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YOGA @fullforcefrenzy πŸ™ We are having a giveaway for our yoga apparel. J

  • 22.07.2018 02:57
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@fullforcefrenzy πŸ™ We are having a giveaway for our yoga apparel. Just follow us and use hashtag #yogafrenzy when posting your video. Our favorite follower video will be picked on August 1st. Click the link in our bio for the deets on how to get FREE YOGA PANTS & spend some quality time on your mat this month. We’ll be following each challenge hashtag to keep up with your journeys! β€’ Please follow us! @fullforcefrenzy πŸ™ . . . Thank you! . #yoga#yogapracticenotyogaperfect#yogaposes#yogalover#yogaretreat#yogaforlife#yogateacher#yogajourney#yogafitness#yogaoutside#yogapants#yogadaily#yogafit#yogajournal#yogagirls#yogaart#yogavibes#yogaholic#yogaclass#yogafun#yogaphotography#yogamom#yogaaddict#yoga4growth#yogalovers#yogajunkie#yogastudent#yogafriends#yogatime

YOGA @bestyoga πŸ™ When you finally get some flexibility from going to yog

  • 21.07.2018 18:42
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@bestyoga πŸ™ When you finally get some flexibility from going to yoga and you just start using it randomly everywhere πŸ˜‚ . Follow @yogalooksgood for more πŸ’›

YOGA @yogawithjib πŸ™ πŸ¦„ Don't be reluctant to start yoga because there

  • 21.07.2018 14:40
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@yogawithjib πŸ™ πŸ¦„ Don't be reluctant to start yoga because there are so many poses and more than a few will be perfect for you! Here are 6 poses that you can do everyday to stretch your body. You might look a little different doing them but they all should be accessible for you. πŸ”ΈIf you can't hold your feet in pose 6, hold on to your calves or knees instead. πŸ”ΈHold each pose for 5-10 deep breaths. πŸ”ΈMake sure you do pose 1-4 on both sides! 🌈Practice everyday to get your body ready for more feel-good poses! β€’ β€’ β€’ #howtoyogawithjib πŸ¦„ . Follow @yogalooksgood for more πŸ’›

YOGA @hana_bladh πŸ™ Do you look at a computer or phone all day? Do you ha

  • 20.07.2018 18:43
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@hana_bladh πŸ™ Do you look at a computer or phone all day? Do you have hunched shoulders, back or neck pain? Or maybe up just want more open shoulders for your backbends πŸ˜… All you need is a wall! Save this video for yourself and tag someone who could benefit πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ» Read below for more details πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡ ・・・ Effective stretches!Step by step Shoulder Opener at Wall:For the standing variation, 1)face the wall and extend your right arm out parallel to the floor, with your palm flat against the wall.Slowly rotate your body open towards the left.Take one full inhale and exhale, and then go deeper.Do not rush.Go to the point that feels juicy and hold for 5-10 breaths then switch sides. 2) Place your forearms on the wall parallel to one another below shoulder height, keeping your elbows shoulder-distance apart (you can measure this by grabbing opposite elbows).Take a few steps back from the wall and allow your head torelax down between your arms.Breathe here for 5 deep breaths. ***open the shoulders, giving you more flexibility and allowing deeper backbends . Tag & save πŸ’™ HAVE A NICE DAY. . Follow @yogalooksgood for more πŸ’›

YOGA @martina__rando πŸ™ Like announced in our last post, here are the tip

  • 18.07.2018 18:20
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@martina__rando πŸ™ Like announced in our last post, here are the tips how to do the "downward facing dog". πŸ’› Thanks Martina for this awesome post! #yogalooksgood . Follow @yogalooksgood for more πŸ’›

YOGA @bestyoga πŸ™ Downward facing dog with an actual dog ^^.in our next

  • 18.07.2018 14:30
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@bestyoga πŸ™ Downward facing dog with an actual dog ^^ . in our next post Martina Rando will show us exactly how to do the "Downward facing dog" correctly, are you excited? . . Follow @yogalooksgood for more πŸ’›

YOGA @maracimatoribus πŸ™ I feel grounded,confident, worthy and whole..

