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Practicing yoga exercises will help improve your body circulation, improved posture and increased strength. This video will ...
show you a sequence for hamstring and inner thigh exercises.
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Hamstring & Inner Thigh Exercises in Yoga For Dancers
On behalf of TVlesson.com this is Nene Ortega with NeneOrtegaBaila.com.
In this clip I'm going to show you a sequence that you're going to work your hamstring and your inner thigh. These inner thigh muscles are very important to keep our balance or we do the ochos when we do all these beautiful figures with our legs in the tango.
So let’s start and we’re in a cat position and we’re going to inhale, we’re going to exhale when we go into balance phase. We exhale, we stretch we make sure that our head is between our arms. Now, I'm going to bring my right leg forward. This way I am creating a length in this inner muscle. So I'm going to bow and come back. So I'm stretching my hamstring and stretching my thighs and I'm also working in my back. So I have a powerful standing position when I am dancing tango.
So to go back, go back into down phase; you stretch. You go in your knee and you inhale, exhale go up, inhale bring your right, exhale and stretch. Now if you want to stretch a little bit more your torso you just bring your arms back and allow your chest expand, allow your heart to be open to your connection with the Divine. So when you're dancing everything you bring is the nature of life. Go back. Now we’re going to do the other leg. You bring your left—so you have length and here.
On behalf of TVlesson.com this has been Nene Ortega, thank you for watching.