Video: 6 yoga poses to release tension on National Stress Awareness Day

Video: 6 yoga poses to release tension on National Stress Awareness Day

Video: 6 yoga poses to release tension on National Stress Awareness Day

As you’ve probably heard, practising yoga promotes a whole host of health benefits – from flexibility to balance and muscle tone. But yoga is about the mind as well as the body, and can be an excellent way to relieve stress.

It’s International Stress Awarness Day, so what better time to ease that uptight feeling? Lettie King, yoga instructor at MotivatePT, reveals which poses are best.

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