your seat! Continue reading
If your yoga goal is to become a human pretzel, take it slow! Don't overstretch. | photo © Anna Kandelaki | dreamstime.com
Are there Bikram yoga dangers? Truth be told – yes, you can suffer yoga injuries. Yoga can be very beneficial, but you need to take it slow and not try to emulate Madonna or Lady Gaga – or even the guy on the next mat. You might overstretch in any type of yoga, but hot yoga makes it easier to take things too far. Learn about Bikram yoga dangers, and don’t overstretch in your next yoga class! Continue reading