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Resistance flow: The muscle-firming sequence that also melts away stress

Being ‘strong’ has many connotations, but one thing is true; if you’re looking to improve your stamina, posture and reduce your risk of injuries, having strong, toned muscles is key. This powerful resistance flow does all of that and it will leave you feeling deeply relaxed. You will experience a sequence of poses that first firm and tighten the muscles and then relaxes them. By releasing that tension the body also relieves pent-up stress and anxiety, leaving you feeling relaxed and calm.


This is a great flow to start your day, or why not try making it the first thing you do after work, to mark the end of the working day? The key time to exercise for aiding in a good night’s sleep is 4 to 6 hours before bed, so if practiced then, these feel-good moves won’t just strengthen your muscles, they’ll also prepare your body and mind for a stress-free night’s sleep.

Djilani Sprang-Purperhart

Djilani Sprang-Purperhart

Connecting people with themselves, as well as with others, is one of Djilani’s main goals. He has a degree in medical-anthropology and sociology and is inspired by Raja and Kemetic yoga, Tantra and martial arts. Djilani has developed an unique method that focuses on people finding their inner path to personal growth in both body and mind. He believes in the power of breathing (pranayama) and self-examination (swadyaha) and enjoys being surrounded by loved ones and eating a heavenly piece of homemade vegan apple pie. One of his favorite contemplations is based upon the question: ‘why travel when I’m already home?’