Need a midday boost at the office? Take a breather and give yourself some feel good time with our Yoga at Work collection! From poses you can do in your chair to short yoga practices you can squeeze into your lunch break we have everything you need to practice yoga in the office. Whether you are feeling stiff or suffering from aches and pains from sitting at the computer you can't go wrong with yoga at work.Cooling down your body after exercise is essential. A cool down involves stretching the muscles that have been worked in order to maintain flexibility as well as avoid cramps and injury. Whether following a cardio or strength workout or after playing sports yoga is a brilliant option for your post-exercise cool down. In fact, there are a number of yoga poses that are particularly helpful for restoring your muscle tissue after exercise. What's more since yoga helps to calm the mind you are sure to feel refreshed and reenergised after your yoga cool down. Yoga for Healthy Wrists | Yoga With Adriene
1. Yoga for the Office Part 2
This a quick video that will present some stretches for the wrists.
2. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
For those of you suffering from sore wrists or carpal tunnel, Tara shows you a few simple yoga poses to help ease your pain.
3. Yoga for Healthy Wrists | Yoga With Adriene
On this episode we learn a quick sequence for healthy wrists! Everyone can benefit from this practice and it can be repeated daily to improve wrist pain and assist with Carpal Tunnel! With the amount of hours we spend at the computer or at desk it is important to spend some time counter acting and tending to the wrists and all of the muscles that tie the room together. You can practice this at your desk or before yoga practice. You can repeat this sequence or each move 3 times, or do one move a day. I often hear people complain about wrist pain both on and off the mat. There is hope for us yet- lets commit to a practice of checking in with the wrists! Move with your breath and find what feels good - remember a little mindful TLC goes a long way. Enjoy!