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13 Easy Stretches to Fix Your Tight Shoulders

Here are 13 of my favorite shoulder stretches that you can use to create length, relief, and increased mobility in the shoulders.

Pilates Flexband Workout Poster

Color illustrated poster with a complete workout of twenty-seven different Pilates exercises. Made of aqueous paper that holds up to folds without ripping and resists smudges. Comes in re-sealable plastic bag for easy travel. Dimensions: 17"x 25"

Your Brain on Yoga — Yoga Ed.

When you do yoga, you’re not only giving your body a workout.

#the-meaning-of-the-om-symbol | Tumblr

Find and follow posts tagged the-meaning-of-the-om-symbol on Tumblr

A Yoga Instructor’s Guide to Teaching Pranayama Breathwork

As a yoga instructor, you know that teaching pranayama is beneficial to your students, but do you know how to teach it properly? This article explains how.

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Do yoga with Me! Learn yoga positions for free! Power yoga poses for different types of Vinyasa yoga, Anusara, Asana yoga from the best online yoga classes

TIPS TO GIVE BETTER VERBAL CUES IN YOGA CLASS - Swagtail

Your unique voice i is utilized each day when you communicate with others, and mastering verbal cues in yoga class refines the practice of speaking and listening. This post highlights easy ways to lead your students through a safe and balanced practice, as well as feel confident along the way.

Best Non-Traditional Books for Yoga Teachers - The Yoga Nomads

Click to discover some of the best non-traditional books for yoga teachers and yogis who want to expand and deepend their practices.

10 Mantras to Set a Powerful Intention for Your Yoga Practice

A mantra is a word or phrase that has the ability to give you power and focus. If you aren't sure what yours could be, read these 10 powerful mantras.

Common Mistakes in Upavistha Konasana B — YOGABYCANDACE

This is one of my favorite (unexpected) poses to pop into a fun vinyasa flow.