15 Minute Back Bending Yoga Routine for Flexibility

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Backbends in yoga can be very healing. The poses in this backbending yoga routine will strengthen your back, lengthen the muscles in your chest and psoas, and give you time on the mat to practice opening up and letting go. (open me!)

As a result your posture will improve, your confidence will shine and your back may start to heal! Practice 3x a week with Core Routines and Twisting Practices on the others days for a balanced backbending home practice.

Core Routine: http://youtu.be/DsZ4Xwz7o5M
Twisting Practices: http://youtu.be/4sngIx7FVHA

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