Grounding Leg Opening Yoga Flow

Grounding Leg Opening Yoga Flow

Are you an over thinker?
Get out of your head & into your body…

Is there too much swirling around in your head and you can’t quite calm it down?
Does stress have your thoughts all intertwined into a tangled mess?

Wouldn’t be awesome to take a break from this tornado of stressful energy?

In a way that brings you to the present moment and calms you down?

Move your body and breathe!

Why?

🔑 Movement brings you to the present moment giving you relief from stress and overthinking of the past and future.
🔑 While focusing on your movements and breath, you give your thoughts a break.
🔑 Engaging your senses, like breath awareness, redirects your thoughts.
🔑 Lower body work leads to feeling grounded; safe, secure, and stable allowing the whirlwind of thoughts to slow down.

Get into your body and out of your head in this 25 min
Grounding Leg Opening Yoga Flow.

Enjoy! Be well. 
  Remember to breathe. 
🙏🏼Namaste my friends🙏🏼

Got more time? Try this next: Yoga for Tight Hips

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Squat Recovery Yoga – Stretch Out the Soreness

Squat Recovery Yoga – Stretch Out the Soreness

Inversion Free Options

Did you do too many squats?
Or try an online Cardio Leg video like I did and now you can hardly walk?

Yeah, I feel your pain.
Been there, done that. 😥🥴

This Squat Recovery Yoga Practice is designed to stretch out the soreness in the places that hurt after too many squats.
Inner thighs, hamstrings, hips, glutes, and of course, the quads.
Hip openers and leg stretches are priority with longer holds to allow the muscles to ease out of pain.

Here’s why that soreness, caused by lactic acid build up, rears it’s ugly self:

“A temporary buildup of lactic acid can be caused by vigorous exercise if your body doesn’t have enough available oxygen to break down glucose in the blood. This can cause a burning feeling in the muscle groups you’re using.” Source

With that said—this is why breathing is SO important when you workout; yoga or otherwise. 😉

Do this practice daily until you feel better.
Happy stretching!


DETAILS:

I’ll be performing this practice Inversion Free but you do you.
👉 No props needed, unless you want ‘em.
🌟 Good for Experienced Level.
💫 Minimal cues are given so you can focus on feeling the feels.
✨ Inversion Free means no downward facing dog, no head stand, no poses where the head goes below the heart. Great for those with glaucoma, cardiac issues, vertigo, acid reflux, or if you just don’t like going upside down.


  Enjoy! Be well. 
  Remember to breathe. 
🙏🏼Namaste my friends🙏🏼 

Got more time? Try this next: Low Body Stretch

Leg Day Vinyasa Flow – Strong & Stretchy Quads

Inversion Free Opt/Yoga for Weight Loss

Who doesn’t love a good Leg Day? 🥴 This Vinyasa Flow gives all the love to your Quads. It’s great for strengthening and supports a weight loss regimen. Inversion Free options offered!

🎶👉 Spotify playlist: https://bit.ly/LegDay1QuadsSpotify

This is the first of a series of strengthening classes. If this was challenging for you, I recommend doing this practice three times a week until it gets easier.
Then, move onto the next Leg Day Vinyasa Flow #2.

Props: Optional Yoga Strap or like item; if you can’t reach your feet behind you easily.

Enjoy! Be well.
Remember to breathe.
🙏🏼Namaste my friends🙏🏼

A NOTE ON “YOGA for WEIGHT LOSS”: Practicing yoga alone is not a weight loss remedy. When used in combination with healthy habits off the mat it can be a great help. Especially to lower stress levels and find a deeper connection with yourself; physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. You can indeed get your heart rate up with some practices, you can sweat, strengthen, tone, detox, and burn calories.
To be quite honest, I don’t love using this term, but it’s a VERY high ranking SEO term; meaning people search it A LOT. I’m using it to direct more people to become aware of their mind body connection while working into a healthier lifestyle. 💫