Traveling can be stressful and incredibly hard on our bodies too. The good news is that incorporating a yoga practice into your travels can be a highly effective way to ensure you are keeping your body pain-free and comfortable during your journey! While you may be short on time and space during your travels, Yoga for travel is designed specifically with these constraints in mind. So maintain your routine whilst on the go to keep your body happy and healthy. Yoga is often considered to be a technique that is only practiced in a quiet, private setting. Many have never considered practicing yoga at the airport, or even on an airplane, but you can, and should! Sitting still for hours during flight travel can numb your body in various areas, particularly in your back, neck, knees and feet. By incorporating simple yoga poses in your plane seat you will ensure that your next flight will be fuelled with comfort and relaxation. What's more you can help to reduce the risk of serious medical conditions like Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). You don't need to feel shy either! You will find your once-tight neck, back and knees to be thanking you upon landing!Gentle Evening Yoga by Celest Pereira
1. Recover from Jet Lag
Bounce back from jet lag and travelstress with this quick routine.
2. Yoga Exercises on a Airplane
In this Health Tips video from Veria Living, traveling can be stressful to our mind and body. Here are some ways to keep calm and comfortable while in the air.
3. Grounding Yoga Sequence for Travel
This a grounding sequence that helps your body adjust to the stress of traveling. The instructor will show you moves that will help the hips and clear the mind.
4. Gentle Evening Yoga
Welcome to your Gentle Evening Yoga flow. This session will take you through a number of deep, meditative stretches and poses, designed to get rid of all of the muscle tension that has accumulated throughout the day. Join Celest and get ready to unwind, no matter how busy or stressful your day has been.
5. Hotel Yoga Routine
Try this yoga workout the next time you're traveling and in a hotel room for a total body and mind transformation.
6. Yoga for Travel: Deep Restoration
Move deeply into the tissues of your body to restore circulation and powerfully re-align the body. If you've been traveling, feel stressed, or are suffering from feelings of scattered attention or uprooted energy, this Grokker Premium video is perfect for you. Ground, unwind, and deeply open alongside Grokker Yoga Expert Ashleigh Sergeant. Intermediate.
7. Yoga for Travel: Ground and Align
Whether you're traveling, overworked, or not sleeping well, this video is meant to settle feelings of being uprooted or scattered. Join Grokker Yoga Expert Ashleigh Sergeant for the personal techniques she utilizes to ground and center, no matter what the circumstances. This Grokker Premium video is an intermediate yet very gentle sequence of hip openers, forward bends, and gentle inversions to help you shift energy down and come home to yourself. Whenever, wherever.
8. Yoga for Travel: Calm Inner Center
Restore deeply. If you're feeling wiped out, stressed, or scattered from travel, this Grokker Premium video is the perfect remedy to put you at ease and bring you home to yourself, no matter what your surroundings are. Allow Grokker Yoga Expert Ashleigh Sergeant to lead you back to your inner source of calm, revitalized energy. This short and sweet all-levels practice will leave you with a deep connection to self stability and a profound, centered awareness.
9. Mountain Pose Tutorial
The mountain pose, or Tadasana, looks easy but there is more to it. Once you learn the proper alignment of this pose, you can practice it anywhere.
10. Yoga for Meditation
This slow-paced, methodical sequence will open your hips and ground your energy in preparation for a short meditation at the end. A mindful breath-based flow is followed by hip openers, seated postures, and shoulder stand. The final meditation will help you assimilate all previous information. A great class to do before bed or anytime you feel stressed, anxious, or uneasy.