Beginner Flexibility Routine: SHOULDERS // Yoga Stretch to Increase Shoulder Flexibility [20-min]

By | September 22, 2020

This 20-min beginner flexibility routine will help you to increase flexibility. This is a yoga routine for shoulders, so if you’re feeling tight, stiff, and sore in those shoulders; set aside 20-mins to stretch, relax, and relieve tightness.

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The shoulders get very inflexible for most of us due to our sedentary lifestyles, sitting at a desk, stress, and even emotional turmoil. Did you know that the body stores stress in the shoulders? These long-hold yoga poses for beginners will help you to open up tight shoulders, get flexible, relax, and release stress!

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