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A Morning Meditation with Deepak Chopra

Meditating within the morning may help you focus in your private priorities for a extra constructive day. In this brief meditation video Deepak Chopra, M.D., guides you to step again and focus inward as a way to set up 4 intentions in your day. Through this follow from our associate website Sonima.com you’ll convey a lightness to your morning and a …

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Baptiste Yoga: Advanced Sequence to Get Your Heart Pumping

By Leah Cullis  |  Feb 2, 2016 Master Baptiste Yoga instructor Leah Cullis, who will lead YJ’s upcoming on-line course Pillars of Power Yoga (enroll right here to be the primary to know when this fitness- and focus-boosting course launches), demonstrates her energizing 11-pose sequence to get your coronary heart pumping in honor of American Heart Month. Happy #‎HeartMonth! As …

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A Yoga Sequence to Train Your Brain to Relax

By TASHA EICHENSEHER   |  Feb three, 2016 Chronic stress 
and nervousness 
sign the mind to wreak havoc in your physique. The secret to hitting reset? Yoga. Twice every week, yoga instructor Amy Lawson drives by means of the gates of Walden Behavioral Care clinic for disordered consuming 
in South Windsor, Connecticut, clears the tables and chairs from a convention room, …

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Anatomy 101: Understand Your Quadratus Lumborums (QLs)

By Nancie Carollo  |  Feb three, 2016 Relieve hard-to-release again pressure by unlocking your QL muscular tissues. Ever observed a lingering ache deep in your 
low again after extended sitting or standing? When your again muscle mass are weak or you might have poor posture, intrinsic rectangular muscular tissues between your ribs and hips referred to as the quadratus lumborums, …

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An Energizing Flow to Keep You Awake for Meditation

By Janice Gates  |  Nov 16, 2015 It may be extremely difficult to maintain your eyes open, particularly in case your physique is listless, your thoughts uninteresting, or your coronary heart heavy. This follow will assist awaken your power for meditation. Remember, the main target right here is just not on alignment however on shifting with the breath, particularly the …

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Pillars of Power Yoga: A Heat-Building Holiday Detox Sequence

By Leah Cullis  |  Dec 2, 2015 Still recovering from Thanksgiving? In this heat-building sequence, grasp Baptiste Yoga instructor Leah Cullis, who will lead Yoga Journal’s upcoming on-line course Pillars of Power Yoga (enroll right here to be the primary to know when this fitness- and focus-boosting course launches), provides deep squats and superior variations to show up your inner temperature and burn off …

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15 Beginner Poses for a Fresh Perspective

By Grace Flowers  |  Jan four, 2016 There’s no time like proper now, the beginning 
of a new yr, to harness your power and discover 
pleasure in a recent perspective. For starting yogis embarking on the journey of yoga asana, this 
mild sequence will assist you take baby steps into the gorgeous world of this historic follow. For 
the skilled practitioner, …

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Two Fit Moms: 4 Dynamic Poses to Amp Up Your Routine

By MASUMI GOLDMAN AND LAURA KASPERZAK  |  Jan 20, 2016 Still training the identical sequence many times? These 4 dynamic poses from Two Fit Moms won’t solely amp up a humdrum routine, they may even get your blood flowing and coronary heart pumping. Additionally, they’ll assist construct power, stability, and stability. Single Leg Balance Practice this primary single-leg stability by shifting …

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A Sequence to Beat Restlessness + Prep for Meditation

By Janice Gates  |  Nov 16, 2015 Did your self-reflection reveal a speedy respiration sample? Was your jaw clenched? Were you feeling anxious or irritable? Many of us are recurrently in overdrive, and coming to sit for meditation on the finish of a busy day can really feel like a jolting brake in a rushing automotive. Langhana (decreasing) practices are …

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