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.Find your center and prevent a stressful Christmas by doing yoga. The holiday period can cause anxiety as you feel there may be a lot to do, but if you take some time out of your day to practice yoga you could relieve yourself from your worries. Give yourself a christmas present and look after yourself with yoga.Hangover Recovery
1. Hangover Recovery
These simple yoga exercises can help detox your body and clear your head.
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. Fire Element: Vinyasa Energy Flow
A fast and powerful practice. This Fire based flow, part 3 in a 6 part series, is intended to connect you to your power energy center. This fast paced class will promote circulation and strengthening while building heat to support access to your inner fire for personal transformation. Follow Power Vinyasa Expert Christy Evans as she focuses on core strengthening, arm balancing, and twisting postures to stimulate the muscular and digestive systems in this Grokker Premium video.
5. Detox, Cleanse, Revitalize: AM Detox
Rinse the inner body with this cleansing practice designed to prepare you for the day. By stimulating the digestive, circulatory, and lymphatic systems you enhance the body's natural capacity to remove waste and toxins. In this Grokker premium video from Siri Peterson's Anusara collection, she will take you through a sequence to systematically rinse and flush the organs and tissues to quickly and efficiently cleanse and revitalize mind and body. This practice is best done in the AM on an empty stomach.
6. Detox Twist Vinyasa Flow
Through this beginnerdetox flow, twist and breathe to cleanse your body from the inside out. Kapalabhati, or the breath of fire, is a technique used to awaken digestion, stimulate abdominal organs, and ignite the respiratory system. Learn the foundational elements of mastering this breath practice within a challenging beginner's flow sequence. Celest Pereira will unveil critical insights to take your beginner routine to the next level.
7. Yoga for a Happy Stomach
Samara Chopra tells us how yogic techniques are valuable, not only in removing digestive disorders, but also in preventing their recurrence.
8. Treat Digestive Problems
If you're feeling bloated, sluggish or have digestive problems, try this quick and easy routine from yoga expert Tara Stiles. Yoga practice makes a healthy body from the inside out.
9. Yoga for a Healthy Digestive System
Yogic techniques, aim to not only regulate your bowel movements, but also to remove the root cause of constipation, whether it is physical or mental or both.
10. Yoga for Healthy Digestion
Healthy Digestion is essential for good health, and yet many of us struggle to eat and digest well. This hour long vinyasa-kundalini yoga flow will stimulate the core and get the digestive juices flowing. "Agni" or your digestive fire, is essential for digestive food and life. Follow Grokker Yoga Expert Cindy Walker to ease into a "breathe of fire" warm up followed by a strong set of sun salutations with intermediate kundalini.