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Now this is the kind of PILATES I pine for....

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Free yoga, (almost) every night this summer

There are three free yoga classes each weekend at Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City. Photo: Socrates Sculpture Park

Start Your Sunday With A Free Rooftop Class With Wanderlust Yoga Festival x Samsung 837

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(Wendy) Yoga - wow, okay I would have liked to participate in this photo! But yes, I love yoga, sometimes it's one of the only things that brings me back to ground zero - me.

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Central Park Loop

Where to skate Map of Central Park Lower Loop. I just like to walk myself. The most photogenic walk is from the Bethesda Fountain down The Mall.

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EUC workout top

EUC workout top Objet d'art, a New York company, great fabric and beautiful condition, worn once. For yoga classes or any other training class! Built in bra for support and...bright color for a good mood! Shoulder to hem 25", waist flat across 15,5". Fabric is a mix of nylon, polyester and spandex, has quite some stretch to it. Objet d'art Tops Tank Tops

Yoga Classes for Beginners in NYC | Iyengar Yoga Association

Stretches for Sore Muscles - Yoga-Inspired Stretches from Annie Mulgrew of New York. When you work out, your muscles contract and shorten, which can leave you feeling stiff. Stretching increases blood flow to the muscles to relieve this stiffness, lengthen muscles, and improve your flexibility for a greater range of motion (and lower risk of injury) the next time you work out, Mulgrew says.
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8 Yoga-Inspired Poses to Soothe Sore Muscles

Stretches for Sore Muscles - Yoga-Inspired Stretches from Annie Mulgrew of New York. When you work out, your muscles contract and shorten, which can leave you feeling stiff. Stretching increases blood flow to the muscles to relieve this stiffness, lengthen muscles, and improve your flexibility for a greater range of motion (and lower risk of injury) the next time you work out, Mulgrew says.

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Ishta yoga NYC - my absolute favorite studio.

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