Today's yoga pose is the Lord Of The Dance (alternate name Dancer's Pose). This is an intermediate level pose that stretches the shoulders, chest, thighs, groin, and abdomen. It also strengthens the legs and ankles, as well as improves balance.
Today's yoga pose is the Chair Pose. This pose strengthens the arms and legs, stretches the shoulders and chest, stimulate the heart and diaphragm, and can reduce flat feet. If you are a beginner, you can practice good form by doing this pose near a wall. Stand with your back to the wall, being a few inches away from the wall. Adjust accordingly so that when you bend, your tailbone just touches and is supported by the wall.
Today's yoga pose is the Equestrian Pose. This pose promotes strength and flexibility in the legs, as well as opens the hip flexors, lengthen the spine, and open the chest muscles, potentially expanding lung capacity.
Today's yoga pose is the Child's Pose. The Child's Pose helps to stretch the hips, thighs, and ankles while reducing stress and fatigue. It gently relaxes the muscles on the front of the body while softly and passively stretching the muscles of the back torso.
Today's yoga pose is the Sphinx Pose. This lengthens the abdominal muscles, strengthens the spine, and firms the booty! It also opens up the chest, lungs, and shoulders and is therapeutic for fatigue.
Today's yoga pose is the belly twist, or supine twist. It provides the following benefits:
1. Releases tightness and tension in lower back.
2. Open up the shoulders, which help reduce upper back and neck pain.
3. Elongates the spine by stretching the muscles in the spine.
A simple and relaxing pose overall.
Today's yoga pose is the plank pose. This pose is a great precursor to more challenging arm balances. Strengthens arms, wrists, and spine, as well as tones your core.
Standing Backbend Pose
This pose helps stretch the hips and lower back, as well as aid in the flexibility in those areas.
Today's yoga pose is a variation of the Tree Pose. This pose stretches the thighs, groin, torso, and shoulders, building strength in the ankles and calves and toning abdominal muscles.
Today's yoga pose is the Mountain Pose. The foundation pose for all standing poses and inversions, the Mountain Pose targets your posture and alignment, as well as strengthens your legs.