Reverse Warrior and Tree Poses Helps with mobility in the hips and stretches the inner thighs. Try these poses with Guided Yoga from YouVeda.
Upward Salute is a natural way to stretch the whole body, often done automatically after sleeping or sitting for long periods. Standing up and reaching the arms overhead awakens the body from toes to fingertips, providing a boost of energy. It’s a simple way to feel rejuvenated!
Wide-Legged Standing Forward Bend is a calming forward bend that stretches the hamstrings and back. There are several arm variations and other modifications available, making this a suitable pose for yoga students of all levels!
The Intense Side Stretch pose strengthens the legs, improves balance, and stimulates the abdominal organs, which can assist with digestion.
Legs Up the Wall Pose (or Viparita Karani) is a restorative yoga posture that allows the mind and the body to relax, relieving stress and tension. It is one of the most approachable yoga poses as it doesn’t require much flexibility or strength. But even though it’s a passive pose, its benefits are pretty amazing.
The Bridge Pose is a very accurate description of the posture: Setu translates to “bridge”, and bandha to “joining”.
The Cobra Pose resembles a serpent with its hood raised.
The upward-facing dog is usually done as part of the sun salutation sequence of poses when you go through your vinyasa flow. The sequence typically moves from chaturanga to upward facing dog to downward-facing dog. The upward dog is often seen as a transitional posture.
Easy Pose (Sukhasana) is the name for any comfortable, cross-legged, seated position, and one of the most basic poses used in yoga practice and meditation. In this case, however, easy doesn’t mean the opposite of difficult. It means “with ease.”
Salabhasana or Locust Pose effectively preps beginners for deeper backbends, strengthening the back of the torso, legs, and arms.
Marichi’s Pose is a fantastic stretch for the shoulder since it creates traction in the shoulder joint. You can either fold forward or twist back to deepen the shoulder opening
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