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  • June 1, 2021

    New Members’ Area App & Giveaway! – Release Announcement

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    Man Flow Yoga is launching a brand-new Members’ Area and APP on Monday, June 7! To help launch the new app, we’ll also be hosting a giveaway with 130+ winners! All who enter the giveaway will also receive an exclusive offer for significant savings on the new Members’ Area and App. Join the giveaway by clicking here today!! (Winners announced DAILY!)

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  • April 23, 2021

    How to get Rid of Tech Neck: Yoga Poses & Stretches

    How to get Rid of Tech Neck: Yoga Poses & Stretches

    It’s a problem that plagues the modern world. We see it everywhere from homes, bus stops, parks, work, and even hiking trails. What am I talking about?… “Tech neck” or “Text neck,” a term coined for the common position we find ourselves in while looking at our phones, tablets, or computers, resulting in neck and shoulder pain, stiffness, and soreness. I’m sure even now as you read this, you’re in that position (head forward, shoulders rounded, back hunched), but how do we alleviate the symptoms, prevent it from happening, and what are the best exercises for it? That’s what I’m...

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  • April 13, 2021

    How To Use Yoga Blocks: For Beginners & Inflexible Guys

    How To Use Yoga Blocks: For Beginners & Inflexible Guys

    When you’re new to yoga, it might seem strange that there are only a few tools for your practice – a yoga mat, yoga blocks, and sometimes a strap. It’s obvious you stand on a mat, but what do you do with blocks? Surprisingly, they’re actually used for a lot. Yoga blocks are props or tools used for three things: making poses more accessible, acting as a cue or support, and adding extra resistance for developing strength. I’ll cover more below! If you don’t already have some yoga blocks, you can get some HERE. Do I Really Need Yoga Blocks?...

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  • April 8, 2021

    How to Clean & Disinfect Your Yoga Mat

    How to Clean & Disinfect Your Yoga Mat

    How Dirty Is Your Yoga Mat? The simple answer is… pretty dirty. Yoga mats absorb and store all the sweat, oil, dirt, and grime they’re exposed to during your practice. If you’re practicing in a studio this includes strangers’ grime from the floor. If you’re practicing at home, then pets, children, and just your own body are going to deposit grime onto your mat. Not to mention, dirty mats can become a source of microbial growth, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi. There’s nothing worse than unrolling your mat for yoga time and realizing it’s kinda gross. That’s why I’m sharing...

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  • March 24, 2021

    Standing Forward Fold Yoga: How to, Common Mistakes, & Modifications

    Standing Forward Fold Yoga: How to, Common Mistakes, & Modifications

    The standing forward fold is one of the most common and widely practiced yoga postures around, and there’s good reason for it. It’s a great hamstring stretch, mildly stretches the calves, and teaches the body to hinge at the hips. So what’s so complicated about it? Don’t you just fall over to “touch your toes”? No, performing a GOOD forward fold is a little more complicated than that. A vast majority of people treat the forward fold as a passive low-back stretch, but that’s how you end up injured. That’s why I’m here to teach you how to actively engage,...

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  • February 23, 2021

    How to Do Downward-Facing Dog for Beginners: Step by Step

    How to Do Downward-Facing Dog for Beginners: Step by Step

    Downward-facing Dog is one of the most quintessential and recognizable yoga poses in the West – and for good reason. It’s great for stretching the calves and hamstrings, properly aligning the spine, improving shoulder mobility, and strengthening your hips, back, and core. However, there’s one major problem. Most people do Downward Dog incorrectly. The majority of yoga instructors and participants perform this pose with stretching as the focus, where you reach your heels down and push into the ground with your hands. That’s okay at best. But if you really want to reap the major benefits and get DEEPER into...

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