Thyroid YOGA


 Thyroid YOGA Series- postures to help you be the best you!



 You’re never too young or too old to reap the health benefits of yoga. 

What is Yoga:  Yoga, the Sanskrit word for “union”, is a practice that uses posture and breathing techniques to induce relaxation and improve strength. The postures incorporate physicalmental, and spiritual practices or disciplines that aim to transform body and mind. Its overall health benefits may surpass those of any other activity.

Forward Fold (Uttanasana)


Wide Leg Forward Fold (Prasarita Padottanasana)

Moving Bridge (Setu Bandha Sarvangasana)


Fish Pose (Matsyasana)


15 min. Yoga Practice (incorporates 3 of the above postures)



Yogini, Anna

Anna Hunt is a RYT200 Yoga Alliance certified instructor and a graduate of the Marianne Wells Yoga School. Her passion for yoga began nearly 15 years ago when her fast-paced corporate career was bringing increasingly more stress into her life. After 11 years of practice, she wanted to deepen her personal practice and decided to explore yoga teacher training. This brought her to Iyangar-trained Marianne Wells, who taught her that understanding her students’ individual needs will help them find a deeper peace and self acceptance.  She teaches yoga, locally at Colinas Del Sol. Find more information about Anna and her class schedule, at Atenas Yoga. She is also a writer and co-editor of Waking Times, a provocative and inspirational news blog, and the co-owner of, an online store offering healthy storable food and other emergency supplies.


*Consult your health care provider and obtain full medical clearance before practicing yoga or any other exercise program. The techniques and suggestions presented on this website are not intended to substitute for proper medical advice.  Thyroid Nation assumes no responsibility for injuries suffered while practicing these techniques. Thyroid Yoga Series is not recommended for pregnant or nursing women. Not all yoga poses are suitable for all persons. If you are elderly or have any chronic or recurring conditions such as high blood pressure, neck or back pain, arthritis, heart disease, and so on, seek your health care provider’s advice before practicing.

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