will give you a few stretches while hiking, walking, climbing, cycling or cross country running. Geared toward the outdoor Athlete, or Amateur. The beginner or novice will find a few do-able stretches, as Ursula with Easy do Yoga is demonstrating in this beautiful scenery of Germany in early spring. Or just taking your Yoga practice outdoors while you enjoy this hiking trail up an old castle.
Hiking can also complement your yoga practice and outdoor experience: It requires both focus and stamina,
making it a powerful combination. And doing some key poses before or after you hit the trail will help prep you to maintain balance on uneven surfaces to move with fluidity and agility on the path. So practice these few poses to improve strength and stability for a safer journey. Use it for post hike to ease any tightness or discomfort. Connect with the fresh air, spectacular views, and nature. Moving over uneven trails puts your joints to a test and really narrows your focus to each step. Enjoy the stretch and deepen your connection with your body and breath as you take a Yoga break from your hike or cycling tour to appreciate the sights, smells, and sounds around you. Stretching your hamstrings chest, hip flexors, lower back, neck and shoulders will enhance any outdoor activity you choose.
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