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Yoga at Your Desk
Sitting at a computer in a cramped office cubicle can make for quite a stressful day. Hours of typing can put your neck, back and legs in a strain that can cause muscle cramping and tension headaches. Thankfully, you don't have to succumb to the painful all-day grind of your cubicle without relief. Try a little yoga at your desk to melt away the strain and keep muscles from cramping during after your work day. You'll also find that a little yoga at your desk will calm your mind and help you focus better on your work.
There are many different relaxing yoga poses that can be performed right at your desk. Many of the poses work to reduce the chances of developing carpal tunnel problems as well as long-term spine, neck and joint disorders. If you are experiencing tension at your desk, try spending 5 minutes, several times a day doing gentle yoga stretches.
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Online Desk Yoga
One of the best ways to get in some desk yoga breaks is by following a free online desk yoga guide. You won't even need to leave your computer to benefit from a quick stretch that will keep you energized and supple all day long. Once you get in the habit of taking several yoga breaks throughout the day, you might find that some of the tension-related aches and pains you've been dealing with have suddenly melted away. Here are some online resources to add to your favorites bar of your web browser for a quick desk yoga break.
Here is an animated desk yoga routine that you can do right along with the instructor at your desk. You'll fight carpal tunnel and stretch out your back, neck and arms with these quick stretches.
Choose an upper body or lower body desk yoga routine for a cubicle or office space. This is a great way to rejuvenate and stretch your body during a long day at the office. The workout is animated and very easy to follow.
Go ahead and take a little break with 10 quick office yoga stretches that can be done in a small office space.
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1. Everyday Yoga: http://www.mydailyyoga.com/yoga/everyday_yoga.html
2. MSN Yoga at Your Desk:
3. Ladies Home Journal: Yoga at Your Desk: http://www.lhj.com/health/fitness/yoga-at-your-desk/?page=1