Did you know? Doing this pose for 5 minutes a day…
It’s super calming for the mind, it’s great for your digestion, it elongates the lower back, it opens up the hips.
Did you know? Doing this groin stretch for a few minutes per day…
The butterfly stretch helps to open up the hips and thighs and improves flexibility. This stretch targets the groin area, loosening and lengthening the inner thigh muscles (Adductors). The adductors are often neglected in workouts but they play a key role in your stability and balance.
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The standing forward bend stretches the hips, hamstrings, and calves, strengthens the thighs and knees, keeps you spine strong and flexible?
Did you know? Utkata Konasana has many health benefits
It stretches your hips, groin and chest, tones and strengthens the core muscles, strengthens the quadriceps and inner thigh muscles, restores the shoulders, arms and upper back.
Did you know? Doing this tretch for several minutes per day…
Stretching your piriformis muscles can literally reduce any pain especially sciatica and lower back pain, it also helps reduce tightness in the back of your legs, buttocks, hamstrings, and perhaps your calf muscles.
Did you know? Doing the bridge pose regularly…
Stretches the chest, neck, spine, and hips. Strengthens the back, buttocks, and hamstrings. Improves circulation of blood. Helps alleviate stress and mild depression.
Did you know? When you do this stretch daily…
This is the area that causes stiffness and lower back pain from lack of stretching. This area must be stretched daily, especially if you sit all day.
Did you know? Upward dog has many benefits
It can strengthen the wrists, arms, and back and toning the buttocks. Its chest-opening action provides a great antidote to “office slump” whilte freeing the lungs and opening the heart.
Did you know? Daily stretching
UC DAVIS Reported that stretching Increases blood flow to muscle. Increases oxygen levels. Helps improve flexibility, improving range of motion in your joints. releases tension in both the body and mind.
Did you know? The Malasana Pose has many benefits
The malasana pose stretches the thighs, groin, hips, ankles, and torso. It tones the abdominal muscles and improves the function of the colon to help with elimination. This pose also increases circulation and blood flow in the pelvis, which can help regulate sexual energy.
Did you know? Doing this pose for a few minutes per day…
Induces relaxation, relieves stress and lifts mood, stretches the spine, shoulders, lower back, and hamstrings, stimulates organs including intestines, kidneys, liver, ovaries and uterus, helps relieve symptoms of menstrual discomfort.
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