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Yoga for Beginners: Start Slow, Feel Great

By: Julie Sammarco, Editor,

Beginning an exercise regimen can be difficult. Sometimes, you just don't know where to start. Other times, you think it'll just be too difficult for you to do. We play the "I'm too old for that" game, the "I'm too out-of-shape" game, or blame past injuries for not leading a physically fit lifestyle. Well, if you're interested in starting an easy exercise regimen that will take you slowly through a step-by-step plan, you'll want to keep reading.


Yoga for Beginners: Start Slow, Feel Great serves as a comprehensive intro guide to the most popular yoga poses and sequences. These are poses everyone can do, even if you've never done yoga before.


Start with these easy yoga poses:

Seated yoga poses: Grounding and calming, these poses provide some of our deepest muscle opening and twisting.

Butterfly: Lean forward slightly, so you can feel your "sit bones" on the ground.

Seated Two-Leg Forward Bend: With knees either bent or straight, keep your chest long and open as you come forward

Seated One-Leg Forward Bend: Sit with your knees close to your chest, and extend one leg straight out.

Seated Straddle: Sit with knees close to your chest.  Using your hands on the floor behind you for balance, lengthen your legs evenly apart to both sides.

Pigeon: From a low lunge, lift or walk your front foot over so the ankle is behind your opposite wrist.

Lotus: Sit in a cross-legged position. Ease your right foot on top of your left thigh, gently pulling your heel toward (pictured below).

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