One of our readers asks “Is the Goal of Yoga to Lose Weight, Get Toned, or to Become More Flexible?” Paul settles the score on this frequently asked question, once and for all.
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I enjoy teaching and practicing: Bikram Yoga, Rocket Yoga, Astanga Yoga, and Hatha Yoga. These are some of the latest asanas and poses I have been practicing. Through yoga, I have vastly improved my strength, lost weight, and drastically improved my flexibility. I especially love teaching inversions, arm balances, and handstands.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Paul on Yoga. Through my practice of Yoga, I have mastered techniques like the handstand and forearms balances. Yoga has brought me strength that I could never develop from weight lifting alone. When I teach private yoga, I customize the lesson to the individual. Unlike other teachers who force you to conform to their program, we write a program designed for you.
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Standing Yoga Poses Part 2
The Standing Yoga Poses from the Crescent family (indudalasana) may be used to mobilize the obliques and lats. Single leg variations are also useful for building balance. The asanas (poses) shown in this article help mobilize the spine both from a side bend and various extensions.
Practicing yoga is a deeply intimate, personal experience, which is why many people choose to start a home practice. This is where you get to be one with your body. It’s a place to move into the breath and release tension in the muscles that so easily gather throughout your days. To really let go, though, you need a little help from someone else; you need a yoga adjustment.
Standing Yoga Poses
The Standing Yoga Poses from the Crescent family (indudalasana) may be used to mobilize the obliques and lats. Single leg variations are also useful for building balance.