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Deconstructing Downward Dog: Make the Most of a Fundamental Pose
Downward dog is one of the most basic yoga poses, but there's actually a lot to it.
2 Essential Elements of Safe Yoga Practice (Yoga Teacher Training Journal 5)
These are the most important concepts I have learned in my yoga training.
Video: Hip-Opening Yoga for People Who Sit, Run, or Bike
This hip-opener flow is absolutely one of my favorite sequences. It releases tension in the hip flexors, outer hips, and glutes, and is great for everyBODY.
How to Do a Safe and Proper Vinyasa
When a teacher says “take a vinyasa,” they mean a specific sequence of movements, and if it is not performed properly, over time you are at risk of injury to the rotator cuff or lower back.
Simple Home Yoga Sequence for the Busy Athlete
If you don’t have time to make it to a yoga class, then doing a home yoga practice is your best option, and it will only take you twenty minutes. Here's how to do it.
Naked Yoga Sequence: Forget the Yoga Pants!
Like anybody, sometimes I get bored with my yoga practice. So in this particular sequence I shed more than my mental layers - the pants had to go, too!
Autumn Yoga Sequence For Introspection and Cleansing
Autumn brings darkness, shadow time, and introspection. Keep yourself warm and energized with this yoga sequence - a physical and mental evaluation and cleansing.
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