(gentle upbeat music) Yoga is a great way to get the most out of your run. Here’s a few things that I do. Before you leave, take a minute to set an intention. Why are you running today? And, how do you wanna feel after your run? Now, let’s take some time to warm up.
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Hello everyone! Welcome to Cosmic Kids. I’m Jaime and this is your place for yoga, stories, and fun. It’s easy. Just copy the moves I do and enjoy the adventure. Now, we always begin in the same way and that’s by sitting on our bottoms crossing our legs and bringing our hands together at our
Hello everyone, welcome to Cosmic Kids. I’m Jaime and this is your place for yoga, stories and fun. Now we always begin in the same way, and that’s by sitting on our bottoms, crossing our legs and bringing our hands together at our hearts and saying our secret yoga code word, which is Namaste. Ready?
(gentle music) – Yoga’s a great way to warm-up before you hit the slopes. Start warming up with a little flow. Eagle arm stretch. Inhale, reach your arms overhead, exhale, wrap your right arm underneath your left and clasp your palms. Inhale, reach your finger tips up high, exhale, pull your elbows towards your belly,
Hi, I’m Mike Rugnetta. This is Crash Course Mythology and today we continue our discussion of heroes and heroism. This time we are looking at a hero king. Rama, whose story is told in one of the core texts of the Hindu tradition. That’s right we’re discussing a living religious tradition, Thoth and I would
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