Spend a lot of time in a Cyclist’s Pose? We’ve got you a bunch of useful asanas to relax your back, shoulder, and leg muscles. Here are some exercises from our online yoga class.

This event is a part of our “Ecomobility Summer”. It is an annual Intellias project, meant to emphasize the importance of eco-mobility.

This year, we have a special Ecomobility Summer, which aims at three crucial goals: to help the Ukrainian army, to help the planet and to help ourselves.

Cresent lunge

It is a deep stretch for the hip flexors and quadriceps. It can also be a bit of a back bend if you want it to be.

Lizard pose

It is a great way to stretch your hamstrings, hip flexors, and quadriceps. Strengthening these muscle groups will help you maintain a full range of motion.

Child's Pose Arms Raised

This one will help you to focus on: Arms and Shoulders. Upper Back.

Thread the needle

The pose is a stretch that opens the shoulders and stretches the spine. This calming pose is great for beginners and advanced practitioners alike, and it can also help relieve chronic shoulder or back pain.

Bharmanasana (Side Stretch Variation)

Strengthens the arms, shoulders, elbows, wrists, chest, and back (upper, middle, and lower). It's a consistent, intensive strengthening effect on these areas. It is effective in treating flat feet. It's a core strengthening pose with moderate balancing.

Dolphin pose

Dolphin Pose strengthens and stretches the shoulders, arms, upper back, and legs. It helps bring flexibility to the spine, hamstrings, calves, and arches. In addition, it provides all the benefits of a Downward-Facing Dog, including Relief from headaches, insomnia, fatigue, and mild depression.

Stay calm and cycle on!