- Travel takes a toll on our bodies and minds in various forms of discomfort, anxiety and frustration
- Because prolonged sitting is a travel reality, how you sit and what you sit on matter
- When practicing breathing for relaxation, focus on exhalations like big sighs of relief
Dana Santas is the creator of Radius Yoga Conditioning, a yoga style designed to help athletes move, breathe and focus better. She's the yoga trainer for the Atlanta Braves, the Philadelphia Phillies, the Tampa Bay Rays, Tampa Bay Lightning, Orlando Magic and dozens of pros in the National Football League, National Hockey League, National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball.
(CNN)From daily commuting to globe-trotting, travel takes a toll on our bodies and minds in various forms of discomfort, anxiety and frustration. Whether you battle travel-induced backaches, a fear of flying or are prone to road rage, you'll benefit from these five yoga-inspired ways to decrease tension and increase comfort.