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Yoga Studio In Singapore
3 Convenient Locations
EAST | CBD | RAFFLES PLACE
[email protected]

http://yogalab.com/

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Yoga 101 Pose Breakdown

High Lunge Pose

1. Front knee should be stacked over the ankle and not going forward, with thigh parallel to the ground
2. Back leg is strong and straight (my leg never looks straight no matter how much I straighten it!), heel should be lifted up and stacked over the ball of the foot.
3. Core is engaged and hips squared, extend the arms up above the head, softening the shoulders away from the ears.
4. Shoulders are stacked over the hips instead of leaning forward.
5. Fire up the inner thighs and glutes!

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High Lunge Pose opens your groins and hips, stretches and tones your legs, especially thighs and strengthens your knees, ankles and waist. It also lengthens the spine, thereby stretching the chest.

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T&Cs:
All packages are non-transferable and non-refundable
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Promo ends 31 July


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Yoga 101 Pose Breakdown

Gate Pose

To get into pose, ensure:

1. Hips are stacked over knee
2. Hips are stretched towards fingertips
3. Right hip slightly forward
4. Chest open
5. Gaze at hand
6. Palm facing down
7. Upper torso in line with leg
8. Knee facing Up
9. Heel aligned with knee

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Gate Pose stretches the side of the torso from the hips to the armpits, including the abdominal muscles, spine, and hamstrings. It opens the shoulders, and helps to reduce neck and shoulder tension.

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Yoga 101 Pose Breakdown

Downward Facing Dog
Try:

1. Lengthen knee pits and back
2. Heels should feel heavy
3. Broaden collarbones
4. Spread your shoulder blades
5. Push away to lift up

For tight hamstrings:

1. Bend knees and lift heels
2. Lift butt up and back
3. Focus on length of spine

Avoid:

1. Trying to ground heels and straighten legs
2. Melt chest to thighs
3. Shoulders to ears
4. Short stance

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The benefits of a Downward Facing Dog includes

1. Stronger hands, wrists, low-back, hamstrings, calves and Achilles tendon
2. Decrease in back pain by strengthening the entire back and shoulder girdle
3. Elongated shoulders and shoulder blade area
4. Decrease in tension and headaches by elongating the cervical spine and neck and relaxing the head

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Yoga 101 Pose Breakdown

Knees Chest Chin

1. Start from all fours or table top position
2. Lean forward
3. Arch back
4. Bend elbows and continue to lean forward until you place your chin and chest on the mat

Alternatively:
Engage legs and bring knees off the ground

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Knees-Chest-Chin increases the flexibility of the spine and neck while opening the chest. It also helps to strengthen the arms, shoulders, legs, abdomen, and back.
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