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Amazing Benefits Of #Yoga :Overall #fitness of body is achieved through its various techniques of Asanas/Postures, Breathing/Pranayama and #Meditation. Are you looking for freelance yoga or Fitness positions? Sign-up free on www.allstudiosubs.com

What Is Yoga And What Are Its Benefits

Amazing Benefits Of #Yoga :Overall #fitness of body is achieved through its various techniques of Asanas/Postures, Breathing/Pranayama and #Meditation. Are you looking for freelance yoga or Fitness positions? Sign-up free on www.allstudiosubs.com

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Yoga photography is a balance of capturing the essence of the moment expressed in a particular pose or movement. See Matt's portfolio of yoga images...

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YOGA SEQUENCE FOR BINDING/TIGHT SHOULDERS: Binding was once the bane of my yoga practice, it is now just about bearable, here is what I do to open up my deltoids Warm up: Sun Salutation A/B x5 each YouTube if unsure 1. ARM ROTATION 10x Take a towel or strap, hold it with tension & arms straight, bring the arms up & behind you then reverse without bending the elbows, widen grip as necessary, this will warm up the shoulders 2. ACTIVE DELTOID STRETCH Quite self explanatory simple but effective…

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TIPS TO STRONG WRISTS: Please excuse the non consistent blue shade of he photos. The white balance on my phone decided to mess with me. So strong wrists is part body structure, part "before I came to yoga" lifestyle but definitely still workable. Like in ballet they do lots of calf raises and feet strengthening exercises to strengthen their ankles, it's kinda the same for wrists, small movements to strengthen the forearms and fingers will help the wrists so here we go: - 1. SQUEEZE & OPEN…

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YOGA SEQUENCE FOR A STRONG CORE: These moves are fairly simple but when done with precision they'll really make you feel the burn. You don't need to warm up for this sequence, I'd suggest doing it maybe 2-3 times a week. This is great for those wanting to improve their arm balances and inversions or overall want to focus on stabilizing their center - 1. NAVASANA I personally love to hold navasana. I think reps are great but holding Navasana is a challenge in itself to try too. Focus in…

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