10 Minute Yoga For Excellent Posture

This is a strengthening corrective yoga for posture sequence designed specifically to strengthen your back muscles, pull your shoulders back, and teach body awareness of grounding, good posture and an aligned spine.

If you get sore at all, which you might after working new muscles, then try this gentle routine on sore/stiff days to relieve tension and get blood flowing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8EKSXVFO85c

Yoga for Neck & Shoulder Tension: http://youtu.be/sQrgxYi10B0

Week 1 – Practice this video every day
Week 2 – Practice this video 5-7x/week
Week 3 – Practice this video 5x/week
Week 4 – Practice this video 3x/week
Practice 1-3x/week after to maintain excellent posture


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