Views:2735|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:55Minutes|Likes:19|Dislikes:0 Lined up one by one behind a glass door, tiny black fuzzy heads peer out at a forbidden Nirvana. They stare at a privilege only the older and wiser among them get to experience.
Just out of reach is a sea of sweet, spongy goodness: fresh, unclawed yoga mats.
Typically, the Good Mews cat shelter in Marietta, an Atlanta suburb, with its bright walls and white volunteer-scrubbed floors, is home to 100 or so cats who lounge and chase and bat at the odd toy, all while they wait for humans to come find them and give them a forever home.
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Views:349949|Rating:4.57|View Time:51Minutes|Likes:372|Dislikes:35 Learn how to perform the downward dog, a beginner yoga pose in this video of one in a series at Expertvillage.com. See thousands of more videos at
Views:66899|Rating:4.90|View Time:33:10Minutes|Likes:1710|Dislikes:34 Yoga for Equestrians is a 33 Minute at home yoga practice designed to provide stability, strengthening and gentle release. Whether you are a horse rider or a city slicker, this session provides opportunity for core connection with mindful love for the lower back, the legs and the psoas.
In poses like modified pigeon and lizard, we’ll light up the core, stretch out the hip flexors and quadriceps, find the midline, and calm the nervous system. Remember, the breath comes first.
Hop on the mat to give your mind and body some attention. Giddy up!
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So we’re going to come into Cat and Cow pose. Beautiful to do in the beginning of your practice because it opens up the spine, it starts to move like fluidity through the spine, join the breath and the body together nicely. So it’s a nice one one to do right in the beginning.
To start you’re going to come on to all fours. Make sure that the shoulder is over the wrist. So a lot of us get in here, pitch it forward or more commonly pitch it behind. So just make sure the shoulders are over your wrist and that your knees are right underneath your hips.
And we’ll first just talk about the whole anatomy of the pose and then we’ll talk about different ways that you can use your feet to aid in this process. So first things first is Cow. And you have to think of it like an Indian cow. Like it needed to eat a meal. So it looks like this. The belly falls down, the shoulders roll back and the gaze comes up towards the sky. That’s on the in breath. As you exhale you’re going to reverse that. So you’re going to carve the belly in, puff the rib cage up and look in at your navel. Inhale, and exhale.
So you can start to add the toes. Curl the toes, even press back into the toes, gaze up and then the release the toes, press the tops of the feet down and look in at your navel. If you want to intensify this, make this more of a core, a core awakening posture, just tuck your toes under and hover your knees two inches above the floor and work the pose this way. So it’s going to be smaller, it’s going to be more subtle, but you’ll have to engage a little bit in the core body to keep yourself here.
Views:505262|Rating:4.86|View Time:7:58Minutes|Likes:4435|Dislikes:130 Learn Downward Dog yoga pose with Adriene. If you learn Downward Facing Dog properly and take my tips for finding what feels good through proper alignment and staying out of your busy mind- I promise you will eventually CRAVE this posture.
Also, Down Dog has a TON of benefits. I mean a TON. So so good! Give it a try and please let me know how your experience goes!
Read about the benefits as well as more tips for Downward Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana) at
Views:201121|Rating:4.80|View Time:2:1Minutes|Likes:581|Dislikes:24 Down Dog is one of the poses you’ll practice most in yoga classes today. While it can become a relaxing pose over time, occasionally beginners can feel pain in their wrists as a result of using too much upper body strength. In this video, Gigi offers some simple tips to help you engage more of your lower body in order to feel strong and confident in this pose.
Views:262472|Rating:4.92|View Time:8:50Minutes|Likes:2477|Dislikes:38 Learn Cat-Cow with Adriene! The Cat-Cow yoga progression is a little dance up the spine that is perfect for beginners! It also invites experienced yogis to keep finding the depth and awareness in spinal flexion. Cat-Cow is all about integration and will leave you feeling revitalized and present!
Views:105168756|Rating:3.07|View Time:31Minutes|Likes:41452|Dislikes:26156 Love Animals? SUBSCRIBE: | This dog probably doesn’t know what yoga is, but he wants to do it because his mom is. See more pets doing yoga here:
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Pup Is Really Happy To Be In His Mom’s Yoga Workout
Shorty the cat demonstrates a challenging yoga sequence in this instructional video for you and your kitty! I spelled Savasana wrong :p Music is a sound clip called Sanskrit bundled with the iMovie program.
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