Day 14 – Space | BREATH – A 30 Day Yoga Journey




Restorative Yoga Poses

If you are looking for restorative yoga poses, here they are – two of the main ones: Legs up the wall pose. This move aids in relieving tired and cramped feet. The move also stretches back legs, front torso, and back of the neck. The move has also been shown to aid in calming the mind.

Yoga Poses To Reduce Headaches

Many people tend to rush for painkillers when they have headaches. The good news is that there are some yoga poses that you can engage in and reduce the headaches. Here are some of the beneficial yoga poses:

Yoga Poses For Office Workers

If you an office worker, here are some of the best yoga moves for you: Wide-legged forward bend pose This forward bend variation plays a huge role of opening tight shoulders and hamstrings. To assume the pose you need to stand with your feet four feet apart then turn your toes in slightly and interlace your fingers in a fist behind your back. While inhaling, you should engage your abs and pull your hands away from your shoulders.

Yoga Poses To Release Office Stress and Pain

Office work is usually characterized by headaches, lower back pain, and fatigue. The good side is that there are some yoga poses that you can engage in to relieve the stress and fatigue. Here are some of the poses that you can engage in. Forward fold This move aids in draining stress out of the top of the head.

Yoga Poses For Toned Arms

Did you know that you can have toned arms through yoga? Here are some of the beneficial yoga poses: Side forearm plank This is known to strengthen your oblique muscles. The move also aids in working your shoulders and arms. To assume the pose you need to start from a high plank then slowly zip your legs together and ensure that your wrists and hands are aligned under your shoulders.

Yoga Poses You Can Do With Your Dog

Dogs have for long been known to be man’s best friend. Research has show that engaging in yoga with your dog has a number of benefits. One of the benefits is that the practice aids in strengthening the bond between you and the dog. According to the studies, dogs tend to be receptive to direction, more relaxed and affectionate after they have been in a yoga class. This plays a huge role in strengthening the bond between you and the dog.

3 Yoga Poses For Runners

If you thought running is a bad combination with yoga, think again. Here are some of the best yoga poses for runners…

The Art of Comparison

In the age of Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social media sites too numerous to mention, it’s easy to get lost in the toxic art of comparison. At the touch of a button, you can see virtually anything about anyone (how much is actually true and how much is embellished, has yet to be determined). Have too much time on your hands and before you know it thoughts of, “Where did I go wrong, why am I not further along, I still don’t know what I want to be,” can become debilitating.

Yoga Poses For Emotional Release

If you are feeling stressed, here are some poses that can help you in releasing your emotions: Cobra pose-Bhujangasana This move aids in opening your heart so that you are able to access your creative and emotional sides. You start the move by lying on a mat with your face down. You should then place your hands on the floor and close to your body. You should ensure that your hands are even with your shoulders.

Yoga Poses For Menopause

Menopause is usually associated with a number of things such as hot flushes, stress, and even depression. The good news is that research has shown that there are some yoga poses that are very beneficial during menopause. Here are some of the poses:

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