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It's all about the twists

In TriYoga, we do the twist. Not just one, but lots and lots of spinal twists. We do them seated, at the wall, on the ground, in a chair, and sometimes with the help of our friends.

Twists keep the spine healthy and flexible by working to preserve spinal mobility and range of motion. Adding spinal twists into your yoga practice alleviates posture related issues, such as sitting at a desk for long hours or driving long distances. And it just feels good!

More benefits of spinal twists:

Opens energy pathways

Improves digestion

Reduces back pain

Increases circulation

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