If you’re at all tuned into to celebrity wellness culture, you’ve probably heard about this new anti-aging exercise called “face yoga.” Face yoga works by targeting specific muscles in the face to tone and strengthen, therefore keeping the skin on top plump and firm. Recently, it’s been made popular by a number of A-listers like Meghan Markle, Madonna, and Jennifer Aniston! Face yoga is a much healthier alternative to traditional anti-aging methods like Botox or facelifts, and best of all it’s totally free. If you’re ready to try some face yoga on your own, take a look at the guide below from Rory.
If your job involves any desk time, you can likely relate to the slumping posture, back pain, leg stiffness and brain fog that often accompany prolonged sitting at your desk. You can easily integrate yoga into your workday in subtle ways that won’t freak out your coworkers (and you don’t need to have pretzel-like flexibility to realize these exercises).
Here are 5 techniques most anyone can do right at their desk:
Stretching before bed is one of the best ways to release that built up tension and get the best night’s sleep you’ve had in a while. Most people know to stretch before and after exercise, or in the morning to energize themselves, but there’s actually a ton of reasons to stretch before bed as well.
Posting up at a desk for eight or more hours a day can do a real number on our bodies. Extended sitting not only has prolonged health risks, it can make you feel stiff, achy, and uncomfortable in a matter of hours. The good news: Yoga can help. By incorporating a few yoga poses into your daily work routine, you can stretch out the muscles that get tight and sore with all that sitting—no mat or form-fitting pants required.
Yoga doesn’t have to be limited to a studio. Incorporate these poses into your workday to help prevent the aches and pains that often accompany a 9-to-5 desk job. Read on to learn how.
Joint pain can make it difficult to perform everyday tasks or exercise. However, regular movement is necessary to keep the joints healthy. Yoga, an ancient practice, may be the ideal exercise to prevent and treat the modern epidemic of joint pain. It’s gentle and low-impact, and it promotes circulation, strengthens the muscles around the joints, increases flexibility, and improves bone health. Keep reading to learn how yoga can help you keep your joints healthy, mobile, and pain free.