Couples Yoga Challenge
"Yoga does not seek to convert or impose religious beliefs on any one. Ancient Egypt was the source of civilization and the source of religion and Yoga. Therefore, all systems of mystical spiritual-ity can coexist harmoniously within these teachings when they are correctly understood." — Dr. Muata Ashby, Egyptian Yoga: The Philosophy of Enlightenment
Back-to-Back Chair Benefits: Strengthens quads and improves posture. How to Do It: Stand with backs touching; link elbows. Feel and match your partner’s breath. Press against each other’s back and walk your feet forward, keeping your sacrum and spine touching your partner’s, until you’re in a sitting position (no lower than 90 degrees). Hold the pose for 2 to 3 breaths; slowly return to standing. To Go Deeper: Carefully rise and lower repeatedly for an added strengthening challenge.