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When first starting to practice yoga and for many months or years after, arm balance postures can “appear” unattainable, out of reach, too difficult, or light years away.

When first starting to practice yoga and for many months or years after, arm balance postures can “appear” unattainable, out of reach, too difficult, or light years away.

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BeYogi Sciatica- Yoga With Adriana-08

BeYogi Sciatica- Yoga With Adriana-08

RESTORATIVE YOGA: COUNTER BACKBENDS I've a few sequences on backbends (Cobra, Camel, Wheel). When opening up the spine in one way it's good to counter things by moving the opposite way to avoid injury & soreness. This sequence is targeted for after back bending but can be used for my other sequences too. So no this isn't a sequence that will get you INTO something but it is just as if not more important. The majority of us live lives where we are all go go go & closing or restorative…

RESTORATIVE YOGA: COUNTER BACKBENDS I've a few sequences on backbends (Cobra, Camel, Wheel). When opening up the spine in one way it's good to counter things by moving the opposite way to avoid injury & soreness. This sequence is targeted for after back b

Cause the nit picky pointed out my "sun" salutation mistake. Reposting with a diff name. Just gonna call this a back bending warm up Chandra Namaskar (translated to moon salutation) or 12 step salutation  This warm up is a back bendy version of the classical 12 step salutation which doesn't involve bringing the arms up in low lunge. I teach this warm up for every back bend themed class, it is also what I practice in prep for back bending photos. I personally find it more effective than Sun…

Chandra Namaskar (translated to moon salutation) or 12 step salutation This warm up is a back bendy version of the classical 12 step salutation which doesn't involve bringing the arms up in low lunge. I teach this warm up for every back bend themed class,