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Warrior II Pose

Warrior II Pose is excellent for balance, toning, and a sense of personal control.  There is something very powerful about this pose so it is no wonder it is called “Warrior.” Stand up straight and separate your feet into a very wide stance.  Turn your right foot out and bring your left foot slightly in

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Wide Legged Standing Forward Fold

Wide Legged Standing Forward Fold is excellent for loosening your legs and back, especially if the regular standing forward fold is a bit too much stretch for your level of flexibility. Stand up straight with your feet as wide apart as is comfortable for you.  Raise your arms up above your head on an inhale

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Warrior I Pose

Warrior I Pose is great for stretch, balance, and strengthening the entire body.  If you enjoy Warrior II pose, feel free to create a sequence with the two poses. Stand with your feet 3 ½ to 4 feet apart (or whatever distance is wide but comfortable*).  Turn your right foot out and left foot slightly

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Tree Pose

Tree Pose a great balancing pose that anyone can do.  It is great to practice while talking on the phone or cooking dinner.  It is also great to do just to feel in touch with the earth and with your body. Stand with feet slightly apart, spine straight, arms at your sides.  Gently shift your

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Standing Forward Fold

Standing Forward Fold is a great stretch for your entire back body.  You don’t have to touch the floor or have your legs completely straight; you just have to feel the stretch. Stand up straight with your feet slightly apart.  Raise your arms up above your head on an inhale and, as you exhale, hinge

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Lord of the Dance Pose

Lord of the Dance Pose is good for balance and for stretch. It is slightly advanced so, if you are a beginner, take it slow and do not strain yourself. Stand with your feet together and arms at your sides. Inhale, shift your weight onto your left foot, and lift your right heel toward your