• Joséphine Cousin - Yoga Instructor and Ambassador

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    How did you first discover your love for yoga?

    I discovered yoga thanks to my mother who had been practising it and meditation for years. At first I was only going to really sweaty power yoga class and was not really a fan of the more.

    What sets yoga apart from other fitness disciplines?

    Yoga is not a fitness discipline. It is so much more than that. The asanas (physical postures) are only one of the eight pillars of yoga. With asanas you will gain in flexibility, strength and mobility. But it is only the tip of the iceberg: you learn to slow down, to connect with your breath and your body, to listen to your body. Yoga is a lifestyle and a mindset, it is about living your authentic life. In yoga you must put your ego aside. Yoga does not have the competitive aspect that other fitness discipline have, your sole focus should be yourself and not others.

    How has yoga improved your life?

    Yoga has improved my life on so many different levels. Apart from the physical benefits (I am more flexible and strong), it has taught me to slow down, connect with myself. I am a bit hyperactive, always doing a thousand different projects. I did not listen to my body telling me I needed to rest. I also used to be really anxious and impulsive and through my yoga journey I have learned (and I am still learning) to put things in perspective.

    How often do you practice yoga?

    I try to practice yoga everyday. When I say practice yoga I do not mean a one hour class plus a meditation. Even 10 minutes of yoga every morning can really shift your whole day. 10 minutes before bed or when coming home from work can really help wind down. Which is why, on my instagram page, I offer quick energizing morning flows to start your day feeling relaxed and energised or to unwind after a long day of work.

    What advice would you give to someone thinking of trying yoga for the first time?

    I would say to go for it and be kind to yourself. Some students might feel a bit frustrated at the beginning because they are not able to do every postures and variations. Which is why it is vital to let the teacher know you are a beginner so she/he can help you adapt the postures to your body. Yoga should always be adapted to the practitioner and not the other way around.

    If you are interested in getting into Yoga, Sundried's kit is suitable for beginners as well as seasoned athletes. Shop our Gym and Yoga Collection today. 

    Tell us something unusual we may not know about you:

    I am not just a yoga teacher but also a Law student, I just passed the bar exam. I LOVE yoga but I love having multiple activities. I think yoga can and must be made accessible to everyone, even those with very busy jobs.

    Do you follow a specific diet plan?

    I do not really believe in diets. I am plant-based so obviously I am a strong advocate for eating lots of fruits and veggies and eating less animals products, for environment and health reasons. However, I think the diet culture (calorie counting, restrictions) has had negative impacts on people's mental and physical health. I believe that a balanced diet should be delicious in order to last long-term.

    How do you keep your knowledge up to date?

    Learning more about Yoga is a never ending journey. I sign up to various workshops and follow modules on specific aspects of yoga. I can really nerd out when it comes to yoga.

    Why work with Sundried?

    Ahimsa is a principle in yoga which basically means do no harm. For me this principle can be implemented in our daily lives, in various ways, for instance not harming our planet. The fashion industry is the second largest pollutant after the oil industry. Sundried is sustainable and ethical brand whose products last long-term. I have been using (a lot) their yoga mat for 4 years now. It is still intact and has not frayed yet, as opposed to some of my other yoga mats.

    What is your favourite fitness quote?

    My favourite yoga quote is more of a saying really: the posture is not goal. Being able to do the splits and handstands is not the goal of yoga. When practising yoga, you learn to put your ego aside and to appreciate your body for its abilities, to make peace with yourself.The true goal of yoga is to attain a state of bliss and peace.

    To hear more from our ambassadors and get free tips on workout plans and more, connect with the Sundried Personal Trainers on our app.

    Posted by Aimee Garnett
  • Yvonne Davies - Yoga Instructor and Ambassador

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    When did you start your fitness journey?

    Fitness has always been a part of my life. My first memory of running was winning my medal at the village Gala Day when I was 4! 

    My favourite win was winning gold at the 4 x 100 m Scottish relay championships at Meadowbank Stadium in Edinburgh. Our team was incredible and I loved kicking off the bend and getting my team in the lead and watching my team mates accelerate away from all the other teams. 

    What do you do for your fitness?

    I have a daily yoga and meditation practice that sets me up for the day. Having a regular yoga and meditation practice really helps me to be the best version of myself. It also helps me perform better when I am playing golf. I also love mountain biking and running.

