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http://HomeYogaPractice.com. Practice yoga at home with this “20-Minute Miracle” Home Yoga Practice. Just 20-minutes to open, strengthen, stretch, and tone t…

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  • Alison Smith 4 years ago

    I’m glad you found me too! Beginning yoga is a marvelous journey. Let me know if you have any questions or if there is anything specific you would like to learn. I’m doing a webinar about practicing yoga at home next week. If you’re interested, go to the HomeYogaPractice[dot]com. Thanks for watching!

  • SatoriElohim 4 years ago

    ♥♫♥..♥. *.♥♫♥♫.-.♥♫♥. *
    .♥♫♥♫♥.<.♥♫♥♫. * Thankoo so much for your heartfelt sharing! 🙂 Your love passion and delight in yoga and spreading of the light you are experiencing are beautiful.. 🙂 Blessings.. 🙂 This is a lovely sequence too love the pace and the flow.. 🙂 Love Long and Prosper.. 🙂 .♥♫♥.♥. *.♥♫♥♫.-.♥♫♥. * .♥♫♥♫♥.<.♥♫♥♫.

  • HomeYogaPracticeTV 4 years ago

    Thank YOU! Satori!! I really appreciate getting this response from you and I look forward to sharing more yoga with you! If you have any particular questions or practices you would like to see — send me a message! Salud!

  • Maria Stavrou 4 years ago

    creative powerful little routine 🙂

  • Fawn Mullinary 4 years ago

    Thank you, Alison!! You have a great way of guiding us through the practice, uniting the physical benefits with the spiritual essence! I like the way you recorded the narrative separately so that the video shows you focused on your flow.

  • blindinglightnings 4 years ago

    Hello! Thanks for this video. I’ve been using it most evenings and it’s a great fit for me. As I am not as flexible as you, I was wondering which end of downward facing dog is most important: strait legs with heels on the mat or strait back and chest melting into the floor? I’m confident my form will improve over time but right now my downward dog has to make some sacrifices. Thanks!

  • Oliver Scott 4 years ago

    Thank you Alison. That was a great experience. I wasn’t able to hack some of the stuff at the start, but I’ll do it again tomorrow. Look forward to it.

  • Irene Gutleber 4 years ago

    Thank you for providing a real yoga video on youtube! So many other videos don’t touch on the other aspects of yoga besides the work out, it’s great to finally find one that is a practice is a holistic sense.

  • Alison Smith 4 years ago

    Thanks for the comment Irene! I definitely love the deeper and more subtle aspects of yoga, so it’s great to hear that you appreciate them too!

  • Alison Smith 4 years ago

    Hi! Great question. I believe a LONG SPINE is the most important aspect of Downward Dog in the beginning. If you have tight hamstrings, I recommend bending your knees and then moving your hips back and up to get more length through your torso. With this adjustment, you’ll feel more free, more open, and much much lighter in your arms.

  • Alison Smith 4 years ago

    Thanks for the comment Fawn! I appreciate students like yourself!

  • Alison Smith 4 years ago

    Thank you Maria!

  • 6twistedfish9 4 years ago

    Thank you for your video! I love doing these a few times a week, my body feels stronger and more flexible since I started last month!

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