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  • You can work on getting strong and well-formed arms with yoga as if you were lifting dumbbells and bars. Several large and small muscles in your upper body help you curl your fingers, move your hands, flex your wrists, extend your elbows, and lift your arms.

    How to Use Yoga to Strengthen Your Arms

    How to Use Yoga to Strengthen Your Arms

    by Liliane Najm2

  • The relaxing effect of yoga practice tend to reduce anxiety-induced or stress-induced overeating. The benefits of a yoga practice are cumulative. Significant improvements are observed with regular practice over time.

    3 Yoga Poses and Pranayama for Weight Loss

    3 Yoga Poses and Pranayama for Weight Loss

    by Liliane Najm5

  • Hatha yoga is a slow-paced style yoga focusing on breathing and mastering various healing poses. There is no age limit or prior experience required to practice this gentle, holistic yoga, and committing to classes and home sessions will reap lifelong benefits.

    The Holistic Benefits of Hatha Yoga

    The Holistic Benefits of Hatha Yoga

    by Lorna Lamon4

  • It is common knowledge that breathing in a deep and mindful way calms the mind and body, reduces stress and anxiety, increases oxygen supply to the blood, helps keep the lungs healthy, releases muscular tension, and prepares for a deeper meditation.

    How to Breathe in Yoga

    How to Breathe in Yoga

    by Liliane Najm0

  • Yoga helps with proper body alignment so that all your body parts move together in sync. Body alignment has an impact on our overall health. This article gives instructions on a few yoga poses that target the ribs and the hips.

    4 Yoga Poses to Help Correct Posture and Body Misalignment

    4 Yoga Poses to Help Correct Posture and Body Misalignment

    by Liliane Najm0

  • Aerial yoga is a combination of traditional yoga practices with modern acrobatic exercises in order to counteract the negative effects of gravity and provide a vigorous cardio and muscular workout.

    Aerial Yoga for Beginners: Benefits and Tips

    Aerial Yoga for Beginners: Benefits and Tips

    by Kathleen Odenthal6

  • Your questions about starting a yoga practice are answered. Find out why you should be doing yoga and how to begin.

    Yoga Basics for Beginners

    Yoga Basics for Beginners

    by Deborah Neyens54

  • Adults beginning yoga over 50 can benefit from a gentle sequence of yoga stretches in a chair. These chair exercises for seniors, who may have high blood pressure or joint issues with wrists, shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles, are easy to practice at home at your own pace. Learning full breathing, gentle stretches, and beginning meditation helps seniors improve flexibility and balance, boost immunity, manage stress, sleep better, and foster community.

    Chair Yoga for Seniors

    Chair Yoga for Seniors

    by Janis Goad11

  • Yoga is a health-enhancing practice to those who are 50 years and older. A regular and safe practice of yoga lessens the negative impact of stress, and reduces tiredness levels in healthy seniors.

    Use Yoga to Rejuvenate and Age Well

    Use Yoga to Rejuvenate and Age Well

    by Liliane Najm2

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