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Stretches you can do daily
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Here are a couple of yoga sequences you can add to your workout routine, this week.
Hero’s Pose, also called Virasana, is great for seated meditation or simply for easing leg pain after a long day. It stretches the thighs, knees, and ankles, while improving digestion. It can also be hugely therapeutic for individuals with asthma or high blood pressure. Today, we’ll be coupling Hero’s Pose with Garundasana Arms, which will help to stretch the back and shoulders for an overall restorative pose.
Warrior I Pose, a.k.a Virabhadra’s Pose, is perfect for stretching out almost the whole body. It will stretch your chest, shoulders, neck, belly, and groins, thighs, calves and ankles, all while strengthening the arms, back, and legs. It also improves circulation, so you might experience an energizing effect while practicing this pose.
Janu Sirasana is a pose that helps calm the brain and could help relieve mild depression, while stretching the spine, shoulders, hamstrings and groins. It could also be beneficial for those with insomnia and high blood pressure, and it can help relieve anxiety, fatigue, and menstrual discomfort.
30Fifteen's Anatomy of Yoga is back again, and this time we're focusing on Sphinx Pose. Learn how to do it properly in today's blog post.
In yesterday’s blog post, 5 Ways to Feel More Powerful in Minutes, we mentioned that some morning yoga could help you to feel more powerful. It doesn’t have to be a long yoga session. In fact, you don’t even need to leave the house! We have been posting easy to follow yoga mini lessons on YouTube that are perfect for at home practice. You don’t even have to change out of your pajamas. No judgment here!
If you follow the blog regularly, you probably saw our recent post about the benefits of taking a walk during your lunch hour. But what about those days when the weather is too intense or you find yourself working through most of your lunch hour? Or what if you’re just feeling a little stiff? The answer: yoga. Office yoga, that is. It’s the best thing to happen since sliced bread, and it just so happens to be today’s #activeApril tip! What a coincidence! Check out these poses that will keep you feeling healthy, happy, and productive at work.
Curious about some of your favorite yoga poses? 30Fifteen's Anatomy of Yoga might help demystify some of them! Stop by the blog if you're interested.
It's no surprise that we are obsessed with yoga, but sometimes when we go to a class, we have a hard time keeping our mind quiet, which inspired this 30 Thoughts from 30Fifteen post about yoga class.
Chatturanga is one of the best poses for leading up to inversion poses. It builds strength and stability in virtually the whole body. Check out the 30Fifteen Blog for more Anatomy of Yoga posts.
Child's pose. Ahh... One of my favorite yoga poses, totally demystified in 30Fifteen's Anatomy of Yoga post.
Getting yourself into a public yoga class can be daunting, especially if you’re new. Even if you’re a seasoned Yogi, every time you get on your mat it’s a different experience - that’s the beauty of the practice. That being said, we tend to over think things that happen in a Yoga class
Travel, while totally amazing, can take a serious toll on you! Changing time zones and long travel times can leave you feeling groggy and cranky. Bounce back with Emily's go-to post travel yoga sequence and you'll be feeling recharged in no time.