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Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
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Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
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Part of the Series: Yoga for a Healthy Mind and Body
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Yoga for Spinal Problems
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
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Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
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Yoga and Addictive Behavior
Part of the Series: Yoga for a Healthy Mind and Body
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Forrest Yoga
Part of the Series: Yoga for a Healthy Mind and Body
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Yoga is an ancient Indian form of balancing mind and body through breath control and a series of asanas. It aims to attain the unity of mind, body and spirit through asanas, breathing and meditation. Asanas are gentle stretching movements designed to rejuvenate the brain, spine, glands and internal organs.…
Yoga for Hypertension
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
Yoga addresses the whole person, considering not only their physical needs, but emotional, mental, intellectual and spiritual needs as well. Through gentle movements, relaxation, breathing, lifestyle attitudes and meditation, Yoga asanas can help with the control of Hypertension. Yoga helps keep the blood vessels elastic and combined with relaxation training…
Yoga for a Healthy Heart
Part of the Series: Yoga for a Healthy Mind and Body
Yoga can lead to a healthier heart by providing a transition from a more sedentary lifestyle to a more active one. Trace the steps that will help you gradually build your yoga practice. Learn two new breathing exercises together with asanas that include warrior 1, knee-to-chest, and bridge.
Yoga for Obesity
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
Yoga gently tones and shapes the body, improves posture and flexibility, and contributes to a feeling of well being. When practiced as part of a daily yoga routine of breathing exercises, meditation and poses, these asanas bring about a feeling of calm and address the basic problem associated with Obesity.
Yoga for Sleep Disorders
Part of the Series: Yoga For Health
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