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Hate mornings? Try these yoga workouts to wake up instantly

 

Yoga is the perfect way to start your morninga nice flow will help you wake up, stretch out your bod and keep you energized and calm all day long. The best part? You don't have to join a studio or go to a gym to do them. Simply roll out of bed, throw your hair up in a messy bun and cue up YouTube on your laptop (you can even wear your PJs...seriously!). Add one of these short and simple yoga sequences to your a.m. routine and we *promise* you won't regret it.

This super relaxing 10-minute routine will make you feel like you woke up on the beach. These poses are sure to give you a positive boost from the second you hit the mat.

If you are new to yoga, you *need* this morning flow. It's completely do-able and a great way to practice for more intense poses in the future.

Do you find yourself in a slump when you get up in the morning? Then try this wake up yoga full of ultra-energizing poses to get that blood flowing.

We all have those mornings where we over-sleep or the alarm doesn’t go off. The worst part about being in a rush is that it can be stressful and set a bad tone for the rest of our day. Here's a quick fix: This super speedy yoga routine is only five minutes so you can squeeze it in anytime. 

Sometimes we have to wake up our minds just as much as we have to wake up our bods. This yoga routine will help you do exactly that. Straight A's and fierce focus, here you come!

And if you want an *adorable* mat to do your practice on...

 

We're kind ofok, reallyobsessing over these ones from Dat Mat. Between the too-cute patterns (think: donuts, cats, even a gorg watercolor one) and the no-slip, environmentally friendly material, what's not to love? Plus, they have super sweet leggings that you can rock both on and off your mat. Yes, please!

Do you ever do yoga in the mornings? Let us know your favorite pose in the comments!

Photo credit: Instagram.

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by Emily Mullin | 1/10/2018
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