According to Everyday Health, yoga poses such as "downward-facing dog," "child's pose" and "pigeon pose" help relieve back pain. Daily practice of these poses improves flexibility and circulation, and it may lessen pain ... More »

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To do yoga at home, follow a sequence of poses that opens by warming up your muscles and then focuses your practice and helps to regulate breathing. The sequence should become progressively more challenging, then wind do... More »

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You can do yoga at home by finding a space in which to practice, getting the necessary equipment, learning basic poses and setting aside time every day. The only equipment needed for yoga is a yoga mat. A block, a strap ... More »

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A yoga bolster is a yoga accessory used to support the body while doing poses, intensify practice sessions or facilitate stretching. It is usually made of cotton and looks like a cushion with a removable cover. Yoga bols... More »

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A good yoga workout for beginners includes a warm-up and a cool-down and can feature sequences such as sun salutations, warrior sequences or poses for flexibility. Additional exercises make the workout as long or short a... More »

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Common yoga positions include the downward facing dog, the mountain pose, the staff pose and the child's pose. Yoga poses work specific parts of the body and help alleviate ailments. More »

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The yoga pose of Downward-Facing Dog (also known as Adho Mukha Svanasana) is correctly performed by ensuring proper alignment, weight distribution, and hip and pelvic awareness as you move your body into an A shape. Arm ... More »

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