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Program: Yoga For Every Body | Episode: 8 | Runtime: 8m 48s | Release date: 2012

A supine sequence (lying on the back) to strengthen the core with mindful abdominal exercises, followed by backbends to strengthen the back and stretch the core. Includes a clear description and alternative options for the most popular inverted pose in yoga, the shoulder stand, which helps to improve circulation of blood and lymph, and to improve immunity and hormonal health. There are options to suit all experience levels, including beginner and prenatal, and some extra challenges for the well-practiced yogi.

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Stacey Nelson

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Kathleen Nohe | 3 months ago
I have just started an exciting journey studying Reflexology. I have completed Phase One of Four. In my very first class we learned how important our Spine is to our overall health. There are 26 bones in our spine as well as 26 bones in our feet. The inside edge of our foot from our big toe to our heal represents our spine. From our head downward. This Video is brilliant in helping keep our spine healthy with its gentle movements. And gradual progress of intensity. Thank you!!!!
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Iris Aguanta | FMTV | 3 months ago
You're very much welcome, Kathleen! Happy to know you loved these sessions and thank you so much as well for sharing your insight with us :) ~ Iris
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Chanelle Danylowich | 1 year, 9 months ago
amazing release! Thank you /\
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Stacey Nelson | 1 year, 4 months ago
Thanks for watching Chanelle. Great to hear you had an amazing release! Stacey :)
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andrea antulov | 1 year, 10 months ago
Great videos! Right length.
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Stacey Nelson | 1 year, 4 months ago
Thanks for your feedback Andrea. I love the bite size pieces too. It makes it easier to fit a practice in more often. Stacey :)
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