A Travel-Balancing Yoga Sequence from Yoga for Bad People

Yoga for Bad People founders Heather Lilleston and Katelin Sisson travel like it’s their job (because it is). Here, they offer YJ readers their favorite poses to balance out the body after getting off a plane.
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Yoga for Bad People founders Heather Lilleston and Katelin Sisson travel like it’s their job (because it is). Here, they offer YJ readers their favorite poses to balance out the body after getting off a plane.

Yoga for Bad People founders Heather Lilleston and Katelin Sisson travel like it’s their job (because it is) and have partnered with EDITION Hotels to produce a series of “in-room fitness amenities” available in all of the brand's properties (Miami, London, New York, Sanya). Here, they offer YJ readers their favorite post-plane poses to balance out the body.

All the sitting, heavy bags, slumping, and waiting around travel involves can leave the body tight. The psoas, lower back, shoulders, chest, hamstrings, and joints often all need a refresh. Since we regularly dash around the globe leading Yoga for Bad People retreats, we’re very familiar with the effects of travel. Here are some of our favorite poses to reset the body and mind after a flight. Taking even a few short moments to focus specifically on opening up the areas of the body most affected can give you that initial energy boost necessary to fight jet lag and fatigue.

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A yoga-based company emerging from the combined visions of Katelin Sisson and Heather Lilleston. Yoga For Bad People seeks out locations around the world that lend themselves to quiet time and reflection as well as a multitude of physical activities, athleticism, and nightlife. Their retreats provide a combination of the traditional yoga retreat with time for other activities.