Dating yoga goddess
Jennifer Aniston takes her workout routines very seriously.
And the 48-year-old Friends vet doesn't seem to let a little knee injury get in the way of a 75-minute sweaty yoga session.
If yoga is so restorative for the seriously ill, imagine how it might help your aches and pains.
From osteoporosis to sciatica, sore backs to brain fog, yoga can help alleviate some of the most common debilitating conditions associated with growing older.
At 75, I’m living proof of this, and, touch wood, am ageing much slower than some people in their 70s.
I’ve practised yoga for more than four decades and am so grateful for the body it has given me.
The band was over her knee, not on it, suggesting the item was restricting her muscles.
Where once life looked bleak, things became so much brighter — thanks, in part, to yoga.
Another lady in her 50s came to me, weeping profusely.
Of course, if you have any medical issues, it’s always best to speak to your doctor before any new exercise regime.
And it’s vital to remember you should never strain when practising yoga — just move gently and slowly and your body will loosen with time.