All types of physical yoga fall under this category. Through the use of basic Hatha yoga postures, you can cultivate gentle strength, open awareness, and embodied presence.Glute & Hamstring Strength by Rocky Heron
1. Yoga for Hangovers
Here is a short, gentle sequence of poses that are good to do when you might have had too much to drink the night before.
2. Sukhasana (The Easy Pose)
Learn Sukhasana or "Easy Pose" with Adriene. This seated meditation pose is a basic foundational pose is for everyone and a great place to start a yoga practice, leaving you feeling calm and alert. If you are new to yoga this is a PERFECT pose to start with! Great for beginners! Check in with your body and mind and take a seat.
3. Yoga For Your Butt and Thighs
Try this sequence for lower body strength with a focus on the butt and thighs. This yoga practice aims to to build lean happy muscles with proper action and alignment. This sequence also aims to remind you to have some fun and find what feels good. Synchronize your breath to the movement for maximum benefits and always, listen to your body.
4. Hips, Hammies, and Lower Back
This routine works on relaxing your your hips, hamstrings and lower back. The purpose of this workout is to help your body unwind at the end of a tough day.
5. Jumping Back from Bakasana
Kino MacGregor explores a preparatory pose for jumping back from bakasana that builds core strength through movement while keeping the wrists happy.
6. Bedtime Yoga Sequence
A relaxing routine for the mind and body! This yoga sequence is designed to prepare you for a good night's sleep creating space in the body as we cue the mind that its time to calm down and get ready for rest. This also is a great practice to do anytime of day if you are looking for Yoga to relieve stress. Yoga With Adriene's relaxing evening sequence will prepare you for a good nights sleep. Get comfortable my friends! Calm your mind and soothe your sweet soul so you can get the beauty sleep and rest you desire & deserve!!!Beat insomnia! Find What Feels Good!
7. Standing Separate Leg Stretching
An explanation and demonstration of Bikram Yoga's Standing Separate Leg Stretching posture -- Dandayamana-Bibhaktapada-Paschimotthanasana.
8. Upward Bow Pose Tutorial
In this video, Esther Ekhart explains how to safely get into Urdhva Dhanurasana, or upward bow pose. It is a good posture for back health or as a counter stretch after a core workout. This backbend can be a quite challenging pose so remember to do only what feels right for your body.
9. Cat-Cow Yoga Pose - Yoga With Adriene
Learn Cat-Cow with Adriene! The Cat-Cow yoga progression is a little dance up the spine that is perfect for beginners! It also invites experienced yogis to keep finding the depth and awareness in spinal flexion. Cat-Cow is all about integration and will leave you feeling revitalized and present! It's also great for kids and soon-to-be-mommies!
10. Side Plank Pose
In this episode of the Foundations of Yoga we learn Side Plank - Vasisthasana. Adriene offers several variations and encourages you to find what feels good, move at your own pace, build strength and get happy!