yuja wang

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Exercícios fisicos

Exercícios fisicos

How to do the Half Moon pose in Yoga | DOYOUYOGA #yoga #fitness #pose #YogaWorkouts #yogafitness

How to do the Half Moon pose in Yoga | DOYOUYOGA #yoga #fitness #pose #YogaWorkouts #yogafitness

Ok so this is definitely the last post for my challenge . It appears the biggest problem for people is they believe they don't have enough strength or their arms are too short! Neither of which would impact doing a successful peacock pose btw! So listen

Ok so this is definitely the last post for my challenge . It appears the biggest problem for people is they believe they don't have enough strength or their arms are too short! Neither of which would impact doing a successful peacock pose btw! So listen

Correct alignment

Correct alignment

5 morning yoga poses you can do in 5 minutes. | yoga | | yoga poses | | yoga inspiration | #yoga #yogainspiration www.ncnskincare.com

5 morning yoga poses you can do in 5 minutes. | yoga | | yoga poses | | yoga inspiration | #yoga #yogainspiration www.ncnskincare.com

A common question from students is how to step forward into low lunge without dragging your foot. Hint: it’s all in the core. #learningyoga

A common question from students is how to step forward into low lunge without dragging your foot. Hint: it’s all in the core. #learningyoga

How I learned.... #Sirsasana aka #BoundHeadstand  1. Measure arm placement by reaching for outside of elbows.  2. Interlace fingers and palms remain open. Place crown of head down on the floor (envision where you could balance books if walking ). 3. Stand legs up and walk feet in (coming off heels), working to stack hips over shoulders. Elbows magnetized toward one another.  4. Roll as high as you can in the toes (find almost weightlessness in feet) and lift knee into chest. Core engages.  5

How I learned. aka Measure arm placement by reaching for outside of elbows. Interlace fingers and palms remain open. Place crown of head down on the floor (envision where you could balance books if walking ).