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.The holidays can sometimes be stressful as there is so much to do. Take some time out from cooking or looking after everyone around you and look after yourself by doing some yoga. You will feel calmer and more grounded, as well as energized and ready to take on the your to-do list.Yoga for Hangovers
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. Yoga For Hangovers
We've had many requests for this: Yoga for Hangovers! Tend to your throbbing headache, nurture your system and find what feels good with the gentle and rejuvenating practice. You don't have to be hungover or have a headache to enjoy this sequence! Heal your body. Breathe deep. Onward, we move.
3. Yoga for Digestion: Ayurvedic Body Care Practices
Ayurvedic expert Talya Lutzker will take you through a series of exercises that are diesnged to enhance the digestion process. If you're new to Ayurveda, don't worry. This class is appropriate for all levels!
4. Yoga for Digestion
Yoga can help you when your digestion system is not performing too well, or when you've just been a bit too greedy. You will feel much better after this gentle yoga routine.
5. Detox, Cleanse, Revitalize: PM Detox
End your day with this twisting movement meditation meant to cleanse both body and mind. Twists stimulate the digestive, lymphatic, and the endocrine system, and put gentle pressure on your vital organs to massage out toxins. This is a beginners practice to release the built up the tension of the day, and prepare your body for relaxation. If we understood the effect that stress had on our bodies, we would choose not to let it in. Allow Siri to aid in letting your stress go. Visit Siri Peterson's Anusara collection for more with this amazing Grokker expert.
6. Yoga For Digestion Flow
Yoga Flow to make you glow, y'all. This yoga sequence is great for men and women post-holiday! Great for digestion and perfect for when you need a nice yogic kick in the pants. A full body work out for those winter months with encouragement to breathe deep and connect to something bigger. Get back to it with this challenging and swift sequence. Do what you can! Find grace and work towards ease in the twists and turns of this sequence. Rock a quick and focused abdominal workout and trust yourself in a freestyle dance at the end. STEP IT UP. Mindfully. Playfully. And repeat this practice weekly to tone the body, increase energy and become more flexible.