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[홈 요가] 요가 초급자를 위한 30분 요가 영상_ feat.다리라인을 예쁘게 | 내 친구를 위한 요가 [채영 편]

유튜브, 내 친구를 위한 요가 구독

[내 친구를 위한 요가 - 채영 편]

디자이너로 일하고 있는
20대 여성 채영씨를 위한 요가 프로그램입니다.

사회생활을 하기 전엔 필요성을 못 느꼈지만,
디자이너로 일을 시작하게 되면서 운동의 필요성을 느끼고 있다고 하네요!

하루 중 많은 시간을 컴퓨터 앞에 앉아 있다보니
바른 자세를 유지하기 힘들다고 합니다.

목과 어깨, 골반의 피로를 풀어주고
다리라인도 잡아줄 수 있는 동작들로 요청을 해주셨습니다.

날씨가 조금씩 따뜻해지는 3월부터 운동을 시작할 계획이라고
하셨으나 계획은 계획으로 끝나는 경우가 정말 많죠?
운동의 필요성을 느끼는 시점이 운동을 시작해야 하는 출발점이라고 생각합니다:)

채영씨를 위한 30분 요가 영상을 제작해봤으니,
영상을 전해주는 오늘부터 운동을 시작해보셨으면 좋겠네요!

이 영상은 채영씨를 포함해 요가를 시작해보려는 분들을 위해 제작한 영상이니
함께 따라 해 보셔도 좋을 것 같습니다.
(채영씨도 뻣뻣하다고 하네용 ㅎㅎ)

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운동이 마약???
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