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Yoga harmonizes body, mind, and spirit is also excellent for reducing anxiety levels and attitude towards life in general. This change of attitude marked by awareness and the practice of carpe diem has a healthy impact on the quality of the relationship. Through the practice of yoga as a couple also reduces the wall of the ego to create a team spirit.
Practicing couples yoga is also a very positive tool to have a better command of body language and have more effective communication with the couple. As well, yoga as a couple also brings self-esteem and self-confidence. Because physical contact is a source of health and well-being. Being in touch with the person you want through a practice like yoga also helps you feel more loved.
On the other hand, yoga not only unites you spiritually with your partner, but it also helps you solve problems in intimacy such as erectile dysfunction, pain during intercourse, or inability to feel orgasms. Also, yoga ends with the distance or resentment that develops in the relationships of couples that have many years together. That is, it ends with the negative energy to reconnect the couple so that they feel comfortable in the intimacy.
You definitely need one no matter what, but as a plus-sized individual, we highly recommend you one. Since it can be hard to hold the positions, and your joints may be in pain, you will need some extra cushioning for your yoga time.
Many people equate plus-size yoga with stretching and not really getting your heart going. Depending on the type of plus-size yoga you are going to do, you need to keep yourself hydrated. Despite popular beliefs, a plus-size yoga class can be a very demanding physical activity, so in this case, be sure of the intensity of the class you are about to do and drink water enough before and after the class to keep your body in the perfect state of hydration.
Plus-size yoga can and will be uncomfortable at first, but it should never hurt. If you are finding that it is hurting too much to do certain stretches and positions, skip them or do what you can. With practice, you will get better.
In Yoga there are no limitations of age, sex, or physical condition, so anyone can practice this discipline.
You can modify some positions in plus-size yoga to make them easier for you to do. As your abilities as a yogi develop and progress, you may need to begin modifying poses. Slight alterations on certain asanas will increase the challenge and allow you to further improve your flexibility and strength. Asana modifications can help tailor yoga to what your body needs at any given time.
Don’t feel defeated if you can’t do some stuff. It’s OK! Try to remind yourself of what you are capable of and not what you aren’t.
Again, this does not have to cost a lot. We recommend a great (not just good!) sports bra if you are busty. Many of the positions in yoga call for you to bend forward and a good sports bra will keep your (ahem) “ladies” in place.
While you should not feel bad about not being able to do certain positions, you should also not deny yourself a challenge. Keep trying harder positions. You will get more flexible over time.
These are great for helping each other achieve a goal and they allow you to support each other while trying to do some more challenging positions.
Laying down, we’ll rest our hands on the ground at the level of the armpits and the forearms perpendicular to the ground, at the same time that our forehead will also touch the ground. Now, we will slowly raise our forehead, nose, and chin, while we breathe and arch our shoulders and back up. The hips and legs will always be in contact with the floor.
Begin in Downward Facing Dog. Bring your right knee forward between your hands and come into Pigeon pose. Rest your right hand on your right knee and bend your left knee. Flex your left foot and bring your left hand under your foot and try to grab onto your toes. This is the tricky part. So, you need to flip your left elbow up to the ceiling, so your toes are pointing straight up and your fingers are pointing down.
From here, you can arch your head back and reach your right hand over your head to hold onto your left toes. If it’s easy, touch the top of your head to your foot. So, stay here for at least five breaths and then release your hands and place your palms on either side of your right knee. Straighten out your left leg behind you and tuck your toes. Then press into your palms and step your right leg back, coming in Down Dog. Then bring your left knee forward and try this pose on the other side.
Come into Dandasana (Plank Pose). Slowly shift your weight on the right arm and foot as you swing your left arm and foot on it. Rest the left foot on the right foot and let the left armrest on the hip. The right hand should be a little in front of the shoulder and not exactly below it. Also, ensure that the palm is pressed firmly against the floor and the arm is not bent.
As you inhale, slowly raise your left arm till it is perpendicular to the floor with fingertips pointing towards the ceiling. Now turn your neck towards the raised arm and gaze at the fingertips for a few breaths. As you exhale, bring the arm down to rest on the hip. Slowly come back into Dandasana and rest for a few breaths. Repeat the process on the other side.
Prepare to come into Urdhva Dhanurasana (Wheel pose). Lie on your back, bend your knees, and place your feet near your bottom, hip-distance wide. Inhale and reach your arms overhead. Bend your elbows and place your palms next to your head, fingers pointing toward your feet. Exhale and push into your hands to bring the crown of your head to the floor. Inhale and push your hands and feet into the floor to lift into the Wheel pose. Exhale and lower your head to the ground. Lift your heels to bring your forearms to either side of your head. Clasp your hands together.
Walk your legs away from you. Bring the big toes together to touch. Extend the chest. Stay in Upward Facing Two-Foot Staff pose for several breaths. Walk your feet in slightly. Place your palms next to your head and push back up into Wheel. Exhale and lower first the crown of the head and then the whole body to the floor.
Start by lying on the floor, knees bent and heels close to the glutes. bend your elbows and spread your hands on the floor beside your head, forearms in line with the floor, and the fingertips pointing towards the shoulders. Prepare by pressing your feet into the mat, on an inhale, draw your mail to the spine, firm the glutes and lift your hips.
Then, keep your thighs parallel to one another, firmly press into your hands and on an exhale press yourself up and off the mat (straightening your arms and turning inner thighs slightly inward). Spread the shoulder blades across the back and relax the neck. Shift your weight into the left foot. On an exhale, bend your right knee, bring it into the toro, and on an inhale, reach through the ball of your right foot and begin to extend the leg towards the sky.
Continue to lift your chest and hips and find length through the spine. On an exhale slowly please the right foot to the mat and repeat with the right leg. Now, slowly release completely out of the pose by bringing the crown of the head to the mat first, and then the rest of the body.
All these positions for overweight women are easy to practice, but you must accompany them with adequate breathing since it provides energy and harmony. In Yoga, there are no limitations of age, sex, or physical condition.
Keep in mind that some postures can cost more work to do, do not despair, the first step is to have patience. As you get more flexibility, you can improve. Remember to eliminate junk food and carbonated drinks from your diet, change it for salads and fruits. The practice of plus-size yoga translates into a healthy body inside and out.
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