Watch celebrity yoga instructor Charlotte Dodson as she teaches us Phoebe Tonkin’s fave yoga poses. By Jaymie Hooper
It’s not hard to tell that US-based Aussie actress Phoebe Tonkin is a health and fitness guru, what with her lean body and wellbeing website, Your Zen Life. With a little help from her yoga instructor Charlotte Dodson, who’s also a contributor to Your Zen Life, you could be well on your way to a toned figure with Phoebe’s fave poses.
Yoga isn’t just about the body, though, as Charlotte says, “You’ll feel stretched out, gently stimulated … and more than that, you’ll start to see life in a positive way. It will feed into all areas of your life. You will appreciate everyone in it and you will walk around with a positive and proud body and self on all levels.”
With a busy filming schedule, it would be easy for Phoebe to skip workouts. But Charlotte says Phoebe practises these three poses daily, which she demonstrates in our video (above):
1. Seat twist, to assist in balance and flexibility
2. Camel pose, to energise
3. Legs up wall (one of Phoebe’s favourites!) to relax and reenergise the body and open the hips.
THE CW ANNOUNCES FULL SEASON ORDERS FOR ALL THREE FRESHMEN SERIES: “THE ORIGINALS,” “THE TOMORROW PEOPLE” AND “REIGN”
November 11, 2013 (Burbank, CA) – The CW has ordered full season pickups for all three of its freshmen series, THE ORIGINALS, THE TOMORROW PEOPLE and REIGN, it was announced today by Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW.
“In just a few seasons, we have built a much stronger primetime schedule. Our on-air ratings are up year to year, and our digital viewing continues to grow exponentially,” said Pedowitz. “We’re excited about the creative momentum the producers have established for all three of our new series, and now our fans will have the chance to see the full stories unfold for them this season. With the additional episodes ordered, plus two new dramas and new reality for midseason, we’ll be able to continue our commitment to adding more original programming all year long.”
Season to date on-air, The CW is up 9% year to year in total viewers, up 10% among adults 18-49, and is flat year to year in both adults and women 18-34. With DVR usage and digital viewing continuing to rise, 31% of The CW’s total broadcast audience now comes from time-shifted viewing after the original airdate. 40% of The CW’s total overall audience for its season premieres this fall came from digital viewing. The CW’s digital streaming of full episodes is up 50% season to date versus last season, and the three new series picked up today see 84% more digital viewing than The CW’s new series last fall.