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Daytime Restorative Flow

Beginner I

This is such a beautiful, relaxing flow through a series of very gentle, calming restorative poses. Filmed on the beach with drifting sailboats and kayaks passing by, this class is a must! Note: You will need a bolster, a couple blankets and a block to do this class.

Equipment:
  • Block
  • Bolster
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MaryRose Metcalfe
MaryRose Metcalfe
August 9, 2020
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I did some shoulder and neck poses with David and this restorative felt great after that. Thanks again.

MaryRose Metcalfe
MaryRose Metcalfe
May 5, 2020
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The amount of blankets in my yoga basket keep on growing Tianne and I continue to use these often. I have a stubborn running injury that I am trying to heal and restorative keeps me feeling positive about my healing.

MaryRose Metcalfe
MaryRose Metcalfe
April 11, 2020
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Thanks Tianne. I love how you suggest extra blankets in your restorative practice. It really adds a new lawyer of comfort for me and I will come back to this video and make use of my blankets more often.

MaryRose Metcalfe
MaryRose Metcalfe
January 22, 2020
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Just what I needed this afternoon. I love the use of extra blankets where it may be necessary for each and every body.

I purchased a bolster recently and I totally get how useful it is. I also use a eye pillow when I’m on my back and really helps my mind relax. Your calming voice is a great asset to restorative yoga Tianne,

sng4ever
sng4ever
August 10, 2019
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Each pose was nice however it is a "disconnected" practice and you need to pause the video or be ready with blankets, bolster, and a block before you begin. I would say these are little vinettes? Nice but disjointed. A relaxing and calming practice.

Druidcat497
Druidcat497
July 12, 2018
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I've never tried this before and I was a little stiff and achy when I started the class. Now my joints are relaxed and smooth and I feel as though I had the best night's sleep. Feeling wide awake and relaxed!

beth4jp
beth4jp
March 9, 2018
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Healing from Adrenal Fatigue and this was wonderful. We need to rest and restore our bodies more like this everyday and unplug from our stressful world. Thank you for this.

beccawatson
beccawatson
August 22, 2015
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I struggle with hyperalertness and have been told it can't be cured. However, this yoga and other restorative practices have really helped me. Thanks!

Kcaudad
Kcaudad
December 21, 2014
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This was basically 40 minutes of laying down with 416 posed throughout. It was not good for 'daytime' and I didn't benefit from this video.

christiankennedy
christiankennedy
October 1, 2014
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This was a wonderful reintroduction to restorative yoga. Tianne's voice was calming and her instruction was easy to follow. The perfect way to start my day. Looking forward to the restorative evening flow later this evening.

yogibear9000
yogibear9000
March 12, 2014
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Ignore the comment about transition time and her talking too much. If you need to you can always mute it or pause the video, but in truth this is a great video that needs neither muting or pausing. What it needs is you watching it. So watch it, and enjoy as you sink into space and relaxation!

Genevieve
Genevieve
November 11, 2013
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I very much enjoyed this session. I've been doing restorative yoga for years and found Tianne's guidance well thought out and key to staying focused on the objective of gently releasing. Highly recommend this session to beginners and those seeking from yoga a way to bring some calmness to his/her body. Also, I found I could do the postures even with my stiff lower back. The props were very helpful. Thank you Tianne.

Christina Robohm
Christina Robohm
July 6, 2013
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Good postures but would have liked a shorter transition time between them to stay in the moment. Also less talking while in the postures would have been appreciated so that I could hear my own body and inner truth. She was saying good things but these postures open up so much for me that I really didn't want to hear anything external.