After Work Revitalizer II

Rachel Scott
Instructor Rachel Scott
4.79643
Average: 4.8 (280 votes)
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Duration:
19
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51

Rachel's original 'After Work Revitalizer' was so popular that we decided to create part two, which is fun and lively like the first, and focuses on the neck, spine and hips.

Equipment: None
Style: Hatha Yoga

Comments

Rachel Scott 4 years ago

those darn students ;)
So glad that you enjoyed the practice..it's amazing what taking even just a few minutes to stretch can to do help us unwind! Great to hear from you :)

tzk12 4 years ago

Fantastic teacher!!! Nice short but complete practice.

Claudiarose 4 years ago

I LOVE this practice. This is perfect for when I need a good stretch. I did this today after working all day and I feel fantastic!

alissamedero 4 years ago

Rachel is one of my very favorites. I feel strong and stretched after her classes! Thank you!

nsadows 4 years ago

Your videos, and the doyogawithme website, have helped me rekindle my love for yoga. I am now pregnant again and wish there were som shorter videos on the site for the -busy pregnant mom- to safely get that yoga love like this video does. I love your style of instruction Rachel!

Rachel Scott 4 years ago

So happy that you're enjoying the classes!
In case it's helpful, I wrote a post awhile back (http://www.rachelyoga.com/2013/11/pregnancy-and-practice/) for mom to be's on practicing! Follow a few simple guidelines to shift the poses, prioritize listening to your body, and many of the classes here can be adapted. for your enjoyment. Just trust yourself first - you know best. And congratulations!!! :)

Carrigan00 4 years ago

I love this site! Is it okay to practice everyday? I used to workout using weight machines and was told to skip a day in between to give the muscles time to rest and repair. Is it the same with yoga?

David Procyshyn 4 years ago

Yes, you can definitely practice every day. Your body will tell you when you've done too much, since it will be sore a couple of days later. A little bit of soreness is ok, but if it's a lot or if it persists, your body is telling you to rest.

Take care,

David
DoYogaWithMe Founder