Rounded shoulders are an all-too-common postural misalignment resulting from working at desks, driving, texting, or spending time on your phone or tablet. Gaia’s collection of yoga for shoulders videos includes online classes to stretch, strengthen, and improve mobility and range of motion in your shoulder muscles and joints. Build the shoulder strength vital to take your arm balance yoga practice to the next level and to find the shoulder stability for both common yoga postures and more advanced yoga postures such as handstand and forearm stand. Beyond yoga, building shoulder strength and shoulder stability are essential for your day-to-day life. Your shoulder provides the base of movement for your entire arm, so whether you are lifting heavy weights or picking up your child, it is essential to have healthy shoulder muscle activation. Shoulder strength is important for longterm health and Gaia’s yoga videos for shoulders can help build the power you need to stay strong. Strong shoulders, as well as your arms, chest, and upper back muscles, improve your posture and allow you to stand up straight. Explore Gaia’s collection of vinyasa, hatha, and fusion classes for shoulder strengthening. Another major factor in having healthy shoulder is facilitating shoulder mobility and flexibility. We need shoulder mobility to maintain healthy range of motion in everyday tasks as well as in yoga practice. Discover newfound flexibility in your shoulders through Gaia’s online yoga videos that can help you build into both simple yoga postures and advanced yoga postures such as compass pose and birds of paradise pose. Shoulder mobility is important for maximizing the function and performance of your upper body. Tight shoulders can link to tension headaches, migraines, discomfort, and poor posture. Explore Gaia’s collection of therapeutic, yin, restorative, vinyasa, and hatha classes for shoulder mobility. As with any yoga practice, move gently and mindfully with your yoga practice. If you have any concerns about the health of your shoulders, please consult with your doctor.

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