Having trouble choosing your yoga bolster? Let us help you figure out the right choice for your body type and practice by listing the differences and qualities of each type.
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If you are thinking of trying a hot yoga class, but can’t get past the thought of that hot room full of people . . . Read my first experience. It’s not as bad as you think.
Even the most experienced yogis could be missing a technique or interesting new way to use their product. Whether you are just starting your practice or have found your place of contentment, fulfill your curiosity and check out the many different ways we encourage you to use your yoga products.
Congratulations on expanding your yoga collection! We are happy to be included in your journey and would love to help you along the way. Now that you have your product(s), it’s time to learn the proper ways to take care of them in order to take advantage of them for as long as possible.
Some yoga poses require a bit more flexibility than others. While bending your legs up and behind your head isn’t for everyone, here is a way to use yoga blocks to gradually extend into the splits. For best results, practice everyday until flexibility is achieved.
Each chakra associates with a specific part of our body, applying energy to the organs within and around it. After heeding knowledge from various yoga instructors, yoga nutritionists and enthusiasts, it has been concluded that eating foods associated with each chakra’s prime color representation is a good method towards healing and nourishing that specific part of the body.
After listening to women discuss their menopausal symptoms and the struggles they face while migrating through this transition, I decided it would be great idea to research and develop a list of common yoga poses that could help aid those pesky menopausal symptoms.
We love probiotics, our digestive system enjoys the live bacteria and yeast to help keep its gut healthy. My question is, after taking probiotics for years on a regular basis, is it possible to overdo it? What happens to our bodies when there’s too much good bacteria?