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  • More women are rolling out yoga mats at home
  • More women are rolling out yoga mats at home
    Matt Madd (2014) ©
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More women are rolling out yoga mats at home

Not sure you’re getting your downward dog right? Scared your crane pose is a little wonky? What if you’re getting the shoulder stand all wrong? Yoga is rife with questions like these for beginners, so perhaps it’s no surprise that more and more yogis-in-training are easing into it from home. 

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