How To Do Yoga On An Airplane

 
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It’s been said that 'sitting is the new smoking’. If that’s the case, then being trapped in an airplane seat for hours isn’t ideal for our bodies. 

I love to move about the cabin when I fly. It’s important to keep your body limber and active, avoiding that unpleasant numbness feeling from being stuck to a seat. If traveling for business, I want to arrive at my destination feeling fresh, in both body and mind. 

That’s why I like yoga. And who said you can’t try it at 35,000 feet? Luckily for me, today I’m flying in a first class suite using points. This gives me plenty of room, and being a long-haul flight, plenty of time too. 

Okay, time for some yoga moves… 

 

First, clear and ease the mind…

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Stretch out…

 

Up dog…

 

Down dog…

 

Time for some lunges…

 

Try a shoulder stand…

 

Stretch those arms…

 

If only I had an instructor onboard… 

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Okay, relax you made it. Time for a nap… 😊 

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