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Yoga Essential Flow

Relieve knee pain at home with this 12-minute yoga essential flow. Perform these yoga poses mindfully to help protect the knees, improve alignment and regain knee strength and flexibility. http://www.spotebi.com/yoga-sequences/knee-pain-relief/

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…

YOGA SEQUENCE TO DOWNWARD DOG Down dog is a whole body kinda pose. Head to toe everything must be strong but also flexible. It took me a long time to get my heels down but if you focus on stretching the back of the legs a lot it will happen - 1. CAT & COW 10x Do this nice & slow. Focus on you hips & what they are doing. What you do with your hips in cow (head up) is what you want to do in down dog. Think of spreading the butt cheeks (yup) & twerking - 2. SHOULDER STRETCH You can do this…

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.
from Cosmopolitan

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.

Back pain is a common complaint among people of all ages. Poor or bad posture (especially, slumping forward), wrong sleeping positions, stress and lifestyle play an important role in backache pain. To alleviate these problems practice yoga regularly for at least 20-30 minutes.

Bikram Yoga is 26 postures, 90 minutes, 105 degrees, with 40% humidity. Each Bikram Yoga pose helps with…