Flights, long haul or short haul, can really take their toll on your body. Not only should you stay hydrated and keep your body moving as much as you can on the flight, but you should give your body some TLC after your flight, such as by doing some yoga.
That’s where this video comes in.
I got my gorgeous friend and yoga teacher Char Holmes to create a bespoke routine that aims to target specific parts of the body that are particularly tense after flying. Not only does it target specific areas but it encourages full body movement and stretching to get the blood pumping again. This will ensure you are in the best possible form for adventure after those stationary positions.
I’ve noted the stretches in the yoga sequence below if you fancy doing them on your own, or you can flow with us in real time in the video. I’ve uploaded it without music so that you can put on your favourite tune and listen to us at the same time…
Post-Flight Yoga: A 20-minute sequence in real time…
1. Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar)
2. Thread the needle
3. Spinal Twist (Supta Matsyendrasana)
4. Legs raised against the wall (Viparita Karani)
4. Neck, chest and back stretches
5. Seated pose (Sukhasana)
What do you usually do after long haul flights to look after your body?
What are your go-to yoga positions? I’d love to know!
Love as always + happy adventuring,
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