Yoga for Reproductive Organs

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Yoga can be a great way to improve the strength in your body's reproductive organs. See yoga tips for reproductive organs with help from a yoga expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Jennifer Parker, Owner and Director of Fluidity Dance and Yoga. And today, I'm here to show you some Yoga poses that help reproductive organs. Begin your Yoga routine to improve reproductive strength, start in Hero's Pose with a nice tall spine, with your hips on your heels, your shoulders down, your stomach in. Inhale bringing your palms down to the mat and stretching out as you exhale into Child's Pose, shoulders down, neck long. Inhale up on the hands and knees and as we exhale, we look up, lifting the left leg for Sunbird Pose. Inhaling as we hold that core nice and strong, lift the right arm as we exhale. Inhaling bringing both the arm and the knee down, as we exhale to lift the right leg up. Inhaling lift the left arm up now, keeping the right arm nice and strong along with the left knee, holding the stomach in. Inhaling to drop the knee and the hand down and as we exhale pushing back our hips on into our heels for our Child's Pose. Inhaling to roll through the spine, as we exhale to bring our legs out in the front of us. We'll inhale sitting up nice and tall with our feet flexed and as we exhale, we'll fold over our legs, trying to find a diagonal forward fold for a flat back. We'll inhale sitting up nice and tall, bringing our fingertips towards us as we place our hands behind us; as we exhale to push our hips up into our Upward Plank. We'll inhale and as we exhale coming down flexing the feet. We'll inhale bringing the hands high above the head; as we exhale to point the toes, full forward fold over the knees. We'll inhale sitting up nice and tall and as we exhale, we'll circle our hands around, bringing the feet back under us as we go back to our Hero's Pose, ready to begin the routine again if we'd like. Now that you know some Yoga poses to help your reproductive organs, I encourage you to go out there and expand your practice and learn other poses to add to your sequences. I'm Jennifer Parker with Fluidity Dance and Yoga. Namaste.


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