Should do 5 yoga stretches after a rejuvenating, however demanding trek

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A trek yoga can be all things fun and adventure! It can also be about soaking in the eye-soothing sights and sounds of nature. Although climbing and walking through mountains may be interesting and enjoyable, it can also be physically strenuous. Does that imply that we should abandon our plans to go on a trek? Clearly not! Instead, we may attempt some yoga stretches after the hike.

You can tell whether you’ve had a successful day of trekking if your legs are fatigued. However, it’s time to think about a post-trek recovery routine if you’re dealing with stiff glutes, muscle exhaustion, or some form of tension in your feet, knees, hips for days on end.

Certified yoga instructor Shynee Narang took to her Instagram page to suggest some yoga stretches that you can try post trek to release tightness in any part of your body. Come, let’s take some tips!

1. Yoga stretches to release tension from feet

If you’re a hiker, you know that having painful, sore feet after a trek, or some strain in the feet is quite common. Although occasional foot pain or soreness is to be expected, but when it persists for days or weeks after the trek, it may be necessary to look into the issue or take some action. Looking for ways to reduce body ache, here you go!

Some stretching exercises that you can try if you have tension in your feet:

Point and flex the feet

* Your knees should be straight while you sit on the ground with your legs out in front of you.

* If your hamstrings are feeling tight, lean back even further while supporting your back with your elbows.

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