Twist and Detox
This sequence by Kathryn Budig, from the Yoga Journal To Go podcast series, is designed to cleanse your body and clear your mind with poses that will heat and create space in the body, aiding in digestion and mental clarity.
To practice alongside Kathryn, join her as she models in Jason Crandell's Yoga for Well-being DVD.
The exercise instructions and advice presented in this video are designed for people who are in good health and physically fit. They are not intended to substitute for medical counseling. The creators, producers, participants, and distributors of Yoga Journal disclaim any liability for loss or injury in connection with the exercises shown or the instruction and advice expressed.
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Thank you!! Great sequence!! I love Kathryn!
Wonderful sequence. Couldn't help but notice how in Uttanasana the models hips were behind, not in line with the legs. And in plank, the mid section/bum area were lifted. Other than that, it is a sequence that I will definitely use.
I love all these videos, but I wish there were no sounds afterwards (i.e. during credits). I don't want to get out of Savasana to turn it off, and I find it distracting. Overall, though, thanks for sharing the yoga!