Yoga for Beginners:Shoulder Stand Pose
01/20/2010 | 12:00 AM
Even mild-to-moderate summer heat can raise your average body temperature. In turn your body works overtime, sweating out the heat, and often leaving you feeling exhausted. In the warmer months, make the switch from cardio to yoga. Yoga both strengthens the body and disciplines the mind, and techniques like the shoulder stand pose are actually cooling and restorative. This pose also conditions the heart, strengthens the shoulders and improves circulation. Try the shoulder stand pose every morning at 7 AM for five days straight to experience the substantial benefits of initiating - and sticking to - a yogic routine.
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