Tommie Lyne J.
Gradually. Where is there pain? Where is there tension? What is your flexibility in each part of your body some will be more flexible than others; in turn some will be stiffer or painful. Explore your body from Head to Toe. Start by taking a deep breathe in and exhale. Gently lower your chin; don't overextended; respect your limits especially on your neck to avoid injury. Slowly roll your neck side to side breathing consistently. Roll your down your spine slowly until you touch your toes. Roll back up and gently twist to each side. Pay attention to your body and it will tell you where and what feels good. Twisting Stretches and Balancing Poses are my favorite because they are extremely effective and fun and challenging.
- What is your most common intention when you come to the practice?
- why do you have to hold your breath?
- How do you do yoga when you are sick
- What’s your favorite yoga pose?
- Do I have to concentrate when I do Yoga? Like I am mediating?
- How do i keep my mind clear during this?
- Which type of yoga would u recommend if I’m a beginner?
- Do you prefer practicing yoga in the morning or before bed?
- Do you believe a 15 minutes yoga routine a day is enough, or which is the ideal length of a daily yoga session?
- Are your wrists really going to be okay after this?