The Fatigued Yogini: 7 Poses to Help You Get that Energy Back

Posted by Carolina on March 21, 2014

Everyone experiences low energy at some point or another; and most of the time the antidote is as simple as a good night’s sleep or strong cup of coffee. But what about when that doesn’t do the trick?
Yoga has been shown to have a wide variety of health benefits in relation to chronic pain conditions, anxiety, stress, depression, and insomnia. Why not benefit from the incredible healing yoga offers even when the issue may be as simple as having stayed up too late watching the newest episode of that must-see show?
To get your body and mind back on the path to your most energized and revitalized self, check out the invigorating poses below!

Camel Pose

Camel Pose (Source: YogaOutlet.com)

A full body stretch that will rejuvenate the body and spirit.

 

Warrior I Pose

Warrior I (Source: YogaOutlet.com)

An uplifting pose that releases stress by stretching and opening up the torso, arms, and pelvis.

 

Triangle Pose

Triangle Pose (Source: YogaOutlet.com)

A blissful side stretch that calms while reenergizing.

 

Chair Pose

Chair Pose (Source: YogaOutlet.com)

A pose that can be done almost anywhere at anytime, the chair pose stretches and strengthens the back, legs, and hip flexors.

 

Mountain Pose

Mountain Pose (Source: YogaOutlet.com)

A simple but powerful pose that calms and enlivens, mountain pose does your body and mind a world of good, whether you’re in the middle of your practice or just taking a moment to center yourself on a busy day.

 

Eagle Pose

Eagle Pose (Source: YogaOutlet.com)

A rejuvenating pose that relieves stress while improving balance, this pose is great for that extra dose of energy and poise.

 

I don’t know about you, but I feel better already! To find out more about yoga and the props and accessories that help you practice with the utmost comfort and ease, visit us at BarefootYoga.com.

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