Sinuhé Navarro

Sinuhé Navarro

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The No-Equipment Workout!

All you need is a wall to firm every square inch. So lose the equipment (and the excuses). Do these moves three times each week on interchange days, and be prepared: They’re hard. In any case…

Place two blocks at the lowest height next to the mid-upper ribcage below the armpits. Place the hands on the blocks with the fingers flat on the block rather than curled over the edge. (This will help stretch the underside of the forearms)

Place two blocks at the lowest height next to the mid-upper rib cage below the armpits. Place the hands on the blocks with the fingers flat on the block rather than curled over the edge. (This will help stretch the underside of the forearms)

Relieve Hand Arthritis and massage therapy workout for hands

Arthritis Remedies Hands Natural Cures - Relieve Hand Arthritis and massage therapy workout for hands Arthritis Remedies Hands Natural Cures

Excited to announce the ⋙☽AERIAL YOGA ♡GΔDDΣSS MOON CHALLENGE☽🦄 Starts THIS SUNDAY! #aerialmoongoddess ⭐️Make sure you JOIN THE TRIBE ABOVE ^^^ Winners will be announced through email! Check out our pose tutorial belo…

Do this challenge from New Moon to Full Moon and journal how you feel! Hashtag This challenge will run from New Moon to Full Moon! ✨To be eligible for prizes: Post new pict…

DETAIL + DEPTH | This next pose is Malasana with a chair. Its purpose in the sequence is to strengthen the arm to leg relationship. To enter Astavakrasana, it is common to start seated and bring the upper arm under the leg, as if taking Eka Pada Sirsasana, Eka Hasta Bhujasana, or any of the Leg behind the Head poses. Depending on one's body proportions, one may need to side bend to shorten the torso to do this. As well, hug the legs into the body to strengthen the adductors and the…

DETAIL + DEPTH | This next pose is Malasana with a chair. Its purpose in the sequence is to strengthen the arm to leg relationship. To enter Astavakrasana, it is common to start seated and bring the upper arm under the leg, as if taking Eka Pada Sirsasana, Eka Hasta Bhujasana, or any of the Leg behind the Head poses. Depending on one's body proportions, one may need to side bend to shorten the torso to do this. As well, hug the legs into the body to strengthen the adductors and the…