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Yoga poses that emphasize core strength. Try them out one at a time, holding each for 30 seconds. Go through the entire sequence twice; for moves that are one-sided, do one side the first time through and the other side the second time through.

Yoga poses that emphasize core strength. Try them out one at a time, holding each for 30 seconds. Go through the entire sequence twice; for moves that are one-sided, do one side the first time through and the other side the second time

Build strength in the shoulders, arms, chest, and upper back and improve your flexibility with this upper body strengthening yoga flow. Breathe deeply, keep your body balanced and engage your core for stability as you move through these challenging poses. https://www.spotebi.com/yoga-sequences/upper-body-strength-flow/

Build strength in the shoulders, arms, chest, and upper back and improve your flexibility with this upper body strengthening yoga flow. Breathe deeply, keep your body balanced and engage your core for stability as you move through these challenging poses.

Cause the nit picky pointed out my "sun" salutation mistake. Reposting with a diff name. Just gonna call this a back bending warm up Chandra Namaskar (translated to moon salutation) or 12 step salutation This warm up is a back bendy version of the classical 12 step salutation which doesn't involve bringing the arms up in low lunge. I teach this warm up for every back bend themed class, it is also what I practice in prep for back bending photos. I personally find it more effective than Sun…

Chandra Namaskar (translated to moon salutation) or 12 step salutation This warm up is a back bendy version of the classical 12 step salutation which doesn't involve bringing the arms up in low lunge. I teach this warm up for every back bend themed class,