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7 Best Yoga Poses for Two People 

Are you looking for beginner-friendly yoga poses for two people? Partner yoga is an exciting way of bonding two people together through play, movement, touch, breath and trust. It enhances intimacy and stronger communication between partners.

Whether you do it with a lover, friend or family member, yoga is certain to enhance your strength, stability and flexibility. Besides, it is effective in reducing stress, toning muscle, enhancing breathing, etc.

If you want to enjoy yoga’s full benefits with a companion, perhaps you should consider performing yoga. Of course, be ready to open up to your partner and trust them to keep you comfortable and safe during the sessions. 

While there are plenty of yoga poses for two people, we’ve taken our time to choose partner yoga poses that are easy to execute. These are great poses for those starting or those in the intermediate level. Are you looking to bond with your partner through couples yoga? Here are ten yoga poses for couples you should consider. Learn more

Top 11 Tips on Dealing with Loneliness

We all experience loneliness at some point in our lives — maybe you just moved to a new neighbourhood, you’re under quarantine, or you’re breaking up with your lover. People of all ages can get lonely, not just the elderly. In fact, according to the Signa loneliness’ survey, people between 18 and 22 are lonelier than any other population. This is the generation that spends most of their time on the phone, and you’d think they are satiated and never alone. 

Tchiki Davis – the author of Outsmart Your Smartphone: Conscious Tech Habits for Finding Happiness, Balance, and Connection IRL, found that the more you spend time online, the more you feel disconnected. It’s, therefore, understandable why generation Z is the lonelier than any other group. Learn more

12 Reasons for A Digital Detox (MUST READ)

How many hours do you spend  away from the technological screen? You probably spend most of your time on screen,right?Technology is running the world today, and it’s hard to stay away from a smartphone or computer. These devices have become part of us that we feel naked when we’re not around them.

As much as there are a lot of  benefits that come with interacting with technology, getting engaged overly with the digital world is toxic. It’s not good for the brain, and you need a break. Or in other words you need  digital detox. Learn more