    How long have you being doing yoga?

    I have been practicing yoga for over twenty years. I am a qualified teacher having spent 3 years training with Yoga Scotland in Hatha Yoga and Meditation. I also gained my Forrest Yoga teaching qualification in Bali, Indonesia and I am an Aerial Yoga teacher too. I teach at events all over the UK and run international retreats. 

    If you are interested in getting into Yoga, Sundried's kit is suitable for beginners as well as seasoned athletes. Shop our Gym and Yoga Collection today. 

    What’s your proudest achievement?

    My proudest achievement is my award winning online health platform, Yoga Warrior Online. This makes yoga, meditation and relaxation accessible to busy working people. It empowers people to look after their own mental and physical wellbeing and the feedback from my subscribers is truly incredible and it is why I do what I do.

    What are your goals?

    To continue to be the best that I can be in everything I do whether I am teaching yoga or tackling a challenging mountain bike trail. 

    How do you overcome setbacks?

    I overcome setbacks by taking a step back and reflecting. I take time to breath, learn from the setback and push onwards. We always learn from experience whether that is good or bad. We can always use this to keep striving forward.

    Who inspires you?

    My dogs Bongo and Archie inspire me. They are lurchers so are very fast. They run to the best of their ability and then they have nothing left! They then spend hours being lazy and snoozing. They are a great reminder to me that we need a balance in life. As much as we all want to train hard, we also need to rest and my dogs are great at that!

    Why work with Sundried?

    I am delighted to be a Sundried Ambassador because I have finally found a brand that works with athletes and the environment. We need to look after each other and our planet. I love that Sundried is an ethical company and stands by what they say. They are aware of their carbon footprint and also have an eco-range that is made from recycled fabrics. Representing a company that gives back to the community is super important to me too. Their work with Water for Kids and Surfers Against Sewage are two super important initiatives. 

    To hear more from our ambassadors and get free tips on workout plans and more, connect with the Sundried Personal Trainers on our app.

    Posted by Aimee Garnett
  • Sally Talbot - Yoga Instructor and Ambassador

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    How did you first discover your love for yoga?

    In 2000, I was diagnosed with M.E. a chronic and debilitating illness. It took many years for me to recover fully. It was an illness that left me house bound and often bed ridden.

    In addition to nutritional changes (ones I still adopt to this day) Yoga played a huge part in my recovery. I found a local class and attended when I felt well enough. This weekly class gave me an insight into the importance of mindfulness and movement and what a powerful combination that can be when practised appropriately. As my health improved I became more curious about this ancient practise. I embarked on a 3 year Teacher Training Course with The British Wheel of Yoga. My passion for Yoga was ignited the moment I sat on my mat all those years ago, despite my ill health.

    What sets yoga apart from other fitness disciplines?

    The word “Yoga” means to unite. During a yoga class and by having a regular practise of Yoga we aim to unite both mind and body. This is achieved through posture work (asana), breathing exercises/awareness (pranayama), meditation (dharana) and relaxation techniques (yoga nidra). Yoga in essence is the ability to quieten the mind by working on all of the above principles. Unlike many other fitness disciplines, when practising Yoga, being competitive with either yourself or others is strongly discouraged.

    How has yoga improved your life?

    Yoga not only improved my life, I will always credit the practise for giving me my life back. Yoga allowed me to have a life. I learnt the meaning of listening to my body. I discovered tools we can use to quieten the mind. I started to understand how important the act of breathing is for our mental and physical well being. I cannot underestimate how important this practise has been in my life and continues to be. The philosophy of mindfulness that I learnt through this practise underpins everything I do both on and off the mat daily.

    How often do you practise yoga?

    I have a daily morning practise which includes mobility work, breathing and meditation.

    What advice would you give to someone thinking of trying yoga for the first time?

    You do not have to be flexible to practise Yoga. You just have to come on to your mat and breathe. Find a teacher you feel comfortable with and choose a practise that makes you feel good. If you don’t enjoy your first class, explore others. Find a teacher who offers you an experience you feel comfortable with. There are many different styles of Yoga. Some offer more breath work. Others will be more physical. Find a class, a style and a level that you enjoy.

