Whether you’re just beginning a yoga regimen and want to get to know the poses you’ll be learning in class, or want to continue to work on your practice at home, it helps to have a set of foundational poses that you can work on. Before you begin any home practice, though, make sure you warm up adequately; mobilize your joints; and do some gentle stretches before diving into a ‘routine.’ Remember to go slow. Your practice will be there waiting for you tomorrow.
Here are a few charts that you can print out and reference during your home practice courtesy of Yogadownload.com
Gentle Hatha Flow
Qi Yoga (Pages 1 & 2)
Yoga for Menstruation
Sun Salutation A Variation
For higher resolution versions of these charts, you can buy them at YogaDownload.com. Go slow, be safe, and enjoy your home practice!
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