Video 180 | Seated Yoga Rx (40 Minute Workout) with Lauren Eirk
Yoga Strong • 10-Feb-2021
Yoga is medicine. Not every workout needs to be a sweaty challenge. It is also important to nourish our body. Seated Yoga Rx will help rejuvenate your body and mind, countering repetitive joint stresses from running, cycling, or even sitting at your desk!
This seated Yoga practice is appropriate for all fitness levels. Feel free to use one or more blankets (link below) to sit on in order to make sitting on the floor more comfortable. Many of these positions can also be done from a chair.
Using internal resistance from the body and elastic resistance from an elastic band (link below), this practice is designed to strengthen hip flexor and abductor muscles, improve core stability, and restore your overall energy level. This is a great video to do when you need a more therapeutic practice.
Amazon Products Used:
Yoga Mat: https://amzn.to/2ZDSMrH
Mexican Blanket (Yoga): https://amzn.to/3iGLoDE
Clothing by Savvi: https://savvi.com/laureneirk
Elevate Tank: Fuscia
Nae Legging: Blue Agave
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