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This bodyweight Hatha Yoga practice is designed to be strengthening in nature, as we focus on the muscles of the lower body and core. After a short warm up to observe range of motion, practice several sequences featuring a breakdown of warrior one and warrior three. Practice several seated twists to engage the muscles of the hips and thighs. Breathe, flow, and have fun!
This yoga practice is designed to re-energize and wake up your entire body through muscle activation and joint movement. As we flow from one pose to the next, be able to connect your breathing to your motions so that you can lower your anxiety and calm your mind.
Hatha Yoga is force-ful Yoga, with isometrics throughtout. An isometric is an exercise involving the static contraction of a muscle without any visible movement in the angle of the joint. They are used for rehabilitation, strength adaptation, hypertrophy, and range of motion training.
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