Shoulder stands help stimulate the Parasympathetic Nervous System – which controls the rest-and-digest response – thereby calming the body.
We recommend holding this pose for a 2-3 minutes, at the end of a yoga session or workout, when the body is sufficiently warmed up.
Certain #yoga poses, including twits and inversions, can cause your lymph nodes to stretch and release toxic build up.
Draining the lymphatic system helps your body stay healthy by fighting off infections & other illnesses.
The Tree Pose (known in yoga as Vrikshasana) not only helps improves balance and stability, it increases your stamina and helps calm your nervous system.
Some leg numbness can be relieved by regularly doing the tree pose, which also helps stretch your entire body.
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Sometimes life can feel like a war, but you know that you’re a warrior! You can brave and overcome anything that comes your way.
Get in touch with your inner warrior by practicing Virabhadrasana 1 – Warrior pose. This yoga pose not only helps improve circulation, it helps strengthen and improve balance.
Sunday is a day of finding balance before you head back to the war. Take time to center yourself today and moments during the week to center yourself daily. Your body, mind and soul – not to mention your loved ones – will thank you.
Your brain is your body’s hard drive. The health of your brain affects how you feel and ultimately your quality of life.
We loved these great for your brain pose suggestions from Yoga Journal.
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