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1,870 Likes, 27 Comments - Roxanne Gan  (@roxanne_yoga) on Instagram: “_ #compasspose (Not for beginners/ people w hamstring injuries) I recommend doing a few rounds of…”

1,870 Likes, 27 Comments - Roxanne Gan (@roxanne_yoga) on Instagram: “_ #compasspose (Not for beginners/ people w hamstring injuries) I recommend doing a few rounds of…”

@jasmine_yoga on Elephant Pose ・・・ #JasmineYogaTutorial : #ElephantPose  A very popular pose when instagram yoga challenges first started. It was also attending this pose for the first time that I experienced #quadcramps from hell. I can now do this with ease because I have figured out the technique behind this pose. You see I believe there is a way to understanding the poses and working into it the smart way (almost like physics) than relying just on pure brute strength.  Tips / Tricks  1)…

Intertwining the mind, body, and energy is the primary goal of Kripalu yoga. Those who practice it believe that the body contains energy pulsations

#jasmineYogaTutorial : #SuperSoldier Easier than it looks. So dont feel intimidated. Give it a try :) Tricks / Tips 1) stretch out your hamstrings. a lot. This pose needs you to push against your shoulder to get the bottom leg completely straight so that means more work. Make sure hamstrings are warm before trying. 2) Get your shoulder IN! Not just touching the side of ur knee but all the way behind and in. 3) When trying to hook the shoulder, use one hand on the calf like I did in photos...

So dont feel intimidated. Give it a try :) Tricks / Tips stretch out your hamstrings. a lot. This pose needs you to push against your shoulder to get the bottom leg completely straight so that

Getting into inverted locust yoga pose or Viparita Salabhasana in Sanskrit. Yoga inversions.

Intense back stretch! Getting into inverted locust yoga pose or Viparita Salabhasana in Sanskrit. Don't forget to breathe

Back strengthening/back bending tips. Use a wall for a proper backbend. Keeps both shoulders in line stretching tips, flexibility

Practice wall walking for a proper backbend. Keeps both shoulders in line, helps you lower and shift weight, and you get the feeling of the form. Push against the wall and lift onto your toes.