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February 25, 2012

Yoga Poses That Will Help You Fight Depression

Yoga can improve your mental health--this video shows you some of the poses you can do to improve your mood.

yogaLori Massad of Total Wellness in Austin, Texas, demonstrates the yoga poses that have positive effects on a person's mood and can even help individuals fight depression. Don't worry about the poses being complicated because this routine features poses that are especially made for beginners. Start with the simple poses, and eventually you can try other, more complicated ones. To learn these poses, watch the video below.

 

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