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Learn Yoga With Office Yoga for Android
Are you tied to a chair and computer 40 hours a week without being able to move much? Did you know that this can possibly bring you back and headaches, cramps, even some work related injuries like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Well, XDA member Davidandroid developed this app to relieve people from these kinds of issues. Office Yoga does exactly as its name suggests. It is a very comprehensive guide of Yoga exercises that you can perform in the confines of your office without the need of any extra equipment (mats, balls, etc).
The app is free and it will guide you through everything with a very nice and soothing background music for you to enjoy your work week a bit more. If you find any bugs, please make sure that you report them.
Office Yoga is a health application for Android users with nine sets of easy yoga movements, which you can practice for relaxation and refreshment.
Working at the desk all years round leads to arthritis and vertebra diseases. Lack of exercise further causes various health problems such as bad blood circulation, decreased immunity, etc.
With yoga stretch poses specially designed for office workers, this app does help to relieve your backache, arthral and vertebra pains. It can further prevent and cure certain occupation diseases. Office Yoga provides images and instructions showing how to do, functional-pages and tips used for learning more. Practicing whenever and wherever you like, you will suddenly feel refreshed from a tiresome situation.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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