Clear your mind, soothe your soul and revitalise your body with a simple daily yoga practice.

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1.

  • Inhale, raise arms.
  • Exhale, lower arms.
  • Repeat four times.

2.

  • Inhale, raise arms.
  • Exhale, bend forward.
  • Inhale, raise arms.
  • Exhale, lower arms.
  • Repeat four times.

3.

  • Stand in a lunge position, inhale, raise arms.
  • Exhale, bend forward.
  • Inhale, return to standing lunge, raise arms.
  • Repeat four times.
  • Swap legs, repeat on other side four times.

4.

  • Stand with arms and legs wide open, inhale.
  • Exhale, twist forward.
  • Inhale, return.
  • Exhale, twist in the other direction.
  • Inhale, return.
  • Repeat four times.

5.

  • On all fours, inhale, look up in cat stretch.
  • Exhale, child's pose.
  • Inhale, cobra.
  • Exhale, down dog
  • Repeat four times.

6.

  • Lie on your back with knees to chest, hands on knees.
  • Inhale, stretch legs upwards.
  • Exhale, bring knees to chest.
  • Inhale, raise hips
  • Exhale, bring knees to chest.
  • Repeat four times.

7.

  • Alternate nostril breathing.
  • Complete four rounds.

8.

  • Chant "Sur yar... yar namaha."
  • Complete four rounds

9.

  • Sit completely still for three minutes

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