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September 26, 2006

Yoga Tips for Women: Tibetan Chair III

Yoga Tips for Women: Tibetan Chair III. This pose strengthens the legs, especially the calves.

Start with your feet six inches apart, arms are at shoulder height in front of you, palms facing down. Come up on to your tip toes, engage your abdominal muscles and slowly sit down as far as you can while keeping the heels up. Keep your back flat and hold this pose for 20 to 30 seconds and release.

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Posted by Dallas Personal Trainer at 4:06 PM

September 13, 2006

Yoga Tips for Women: Standing Wind Relieving

Standing Wind Relieving. This pose helps to strengthen your legs and helps with balance.

Start with your feet together with your left thigh contracted. Keep your back straight and pick up your right knee, interlacing all 10 fingers below the knee. Focus on keeping your left leg straight and strong and keeping your balance. Hold this pose for 30 seconds minimum and release.

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Posted by Dallas Personal Trainer at 4:07 PM

September 7, 2006

Yoga Tips for Women: Standing Head to Knee

Standing Head to Knee. This pose is an advanced pose of standing Wind Relieving.

It focuses on keeping the legs strong and finding your balance. Starting with the feet together, keeping the weight in the left leg, bend over and pick up your right foot cupping your hands underneath. Keep your left leg straight and strong, suck in your abdominals and round your upper back. Hold this pose for 20 to 30 seconds.

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Posted by Dallas Personal Trainer at 4:10 PM

September 5, 2006

Yoga Tips for Women: Diamond Pose

Diamond Pose. This pose is great for stretching the inner thighs.

Begin in a seated position with your legs straight out in front of you with your back straight. Bring both heels in towards your groin, bottoms of the feet touching. Holding the ankles, bring the heels as far in as you can keeping the back straight. Slowly start to lower the knees to the floor without pushing them down. Hold this pose for as long as is comfortable.

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Posted by Dallas Personal Trainer at 4:16 PM

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