    If you are interested in getting into Yoga, Sundried's kit is suitable for beginners as well as seasoned athletes. Shop our Gym and Yoga Collection today. 

    Tell us something unusual we may not know about you.

    I have an identical Twin Sister.

    Do you follow a specific diet plan?

    Yes. I don’t eat meat. I haven’t done so for over 20 years. I rarely eat fish. I am mainly plant based. I drink milk alternatives such as almond, oat and soya. I do enjoy a homemade cake post long cycle ride or run though, but tend to avoid sugar as much as possible. I also avoid processed food. Preferring to eat seasonally and healthily. I adopted this method of eating in order to support my recovery. For me personally, it works. I don’t advocate this specific dietry plan but I do encourage everyone to find foods that make them feel well. Foods that nourish them. And in that discovery, become more mindful of where the food comes from.

    How do you keep your knowledge up to date?

    I am a member of the British Wheel of Yoga. They are the UK governing body of Yoga in the UK and who I trained with. They offer fantastic training days, extra modular courses and In Service Training Days. Pre covid I have enjoyed Yoga Retreats in the UK and abroad with well known and respected Teachers in the industry. I hope that these will one day resume. Until then, it’s making the most of on line learning, reading resources and being part of the Yoga community via The British Wheel.

    Why work with Sundried?

    I am firm believer that how we treat the planet is equally as important as how we treat one another. At Sundried I have found a brand who shares this belief. Not only are their products built to last, they are created ethically and sustainably including a range of active wear made from 100% recycled plastic. I am also supporting a company that wants to give back to the community. This is demonstrated in the support to Water For Kids and Surfers Against Sewage. They are a brand that offers so much more than high quality, great looking clothing. And I am thrilled to be part of the team.

    Favourite fitness quote?

    Progress not Perfection.

    To hear more from our ambassadors and get free tips on workout plans and more, connect with the Sundried Personal Trainers on our app.

    Posted by Aimee Garnett
  • May Ling Perry-Foo - Yoga Instructor and Ambassador

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    How did you first discover your love for yoga?

    Wanting to release tension from my back and shoulders, I was told yoga might be a good way to address that. So there I was at my first yoga class ever and after 90 minutes I felt amazing. As I continued to practice more regularly to primarily release physical tension, I got absolutely hooked to it because I noticed how my body became stronger and flexible, and I always felt so much better after class. As my practice developed, so did my love for yoga and the only regret I have is that I didn’t discover yoga sooner!

    What sets yoga apart from other fitness disciplines?

    There’s something for everyone! Yoga can be calming and relaxing, but it can also be sweaty and challenging... and all the aforementioned at the same time! While yoga can be done as a single way to keep fit, it’s also a great way to complement any other fitness regime, not only to build strength, but also focus.

    How has yoga improved your life?

    Yoga has mostly taught me confidence. Through yoga I discovered that I’ve got a level of strength within me, both physically and mentally, that I didn’t even know was there. Also, yoga was what kept me sane when I was working in my previous corporate career in market research and consulting, eventually making me realise my purpose in life was not to be working on research projects, but to be sharing the magic of yoga with everyone!

    How often do you practice yoga?

    Every day! 

    What advice would you give to someone thinking of trying yoga for the first time?

    Go for it! There’s so many styles of yoga, be open to try out various styles and classes to see which ones work for you.
    Go into a class without expectations, keep an open mind and focus on what you’re feeling, rather than how you look. Listen to your body and don’t feel the need you have to do every single pose.

    And most importantly: breathe!

    If you are interested in getting into Yoga, Sundried's kit is suitable for beginners as well as seasoned athletes. Shop our Gym and Yoga Collection today. 

    Tell us something unusual we may not know about you:

    I love horror movies, especially the cheesy slashers from the eighties. Probably not something you’d expect from a yoga teacher!

    Do you follow a specific diet plan?

    I start every morning with some warm lemon water, and throughout the day I keep myself hydrated with water and green tea. I try to include as much fruit and veg into my meals every day to complement the steaks and burgers I enjoy so much!

    How do you keep your knowledge up to date?

    I attend additional yoga teacher trainings and listen to podcasts. I keep a collection of reference books around anatomy and class sequencing, and also continuously read up on the science and history behind yoga. And lots of self-practice, trying out poses and transitions to experience them properly so I know how to guide my students accordingly.

