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Yoga Videos for Putting Your Worries to Bed and Anxiety

Leslie Perryman • August 13, 2015
Life can be overwhelming at times, and yoga is a great way to relieve the anxiety that can come from stressful situations. You’d be amazed to see the effects that controlling your breathing can have on your body and your overall wellbeing. Sometimes just having something else to focus on can be incredibly helpful. Boston University’s School of Medicine has been able to establish a link between yoga and mood improvements, adding to the growing evidence of yoga benefits on state of mind. Hit the mat and discover for yourself how yoga can help you to unwind and remove the clutter from a busy mind. Yoga for Detox by Julie Montagu
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1. An Evening Yoga Practice
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In this video, Esther shows us a bedtime yoga exercise to unwind and sleep well.
2. Grounding Yoga Sequence for Travel
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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.
3. The Art of Pranayama: Breathwork
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The breath is the foundation of our yoga practice. In this lesson we will introduce the concept of prana and how energy can flow optimally through the body to create more strength, ease, and vitality. Follow Grokker Yoga Expert Siri Peterson to explore a three-part breath that will allow you to access your fullest lung capacity. To solidify the lessons of this Grokker Premium video, we will move into ujayyi breath, the essential breath that will accompany your Hatha yoga practice. All Levels.
4. Recover from Jet Lag
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Bounce back from jet lag and travel stress with this quick routine.
5. Stress Busting Yoga Pilates Workout - Relaxing Stretch Workout for Flexibility
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This yoga and pilates blend is a great stretching routine for after a tough workout. It's also effective to use before bed to help you relax and fall asleep faster. We hold each of the stretches in this routine for 30 seconds. Some of the exercises you see in this routine are more dynamic, and fluid, but the vast majority are static stretches. It's important to realize that you should not do a routine with static stretches before you do the rest of your workout, particularly any kind of tough HIIT routine or strength training. Holding stretches in a static position before you do your regular workout can put you at risk for injury, so make sure that you save these kinds of flexibility and stretching workouts for after your workout is finished.
6. Beginners Yoga For Deep Relaxation, Sleep, Insomnia, Anxiety & Stress Relief
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In this Yoga video workout, Katrina Rupman and Meera Hoffman shares a yoga routine designed for deep relaxation and help with sleep problems. Katrina Repman and Meera Hoffman teach Yoga classes in Austin, Texas.
7. Anxiety Reducing Meditation
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One of the best things you can do to calm an anxious mind is meditate. In this guided meditation, Amy will take you deep into a beautiful forest where you will be able to witness your thoughts and feelings without self judgement. Come back to this meditation every time you are feeling anxious, scattered, or feel the need to re-focus your energy.
8. Yoga to Calm the Mind: Peacefulness
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Calm your restless mind, and bring yourself home to the peacefulness of this moment. Each asana in this progressive sequence will help you feel grounded, centered and ready to face the complexities of life with a strong open heart. Join Anusara Expert Siri Peterson in this Grokker Premium Video for anxiety.
9. Body Awareness: 5-Minute Relaxation Technique
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For times when you are feeling a little overwhelmed or anxious, this five minute body awareness exercise will bring you back to the present moment and free you from stressful thoughts. This relaxation exercise can be done at any time of day and is most effective when you sit in a chair with your feet firmly on the floor; but find the most comfortable seated position that works for you. Give yourself this little break to feel calm, happy and balanced.
10. Restorative Shoulderstand
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Support yourself. Created to rejuvenate the body through gentle poses, guided relaxation, and deep fluid breath cycles, this restorative inversion class will give you a shift in perspective and re-define comfort for your achy body. Join Yoga Expert Talya Lutzker in this Grokker Premium video that will leave you deeply replenished.
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