Restorative yoga takes the relaxation element of regular practice to the next level. Within a restorative yoga class you move through a number of key postures much slower, using bolsters and props to fully support your body.
Looking for the MOST relaxing yoga poses ever? There are few things more relaxing than a restorative yoga session with a supportive yoga bolster. And there are more ways to this than most people think! In this post, Here are 10 restorative yoga poses you can practice with your yoga bolster (or a stack of folded blankets or a couch cushion--be creative!) ).
Most restorative yoga practices require lots and lots of props, which can be tricky to manage when you’re trying to practice at home. But for this soothing restorative yoga sequence, all you need is a blanket to surrender into deep relaxation. Yes, that’s correct. You only need ONE prop. And not just any prop, a standard household item—a blanket! How to Relax into a Soothing
Restorative yoga is magical. It’s a simple practice of self-care that stimulates the relaxation response within the brain and the body. Use this sequence to soothe the nervous system and initiate the relaxation response. #restorativeyoga #yogasequence
This month’s sequence is an invitation to slow down and welcome ease and compassion as we come off the hectic pace of the summer months. For athletes, now is typically the time for peak races and events, and this sequence Read More