Good Moves for Good Health

Good Moves for Good Health

Tried yoga? We think it’s a great way to maintain the good health of your mind and body, and have been featuring weekly yoga poses on Facebook that explore this ancient form of exercise. We chose each pose to inspire your own yoga experience and help you discover the good feeling that comes naturally in the flow of every movement.

If you’re new to yoga, be sure to check with your doctor before beginning. This form of exercise can be challenging and can really make you sweat! But if you do, you could always give our new Tom’s of Maine Naturally Dry antiperspirant for women a try. It’s the first antiperspirant stick made entirely from ingredients derived from nature and it’s clinically proven to keep you fresh and dry without any artificial fragrances or preservatives.


Comfortable and peaceful, the Sage is known as “Bharadvajasana” in Sanskrit. It’s a basic pose that’s good for stress, soothes lower back and neck tightness, and helps digestion.


Poised and focused, the High Lunge is known as “Ardha Mandalasana” in Sanskrit. It’s a basic pose that’s good for strength and stamina, and enhances flexibility in the hips, hamstrings and shoulders.


Light and buoyant, the Crow is known as “Bakasana” in Sanskrit. It’s an intermediate pose that improves balance, draws on core strength, stretches the back and groin, and strengthens the arms and wrists.


Exhilarating and joyful, the Low Lunge is known as “Anjaneyasana” in Sanskrit. It’s an intermediate pose that opens the heart and chest, stretches the groin and legs, and strengthens the lower back.


Balanced and strong, the Grasshopper is known as “Parsva bhuja Dandasana” in Sanskrit. It’s an advanced pose that opens the hips and thighs, stimulates abdomen organs, and helps digestion. This pose is only for the experienced yoga student.