Open your hips and stretch your spine as you move toward full Wheel Pose.
The Yoga for Morning, Noon and Night DVD with Jason Crandell gives you complete yoga practices that you can do in the comfort of your own home.
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I loved the 21 day yoga challenge and revisit many of the videos weekly. I nervously chose intermediate and I could tell a big difference by the end of the challenge. I am so proud that I can now lift myself into Wheel Pose which I absolutely could not do before. My next goal is to lift both toes into Crow Pose. I found each instructor calming and informative - I played the videos on my phone and the instruction is so thorough that I hardly have to look at the video to see what is going on. I just joined the WillPower Challenge and can't wait to begin.
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