When I’m not at the gym or playing a sport, I like to stay active while finding balance for my mind, body and soul by practicing yoga. It’s a wonderful way to stretch and relieve those achy muscles, especially a day or two after an intense workout. Whether you’re a hardcore athlete, dancer, housewife or couch potato, you need to remember to stttreeetttchhhh.

fay hokulani yoga stretch

Practicing yoga keeps me steady in times when I feel unbalanced or stressed. It keeps me happy and opens up my thoughts to more positive ones.

The best part is, it’s an exercise you can do almost anywhere – by your desk, in the living room, or any outdoor area with a serene view. All you need is your body and a yoga mat!

Hold a stretch

Mornings are perfect for yoga. Even if you’re only able to squeeze in ten minutes of yoga or stretching before going about day, your body will benefit so much from it. It will not only prepare your muscles for the day, but the slow increase in heart rate also allows your body rejuvenate itself.

fay handstand

I’ve always wanted go on a road-trip with the pure intention to find beautiful places and surroundings where I can practice outdoor yoga. That’s definitely in my bucketlist this year!

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  1. I have to ask, unrelated to this post…
    I know weight training three times a week is good. The thing is instead of doing the full body workout I want to focus on certain groups for at least an hour three times a week. I’ve read that free weights are better but, I don’t feel comfortable enough to do that yet. Are normal weight machines fine or am I wasting my time?

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