This 10 minute workout routine will stretch and revive you for your next holiday events. Take a look and try them. We guarantee you’ll feel rejuvenated.
Slowly move into each of the yoga poses shown below. Focus on deep breathing from your belly. Allow your breath to flow into the lower part of your abdomen. With each exhale, relax and release tension throughout your whole body. Take breaths slow and controlled, inhale to a count of 5 and exhale to a count of 3. Take 5 to 10 deep breaths in each pose.
The Bridge Pose
Lye on your back with knees bent and your feet placed on the floor. Bring your heels close to your butt. Contract your abs muscles. Inhale, and on the exhale, rise your hips up towards the ceiling. Hold this pose for 5 to 10 breaths. Then, slowly lower down to the starting position.
From a kneeling position, bring your toes together, keeping your hips separated, and your feet under your pelvis. Sit up tall and inhale. Walk your hands forward on the floor until your forehead is on the floor, as you exhale. Hold for 5 to 10 breaths, and the slowly walk your hands back until you are upright.
Do a hands-and-knees position with your hands under your shoulders. Place your left knee it just behind your left wrist. Place it so that your knee is in front of your left hip and your left toe is near your right hip. Inhale and sit up tall. On the exhale, really slow walk your hands forward until your arms are extended until you feel a stretch in your left hip. At the same time extend your right leg behind you until it’s straight and your right foot is on the floor. Hold this pose for 5 to 10 breaths. Use your hands to return to the starting position. Repeat the same pose with your right knee.
Stand with your feet apart. Keep your left toes towards the front of the room, but open outward your left toes. Allow your legs to be straight without locking your knees. Your hips should slightly open to the right. Place your left hand down to your shin, and stretch your right arm up to the sky, while your torso is stretching towards your left foot. Keep your legs and core strong while holding this pose and breathe for 5 to 10 breaths. Release slowly and return to the start. Repeat this with your right leg forward.
Stand with your feet apart, your legs straight and your knees unlocked. Inhale. On the exhale, slowly release and bend forward, while your hands drop towards your ankles. Allow your head and neck to release and hang heavy towards the floor. Inhale. On the exhale, place your arms to a crossed position, hanging towards the floor and under your shoulders. Relax and breathe for 5 to 10 breaths. Bend your knees slightly, then slowly get back to a standing position.
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