Power Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga Videos for Respiratory Health and Weight Loss

Leslie Perryman • June 2, 2015
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1. After the Holidays Workout
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This is a routine will help you shed these holiday pounds will increasing your flexibility.
2. Yoga for Weight Loss Part 1
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Part 1
Part 1 of yoga for weight loss. These moves focus on breathing and gentle transitions between basic yoga moves.
3. Yoga Weight Loss & Balance- Vinyasa 1
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Yoga Weight Loss & Balance- Vinyasa 1 is a short but powerful series of authentic Yoga poses that are designed to stretch and strengthen key muscle groups, burn fat, and improve balance for a lean and toned body. Reduce stress and optimize your weight loss potential. These moves will also help to sculpt your arms, legs, abs, shoulders, buns, and back.
4. Total Body Weight Loss Yoga Part 1
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Part 1 focuses on toning the total body. You will workout your arms, legs, abs, and hips through a variety of movements that transitions into the next yoga move.
5. Weight Loss & Balance Workout
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This video is designed to stretch and strengthen key muscle groups, burn fat, and improve balance for a lean and toned body. Reduce stress and optimize your weight-loss potential, along with sculpting your arms, legs, abs, shoulders, buns, and back.
6. Weight Loss Yoga for Beginners
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This routine is designed for beginners and anyone looking for a simple practice to build strength, flexibility, and promote weight loss.
7. Jumping Back from Bakasana
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Kino MacGregor explores a preparatory pose for jumping back from bakasana that builds core strength through movement while keeping the wrists happy.
8. How To Build Strength Beyond a Handstand
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Being able to do handstand push-ups is one way to surely move past a static handstand. Please note that this is not traditional and certainly would not be done in a traditional yoga shala. I would not do this during my daily practice, but instead in the afternoons to have fun and build strength. If you want to try this you can use a wall for balance or ask a friend to spot you. Just be sure that you already have a really good handstand before you try.
9. Floating Forward and Back in Sun Salutation A
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Ashtanga Yoga teacher Kino MacGregor talks about how to float forward and backward in the Sun Salutation. This movement takes great strength and stability. Be patient if you are working on this and don't force it too much.
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