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Twisting can help to increase blood flow to the spinal area—delivering pain-fighting, healing, anti-inflammatory oxygen.
Practicing this twisting sequence is beneficial for anyone who sits for a good portion of the day or suffers from chronic back pain.
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Could any one suggest some yoga poses for back pain?
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Yoga isn’t only for the thin, flexible, and fit.
Yoga poses are often taught on an assumed thin, fit, able, and fairly flexible body. Discover how Curvy Yoga challenges what you thought you knew.
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In Bhakti Yoga, we lead with our heart.
Lead with your heart and embrace the universe with bhakti yoga and kirtan chanting.
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Learn to consciously utilize muscles, like the psoas, that tend to do their own thing.
You can learn to consciously utilize muscles, like the psoas, that tend to do their own thing, and when you do, it can transform your yoga practice.
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Very helpful information! Thank you! 
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Working with the hips can bring up intense feelings on both the emotional and physical ends of the spectrum.
This sequence is built to open your hips enough to work toward Foot-Behind-the-Head-Pose (Eka Pada Sirsasana).
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So true. 
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"The jumpback transition from Bakasana to Chaturanga is mostly mental"—overcome doubt.
The jumpback transition from Bakasana to Chaturanga is mostly mental. Overcome doubt and the rest is just practice.
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Very similar to crow pose. I can't do the side crow at all.
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Commit to this sequence for 28 days.
Discover how a single sequence, when practiced consistently, can provide grounding, openness, and a greater sense of stability in all aspects of your life.
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Lots of fun—and a little bit of frustration—are part of the process.
Donkey kicks are common as you learn this challenging but ultimately graceful pose.
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Find out which hybrid is right for you—take our quiz!
These creative styles will not only activate new muscle groups but also give you a new perspective on the practice. Find out which hybrid is right for you.
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If the stretch in your 
ankles is too intense…
Modify Virasana if needed to find safe alignment in your body.
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Very helpful post 
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Does yoga have the same benefits as cardio? (Tell us what you think!)
While yoga may not seem like cardio, all practices aren't created equal. Some strategic sequencing can help you get a cardio workout from your practice.
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How do you know when it’s time to lead?
Whether you've practiced for years or just found yoga recently, there are a few things to think about before you start teaching yoga.
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Great article. Thank you :) 
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