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Renewing Power in Flow: Twists with Fiji McAlpine by David Procyshyn. http://www.doyogawithme.com

Foundations in Flow Yoga Class with Fiji McAlpine by David Procyshyn. http://doyogawithme.com

▶ Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Creative standing Sequence. "Balance the Shiva-Shakti" Part 2 - YouTube

the perfection of the body consists of (possessing) beauty, charm, strength, and the power of a thunderbolt • patanjali • via serendipity yoga

Love Love Love This!!! I'm always striving to twist further. So good for the spinal cord!

12 Great Reasons To Start Alternate Nostril Breathing: Improves brain function, Cleanses your lungs, Calms an agitated mind, Merges the left “thinking” brain and right “feeling brain, Encourage a calmer emotional state, Improves sleep, Regulates the cooling and warming cycles of the body, Enhances rest and relaxation

How to calculate your maximum heart rate to know how hard you’re working during your cardioPS: the “fat burning zone” (about 60% to 70% of your maximum heart rate) doesn’t mean you’re burning more fat. It just means the body burns a higher percentage of calories from fat when in this zone. However, at higher intensities (70-90% of your maximum heart rate), you burn a greater number of overall calories.

YOGA POSES THAT UNDO OVEREATING: Boost digestion, open the front of the body, and increase circulation to the abdominal organs with these gentle, yoga-inspired stretches from Sarah Levey, co-founder of Y7 Studio in New York City and certified yoga instructor, who demonstrates the moves here. Hold each pose for as long as you'd like, or perform them one after another. Click through for the full workout, for expert yoga and fitness tips, and for instructional gifs that show you how to do each…
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6 Yoga-Inspired Poses That Undo Overeating

YOGA POSES THAT UNDO OVEREATING: Boost digestion, open the front of the body, and increase circulation to the abdominal organs with these gentle, yoga-inspired stretches from Sarah Levey, co-founder of Y7 Studio in New York City and certified yoga instructor, who demonstrates the moves here. Hold each pose for as long as you'd like, or perform them one after another. Click through for the full workout, for expert yoga and fitness tips, and for instructional gifs that show you how to do each…