Deepening Relaxation

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Hatha Yoga
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Class Description: 
If you've tried Satiya's Settling Into Relaxation, you'll be familiar with the her style and the focus of this class. It's designed to guide you more deeply into rest, while gently stretching the body. It's full of wonderful openers for the hips, legs and shoulders and finishes with a sweet savasana.


Thank you
dtripp 2 weeks ago

Thank you thank you thank you. And thank you for this 30 day challenge., and having options for each day.

Fabulous, as she always is!
jcclaire7 1 month ago

Fabulous, as she always is! As all your website is! I tear up with joy over having this connection to fabulous classes and wonderful teachers. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Very relaxing and beautifully
Cljok 1 month ago

Very relaxing and beautifully calm instruction to match. Thank you Satiya.

Amazing class, Satiya, thanks
Turtle70 1 month ago

Amazing class, Satiya, thanks!

kmccanrn 1 month ago

So relaxing yet such a great work out for all of my muscles. The instructions are clear, calm and concise.
Thank you Satiya.

Wonderful class! Exactly what
yogagypsy 5 months ago

Wonderful class! Exactly what I needed!

Absolutely wonderful
Pagandog 5 months ago

I've just found my new favourite class. Thank you so much

So relaxing - but you have to work for it!
GetStronger 6 months ago

I finished the class feeling so limp it was just too much trouble to move. Love the way we reached relaxation by
methodical working and releasing of muscles, stretching, and focused breathing.

Loving Satiya's classes!
Eko 6 months ago

Thanks so much Satiya for your videos here, they are fantastic. I find your cueing very clear and helpful in maintaining relaxed focus. Question about tight hips - sitting upright for an extended period of time I notice it's hard to keep my spine elongated. In another one of your classes you mentioned sitting on a folded blanket or something else to tilt the pelvis slightly. Would that be appropriate for this class too?