YOGA STYLES: Modern Archives - Aura Wellness Center

YOGA STYLES: Modern

Restorative Yoga Poses for Anxiety

To practice Supported Supine Bow Pose, you will need a bolster and two blankets. If you do not have a bolster, fold a thick blanket or towel to approximate the same size and shape as a Yoga bolster. Place the bolster lengthwise on your Yoga mat. Fold the two blankets into squares and place them where your knees will be.

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Power Yoga for Heart Health

Power yoga students learn to use inner strength to keep moving through a series of poses. They learn to breathe deliberately by filling up the abdomen, lungs, and chest with each breath and slowly releasing it. This is a healthy way to release stress and anxiety, while toning all of the body’s muscles. The heart becomes stronger as it continually receives new blood and works to pump it throughout the rest of the body.

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Three Office Yoga Techniques for Back Pain

Back pain is often exacerbated by tension in the neck, shoulders, and arms. Even a brief seated Yoga break will help to dissipate the tension that has built up in these areas over several hours of work. The following are three Office Chair Yoga techniques that will help to ease back pain. Companies who seek an office Yoga specialist would do well to hire a certified chair Yoga teacher specialist.

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Chair Yoga for Reducing Pains and Aches

Yoga students who are working in an office will also benefit from being able to complete a brief Yoga sequence in order to refresh and restore their energy. Chair Yoga is particularly effective at releasing muscular tension in the neck, shoulders, hips and back. These are areas that are often tight from working at a desk or computer for hours at a stretch

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Power Yoga for Strength

Yoga therapy aims to heal the body of any physical, mental, emotional or psychosomatic ailments by identifying the root of a dysfunction and practicing a set of techniques (asana, pranayama, meditation or relaxation techniques) intended to address the problem. It seems obvious to yoga teachers that people who suffer from problems ranging from persistent lower back pain to depression have been flocking to our classes in an attempt to alleviate their symptoms.

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