  • 18.07.2018 02:47
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@maracimatoribus πŸ™ I feel grounded, confident, worthy and whole. . Follow @yogalooksgood for more πŸ’›

YOGA @kaylala88 πŸ™ Starting today with heart openers, because- let’s be

  • 17.07.2018 18:29
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@kaylala88 πŸ™ Starting today with heart openers, because- let’s be real- I needed it. As you saw from my story, my dad just had a double knee replacement surgery. As much as it killed me to be on the opposite side of the world as him during this time, my heart was filled ABOVE & BEYOND with gratitude for the hundreds of messages sending him love, healing & positive energy. Im not a big crier, but you guys did bring me to tears with your thoughtful, kind words. Thank you doesn’t seem to suffice here, but it’s all I can muster at this point. I did have a long chat with Daddio once he came to. Although he was a little doped up, it was still nice to hear his positivity shining through & to just generally know that he’s okay. On another note, speaking of knees- who else feels tension there when back bending? Although I’m open in my chest, thoracic & shoulder region- I have to be SUPER careful with my knees in back bends due to old injuries. I’ve found a really common misconception about heart openers to be that people think you have to have a flexible spine- when in fact you’re actually opening the FRONTLINE of the body & flexing (or strengthening) the backline. Not to mention the VITALITY of creating a solid foundation of strength in the legs (hello hammies & thighs!). This leads to yet another reason why I loved the Budokan Class earlier this week. The spinal rolls in & out of camel were a game changer for me. Because my spine is naturally quite arched & my frontline is pretty open, I often come out of backbends with an anterior pelvic tilt without collapsing into my low back & getting that crunching feeling. In fact, it actually feels GOOD for me. But, maybe that’s just because it’s easy? πŸ€” So, when i was asked to add that subtle tuck of the pelvis & scooping of the pelvic floor between child’s pose & camel- parts of my core & thighs turned on in ways I didn’t even know existed! Initially I found it SUPER difficult & I just didn’t think it was possible in my body (yet). But once I broke down the movements & really FELT into those teeny tiny micro engagements- it started to click. It’s far from perfect- but practice makes progress . Follow @yogalooksgood

YOGA @coachingbyjohn πŸ™ I started Yoga few years ago to complement my fit

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@coachingbyjohn πŸ™ I started Yoga few years ago to complement my fitness and boxing trainings . It is definitely deepen and strengthen the connection between my body and my mind. All my trainings includes breathing, mobility and some yoga move. . Follow @yogalooksgood for more πŸ’›

YOGA πŸ™ Thank you @janiceliou for all these helpful posts!.#yogatutoria

  • 16.07.2018 18:06
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πŸ™ Thank you @janiceliou for all these helpful posts! . #yogatutorial #yoga . Follow @yogalooksgood for more πŸ’›

YOGA @sakshiguptayoga πŸ™ Do you have a lot of stress in your life? Is it

  • 16.07.2018 14:31
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@sakshiguptayoga πŸ™ Do you have a lot of stress in your life? Is it hard to clear the constant chatter of your mind? Have you ever wanted to get into meditation but didn’t know where to start? Did you know that the main reason yoga exists is to make the body suitable for sitting and meditating? By making the body limber, strong, and detoxified, we can sit and clear our mind, lower our stress levels, and more clearly align with our purpose in life. Focus on your breath and use these mudras to help you out! Tag a friend who could benefit and save this for your practice! πŸ™πŸ»β€οΈ You will feel better and less stressed. Read below for all the details πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡Thanks for sharing @sakshiguptayoga #yogalooksgood ・・・ I am sharing 5 mudras that I find really helpful for meditation (I wish I could share more, am a total mudra girl! . 1. Uttarabodhi Mudra - aka the mudra of enlightenment and self-knowledge. 2. β€ŽHakini Mudra - it is the mudra of mind. It is believed to enhance the power of our mind and helps us in concentration. 3. β€ŽAdi Mudra - when we practice this mudra with both our hands , pressing our fists together knuckle to knuckle, it is known as the Brahma Mudra. It is believed that this mudra connects us to the cosmic energy. 4. β€ŽPrana Mudra - this mudra activates the dormant energy in our body. 5. β€ŽJnana Mudra - aka Gyan mudra. It is known to calm the mind and make it more receptive to knowledge. When the index finger (individual consciousness) + the thumb (universal consciousness) join, it helps us in connecting to our higher Self ________ #yogaeverydamnday #yogajourney #igyoga #yoga4growth #yogainspiration #yogaforlife #yogaeverywhereΒ #yogadaily #myyogalifeΒ #yogapractice #practiceyogachangeyourworld #yogisofinstagram #yoga #mudra #meditation #yogaforall #yogaforbeginners #inflexibleyogis #yogatutorial . Follow @yogalooksgood for more πŸ’›

YOGA @martina_sergi πŸ™ Handstands increase blood flow to the brain, stren

  • 15.07.2018 18:31
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@martina_sergi πŸ™ Handstands increase blood flow to the brain, strengthen the wrists and shoulders, tone the core and legs, balance hormones, and help change perspective. However, when done incorrectly, they can damage the wrists and elbows, while causing pain in all parts of the spine (neck, low back and upper back), as well as hurt the shoulders. Make sure you are doing them right! Save this for your inversion practice and tag a friend who could benefit from this! They will thank you! Thanks for sharing @martina_sergi #yogalooksgood. . Follow @yogalooksgood for more πŸ’›