    Why work with Sundried?

    My aim is to keep yoga accessible to anyone who’s interested. Sundried offers clothing that is affordable, yet still maintains high quality with consideration of the environment. This proves you don’t need to spend a fortune to be able to keep yourself supported, comfortable, and looking good while keeping yourself fit and staying kind to the planet.

    Favourite fitness quote

    “Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.”

    To hear more from our ambassadors and get free tips on workout plans and more, connect with the Sundried Personal Trainers on our app.

    Posted by Aimee Garnett
  • Kein Equipment Home Workouts für alle Altersstufen und Fähigkeiten

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    Holen Sie sich Ihre tägliche Bewegungsdosis mit Home-Workouts, die nichts als Motivation erfordern, um sie fertig zu bekommen. Egal, was Ihre Ziele oder bevorzugte Methode der Bewegung, wir wissen, dass es etwas für jedermann. Dieser Leitfaden enthält auch eine allgemeine Aufwärm-und Abklingzeit, die vor und nach jeder hohen Intensität oder Stärkung des Workout, retrospektiv getan werden sollte.

    Alle folgenden Workouts umfassen Anpassungen, Progressionen und Regressionen, um allen Fähigkeiten gerecht zu werden.

    Bitte beachten Sie, dass dieser Leitfaden offizielle Namen von Übungen/Bewegungen enthält. Wenn Sie mit dem, was eine Übung mit sich bringt, zu kämpfen haben, dann haben Sie-Tube einige großartige Tutorials, wie sie ausgeführt werden. Geben Sie einfach den Namen der Übung ein, um eine Demonstration zu finden.

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    10 Minuten vor dem Training aufwärmen

    Üben Sie jede Übung für 60 Sekunden aus.

    1. März an Stelle
    2. Sprungjacks
    3. Butt-Kicks
    4. Bergkletterer
    5. Hohe Kicks
    6. Side-to-Side-Squats
    7. Alternierende Seitenlunge
    8. Große Armkreise
    9. Hüftkreise
    10. Schütteln Sie alles aus

    10 Minuten post-workout cool down

    Üben Sie jede Übung für 60 Sekunden aus.

    1. Alternative Seite Zehenkontakt
    2. Leimdehnung auf jeder Seite
    3. Quad-Strecke auf jeder Seite
    4. Seitenbiegestrecke auf jeder Seite
    5. Über-Kopf-Trizepsstrecken auf jeder Seite
    6. Brust-Kreuzarm-Schaukel

    Workout 1: 10 Minuten Ab Blast

    Je nach Fitnessgrad können Sie zwischen 30 Sekunden pro Übung und 30 Sekunden Ruhezeit, bis zu 50 Sekunden pro Übung mit 10 Sekunden Ruhezeit wählen.

    Übung

    Regression

    Progression

    Plank

    Drücken Sie den Penner bis zur Decke, um eine V-Form zu erzeugen

    Rocking plank

    Seitenplanke mit einer Armstütze

    Gleichgewicht auf dem Knie und nicht auf der Seite des Fußes

    Gleichgewicht auf einem Bein

    Langsam tote Bugs mit alternativem Arm zum Bein

    Nur 1 Arm oder Bein zu einer Zeit verlängern

    Halten Sie die Erweiterungen für 5 Sekunden

    Langsamer Vogel/Hund

    Nur 1 Arm oder Bein zu einer Zeit verlängern

    Halte in Verlängerung für 5 Sekunden

    Langsame aleknas

    Nur die beiden Schenkel oder beide Arme gleichzeitig verlängern

    Halte in Verlängerung für 5 Sekunden

    Langsame Fahrradbahn mit beiden Beinen über dem Boden

    Halten Sie ein Bein auf dem Boden

    In getuckter Position für 5 Sekunden halten

    Langsames Bein erhöht

    Beugen Sie die Beine

    Bei einem Hüftlift an der Spitze des Beins aufziehen

    Querfeldbörner

    Gehen Sie auf die Knie

    Die Geschwindigkeit erhöhen

    V-Sitzhaltung

    Füße auf dem Boden

    Beine begraffen und weiter zurück lehnen

    Knie zum Ellenbogen in Hochplanken

    Gehen Sie auf die Knie

    Spider-man-Push-ups

    Workout 2: 10 Minuten Glute Aktivierung

    Je nach Fitnessgrad können Sie zwischen 30 Sekunden pro Übung und 30 Sekunden Ruhezeit bis zu 50 Sekunden pro Übung mit 10 Sekunden Ruhezeit wählen.

