Posted on Dec 15, 2019 fitness
Reset your nervous system, clear out unnecessary thoughts, and get back to a balanced state with this 10-minute yoga sequence.
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Easy Reset Yoga Routine
Legs Up The Wall
Forward- FoldPlace your feet about 3 feet apart. Exhale bring your arms and torso down into a forward fold. You can place your hands on the floor, a block, or even on a chair.Take 5 deep breaths. Come back to the starting position with an inhale.Seated TwistWhile seated, place one hand behind you and the other on the opposite knee. Take five breaths, reaching the top of the head towards the ceiling. On an exhale, return to center and repeat on the other side. Side-bendInhale lift both arms up, and if you like, interlace the finger and flip the palms to the ceiling. Exhale and reach your palms towards the to the side. Inhale to come back to center and repeat on other side.Legs Up the WallEasy peasy. Bring both legs up a wall and extend the arms outward. Take at least 10 breaths, or more if you're enjoying it!Child's PoseFrom a kneeling position, exhale and bring your forehead to the floor. Relax the hips towards to the heels and extend the arms in front of you. Hang out for as long as you like.
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