Got a desk job?
Most of us who have desk jobs spend hours sitting in front of a computer. It's a part of modern life and all that comes with it. Unfortunately sitting like this has lots of negative impacts when it comes to our posture and overall wellbeing.
While we can't avoid it, we can make some basic adjustments and practice some simple stretches that should help us undo some of the damage that sitting for 8 hours a day can do.
1) Try and sit with your feet flat on the floor, knees in line with your hips and bent at a right angle.
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Marilyn Monroe: Yoga Superstar
Not only did Marilyn Monroe crank out inspirational wisdom, but she also got her yoga on. Seems like the spirit of Marilyn is in the air as we've seen lots of Marilyn yoga photos floating around the internet the past few days.
Did you know that Marilyn learned yoga from Indra Devi, who many consider to be the "The First Lady of Yoga"?
At any rate, Marilyn Monroe was a yogi!
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I’m a fan of Jennifer
Aniston's abs and yoga.
When you combine the two in Yogalates (Yogalates Classes Dublin Tuesday &
Wednesday 18.15), it works our midsections. In this video, learn from Jennifer’s
trainer Mandy a mixture of yoga and tummy sculpting moves featuring three poses
with variations. Ditch the crunches and join a Yogalates Class NOW!!!
Click here for details
Check out below what moves Women's Health magazine are recommending for your abs.
Women's Health are recommending Yogalates moves. They say;
"Devotees develop hard-core abs, thanks to Pilates, in addition to the supreme posture and balance benefits of yoga. Learn the basics and explore the benefits with this three-move ab routine for newbies."
We have been running Yogalates classes for the past three years and numbers of students are increasing with each new term.