    Übung

    Regression

    Progression

    Squats mit einem einzigen Puls am unteren Rand

    Den Puls entfernen

    Halten Sie sich in einer Squat-Position und einem Puls

    Alternativer Beinrücklauf mit einem einzigen Impuls am unteren Ende

    Den Puls entfernen

    Halten Sie in einer Rückwärts-lunge-Position und -Puls

    Alternative Beinseitige Einfahrt mit einem einzigen Puls am Boden

    Den Puls entfernen

    Halten Sie in einer Seitenlunge Position und Puls

    Alternative Beincurtsy in einen Seitenauftakt

    Den Seitenkick entfernen

    Machen Sie es schnell und federleicht

    Pfahlschnab mit alternativer Ferse erhöht

    Entfernen Sie die Ferse

    Halten in Position mit Heels erhöht

    Alternative Bein-Glute-Brücken-Märsche

    Glute-Brücke halten

    Ein Bein für die Hälfte der Zeit und dann gegen andere Bein tauschen

    Seitliche Muscheln, die Hälfte der Zeit, die für jedes Bein ausgegeben wird

    Liege auf dem Rücken und lasse abwechselnd die Knie an die Seite

    Fügen Sie eine Band um Ihre Knie

    Der Seitenschenkel erhöht das gehoben Arbeitsbein, die Hälfte der Zeit, die für jedes Bein ausgegeben wird

    Zurück zur Ruhe nach jeder Erhöhung

    Halten Sie Bein hoch und Puls

    Donkey Kickbacks, die Hälfte der Zeit, die für jedes Bein ausgegeben wurde

    Alternative Beine

    Halten Sie an der Spitze des Kick-und Pulses

    Feuerhydrant, die Hälfte der Zeit, die auf jedem Bein verbracht wird

    Alternative Beine

    Halten Sie sich an der Spitze der Bewegung und des Pulses

    Workout 3: 20 Minuten HIIT Session

    Schließen Sie jede Übung für 35 Sekunden ab und nehmen Sie 12 Sekunden Ruhe, bevor Sie auf die nächste Bewegung wechseln.

    Wiederholen Sie die gesamte Sequenz 4 x.

    1. Eintauchen
    2. Burpee crunch
    3. Plank Jack Hop
    4. Schritt zu springen Squat
    5. Pop-Buben
    6. Triceps drücken zurück

    Regression: Nehmen Sie bei Bedarf 30-60 Sekunden zusätzliche Ruhe zwischen den Sets.

    Progression: Erhöhen Sie die Arbeitszeit, reduzieren Sie die Ruhezeit, oder beides!

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    Workout 4: 45 Minuten Ganzkörperverstärkungssitzung

    Übung

    Sätze

    Reps/Zeit

    Anpassungen

    Squats

    4

    15x

    Bandage um das Knie, gewichtet, einbeiniges Bein, Exzenter oder Springen

    Ups

    4

    10x

    Auf Füßen oder Knien, gewichtet, schmal, exzentrisch, Steigung, Untergang, Dreieck, oder einzelner Arm

    Einzelbein RDL auf jedem Bein

    4

    15x

    Gewichtet, exzentrisch, oder heben Sie das Knie

    Trizeps-Dip

    4

    10x

    Gerade oder gebogene Beine, gewichtet oder exzentrisch

    Bulgarische Split-Squats auf jedem Bein

    4

    15x

    Gewichtet, erweitert oder exzentrisch

    Verlängerte Plankenschulter

    4

    10x

    Auf Füßen oder Knien, breite oder schmale Haltung, Einzelbein

    Glute-Brücke

    4

    15x

    Banded, gewichtet, exzentrisch oder ein Bein

    Super Mann mit Armverlängerung

    4

    10x

    Gewichtet

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    Workout 5: 30 Minuten Untere Körperverstärkungssitzung

