Calming Restorative Yoga

Satiya Channer
Instructor Satiya Channer
4.891305
Average: 4.9 (46 votes)
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Duration:
63
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This wonderfully calm and restful full-length restorative yoga class is perfect any time of the day, particularly if you are looking to calm your nerves, recover from intense activity or deepen your yoga practice. Satiya begins with pranayama, then moves through a series of restorative yoga poses the help release the spine, lower back, legs, chest and shoulders, including spending some time with legs up the wall.  Tutorial: learn how to make a bolster at home.

Equipment: Strap, Bolster, Blankets
Style: Gentle Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yoga for Anxiety Stress

Comments

ylda 3 years ago

Incluso para una persona de habla no inglesa, es una clase muy fácil de entender. Mucha calma, reduce al máximo el stress. Ha sido perfecta porque había tenido un dia agotador y he salido de savasana...como nueva. Namasté

Yogandar 3 years ago

Thank you for this, it was truly what I needed. Didn't feel like 60 minutes, and afterwards I felt open/calm/aware of my breath. Again, many thanks.

muslimmommy 3 years ago

Amazing. So relaxing and yes, restorative. Thank you for sharing this practice.

Christine Morgan 3 years ago

Thank you so much for a terrific class. The poses were easy, relaxing, and restorative but had just enough stretch in them to make my overexercised muscles feel warm and tingly. I've recently started a new strength training routine and this class was just what I needed to recuperate.

I did have a little trouble getting up on the wall with a bolster under my bottom. I ended up giving up and just removing the bolster. I'm not sure what I was doing wrong, or if maybe I wasn't supposed to be as close up to the wall as I'm used to for wall poses ... ?

David Procyshyn 3 years ago

Yes, it's great that you both did that. Some people prefer to have their hips on the ground, so it's great that you honored what your body was telling you.

mrswright2015 3 years ago

I ended up just removing the bolster entirely. I like that better when I'm using a wall for legs up the wall.

mrswright2015 3 years ago

WOW! This practice was fantastic. I did this today because I'm recovering from DOMS after trying kickboxing for the first time, but I now have a new favorite to add to my Saturday night restorative yoga times. Thank you!