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I would love to get to this point... just hold a pose for as many minutes possible and really feel my muscles working! omg... inspirational.

I chose this pin because I would like to explore yoga and its different branches. I enjoyed practicing the small amount of yoga we learned in class and have even incorporated some of the poses as stretches in my usual workouts. I would like to explore mor

The greatest quality is seeking to serve others.

slowly straighten your knees, raising the tips of your toes slightly above the level of your eyes. If this isn't possible remain with your knees bent, perhaps lifting the shins parallel to the floor.

Impatience will get you nowhere, fast. If you insist on being in a hurry, you'll move very quickly -- and often get nowhere. Take a breath. Relax. Find your peace. + Neale D. Walsch

Hold each pose for 30 seconds. You'll feel great when its all done! AND it should take about 14 minutes, and you can do it at home.

Tried doing this one. After several attempts, I felt really confident to lift my feet up. For 5 seconds, I had it. Then, face planted.

Yoga for Back Pain is an infographic created by Backpainrelief.net. It covers all the yoga poses that may alleviate back pain.