    Übung

    Sätze

    Reps/Zeit

    Anpassungen

    Squats

    4

    15x

    Bandage um das Knie, gewichtet, einbeiniges Bein, Exzenter oder Springen

    Pulse in Squat-Position

    4

    20x

    Bandage um die Knie oder gewichtet

    Vorwärts-, Seiten-und Umkehrlunges auf jedem Bein

    4

    15x

    Gewichtet, exzentrisch oder springen

    Wand unterstützt sitzen und halten

    4

    60er Jahre

    Bandage um die Knie oder gewichtet

    Schritt-ups auf jedem Bein

    4

    15x

    Gewichtet, kniegehoben oder explosiv

    Single-Bein-Stehen-Kalb

    4

    20x

    Gewichtet oder nicht unterstützt

    Workout 6: 30 Minuten Oberkörper-VerstärkungSession

    Übung

    Sätze

    Reps/Zeit

    Anpassungen

    Ups

    4

    15x

    Auf Füßen oder Knien, gewichtet, schmale Haltung, Exzentriker, Steigung, Niedergang, Dreieck, oder einzelner Arm

    Inchworm

    4

    10x

    Auf Knien oder Füßen

    Trizeps-Dip

    4

    15x

    Gerade oder gebogene Beine, gewichtet oder exzentrisch

    Side Triceps Seite schieben auf jeder Seite

    4

    60er Jahre

    Gewichtet, exzentrisch oder einarm

    Rocking plank

    4

    15x

    Gewichtete, einarmige oder einzelne Bein

    Schulterblatt-Reps

    4

    20x

    Gewichtet



    Workout 7: 30 Minuten Vinyasaa Yoga-Sequenz

    Bevor Sie mit diesem Workout beginnen, stellen Sie sicher, dass Sie einen komfortablen, flachen Platz zum Einsatz haben. Verwenden Sie eine Yogamatte, wenn Sie einen oder nur einen weicheren Boden haben. Wenn Sie eine Yoga-Matte kaufen möchten, kaufen Sie das umweltfreundliche Angebot von Sundriedhier.

    Startmeditation (10 Minuten)

    In einer sitzenden Position, schließen Sie die Augen und falten Sie die Seiten Ihrer Zunge nach innen für Sitali Pranayama (Cooling Breath). Inhalieren Sie durch die gerötete Zunge wie ein Strohhalm. Schließen Sie den Mund und atmen Sie durch die Nase, indem Sie einen "ha" -Ton in der Rückseite Ihrer Kehle kreieren. Konzentrieren Sie sich auf Ihre Atmung, und versuchen Sie, Ihre Gedanken von Ablenkungen zu halten. Wiederholen Sie diesen Zyklus für mehrere Minuten.

    Yoga-Sequenz

    Pose

    Zeit

    Atmung

    Sitzende Katze-Kuh Pose

    1 Minute

    8-10

    Sitzende Halbmond-Pose

    1 Minute

    8-10

    Sitzende Wirbelsäule

    1 Minute

    8-10

    Sitzend mit Mudra

    1 Minute

    8-10

    Katze-Kuh

    2 Minuten

    16-20

    Nach unten gerichteter Hund

    (adho mukha svanasanna)

    1 Minute

    8-10

    Niedriger Lunge

    (ajaneysanna)

    1 Minute jede Seite

    8-10

    Einbeiniger König Pigeon Pose

    (eka pada rejakaKaliana)

    1 Minute jede Seite

    8-10 jede Seite

    Wilde Sache

    1 Minute jede Seite

    8-10 auf jeder Seite

    Krieger II

    1 Minute auf jeder Seite

    8-10 auf jeder Seite
    Warrior II-Variante

    1 Minute auf jeder Seite

    8-10 auf jeder Seite
    Kinder posieren

    (balasana)

    2 Minuten

    16-20
    Brückenpose

    1 Minute

    8-10

    Abschlussmeditation (5 Minuten)

    Verlängern Sie beide Beine und liegen Sie bequem auf dem Boden und drehen Sie die Handflächen auf. Drücken Sie den Hinterkopf in den Boden, während Sie tief einatmen und sich darauf konzentrieren, in der Gruppe zu versinken. Schließen Sie bei einer Ausatmung vorsichtig die Augen und erweichen Sie. Beobachten Sie den Atem, während Sie die Vorteile dieser Praxis absorbieren.

    Über den Autor: Laura Smith ist eine Athletin, die seit 2017 Botschafterin in Sundried ist.

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