Hatha Yoga

3 Slow Hatha Yoga Videos

Leslie Perryman • March 24, 2015
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.Slow yoga is the most common style of yoga, it involves gentle classes with no flow between postures. Yoga poses are held for a longer period of time helping you to build and strengthen your muscles and increase flexibility. Slow yoga also involves simple breathing exercises to increase the flow of oxygen to your body and allow you to remain calm during your yoga practice. Slow yoga classes are sometimes referred to as Hatha yoga and these yoga flows are great for beginners and more experienced practitioners alike. If you find this style of yoga too slow and meditative for you and are looking for something a little more athletic, you might want to try Vinyasa Flow yoga. Bound Angle Pose - Yoga With Adriene
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1. Bound Angle Pose - Yoga With Adriene
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Bound Angle Pose, Baddha Konasana, stretches the back without straining your hammies, opens the hips and stimulates your internal organs. A pose that is both grounding and soothing!
2. Bedtime Yoga Sequence
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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!
3. Yoga For Daily Neck Relief
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Our "silent" series continues with Yoga For Daily Neck Relief. This sequence is simple but so rewarding! Take the time to connect to your body and relieve your head, neck and shoulders from pain and discomfort. Remember the key word here is PRACTICE. Practice checking in with your neck daily and I believe you will discover a lighter, happier you! Even if you do not have neck pain, practice good neck hygiene! It is all connected baby.
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