Tag: downward dog

Yoga Camp – Day 16 – I Enjoy

– What’s up guys? Welcome to 30 days of yoga camp. I’m Adriene and it’s day 16. I’m superexcited. The mantra today is awesome. “I enjoy.” Giddy up! (orchestral music) Okay, today we’re going to begin in extended child’s pose. So bring your knees as wide as your yoga mat, big toes to touch. And […]

Morning Routine | The Yoga Solution With Tara Stiles

Hi, I’m Tara Stiles, and today on the Yoga Solution I’m going to show you a great routine that you can do first thing in the morning to wake up your entire body, and calm and focus your mind. Let’s get started. So we’ll start standing up nice and tall. Heels right behind your toes. […]

Yoga And Pilates Poses HOW TO Guide – DOWNWARD DOG

[Music] welcome to the yoga how to section so whether you’ve done yoga or pilates before it doesn’t really matter this section is for everybody it’s going to tell you how to practice particular postures or Pilates exercises accurately and perfectly as best you can to get best out of each posture or exercise so […]

How to Do Prenatal Yoga Downward Dog | Pregnancy Workout

Now we’re going to show you how to do downward facing dog. Downward dog is wonderful for strengthening your arms, stretching our your lower back which may be getting tight and stretching out the backs of your legs. Vickie’s going to come onto her hands and knees. Spread the fingers wide, press through the fingertips. […]

PoserKids Pulse | KANE’S BEST FRIEND | Kids Yoga News

Hi Poserkids, Alex Andra here thanking you as always for checking in with the poser pulse. Our first story today is about loyalty. Loyalty is the state of being loyal to someone or something or a strong feeling of support or allegiance. Do you know which animal is commonly noted as being the most loyal […]

Lauren Roxburgh’s Yoga Poses with the Aligned Dome | goop

Hey, it’s Lauren Roxburgh here again. I wanted to give you guys a few more moves you can do on your new Aligned Domes. Take both of them on this one, and we’re gonna do a plank. This is great because it frees up any tension in the wrists and the arms and the elbows. […]