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Beginner Hatha Yoga for Digestion

October 30, 2019 Melissa's Blog Posts
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Yoga for Digestion This is a short beginner hatha yoga class for digestion. My beginner yoga classes focus on simple, easy to follow hatha yoga poses, with step by step instructions and lots of modifications. These beginner classes are actually for beginners and will not leave you frustrated because they are too hard or difficult […]

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Beginner Diaphragmatic Breathing for Digestion

September 12, 2019 Melissa's Blog Posts
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Breathing for Digestion This short beginner diaphragmatic breathing class for digestion will activate your parasympathetic nervous system known as your rest and digest. It will help you avoid constipation, acid reflux and IBS. It will balance your alkalinity and reduce inflammation. It will detoxify your body by supporting your lymphatic system. Your diaphragm separates your […]

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Breathing Exercises, Digestion, and How to Grow Taller with Yoga

August 1, 2019 Melissa's Blog Posts
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breathing exercises This past month I listened to a Ted Talk by Max Strom called Breathe to Heal. This Ted Talk had quite an impact on me and in a moment, I will tell you why. Max Strom is just as gentle and as kind as he is in his Ted Talk. I know, because […]

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6 Things That Happen When You Breathe Through Your Nose

July 8, 2019 Melissa's Blog Posts
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Breathe Through Your Nose Breathwork is the hottest thing right now, from Wim Hoff to Buteyko the trend continues to be on the rise. Nose breathing, both inhaling and exhaling through your nose is recommended by Dr. Buteyko for conditions such as anxiety, asthma, digestion, immunity, and sleep disorders. But why is nose breathing so […]

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