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Building stability and focus in restorative poses
We can build focus also through restorative poses by keeping our attention on the supports we use, on how they affect the body, and by observing what our breath and attention are doing throughout.
Short Post-Exercise Session
A short yoga session to cool down and to come back to neutral after a run or physical exercise.
Restorative and pranayama with minimal props
This is a good session to do at any time, but it may work particularly well at the end of the day.
Restorative and pranayama for experienced students (419)
This session is a little shorter than usual, where we take time to settle into a few quiet postures to prepare for pranayama.
Experienced level restorative and pranayama (414)
An experienced-level restorative and pranayama session taught by Pixie Lillas.
Shoulder-opening poses with restorative and pranayama (210)
This sequence starts with a few poses to open the shoulders and hips to bring some focus to the body before we start with the restorative and pranayama section.
Restorative and pranayama for experienced students (410)
This sequence is a little different from a straight restorative class, as I have started the session with some shoulder and upper back opening poses (Baddanguliyasana, Garudasana, and Paschima Namaskar, plus two extra actions to open the upper back area).
Restorative and Pranayama for Advanced Students
A restorative session aimed at opening the chest and quietening the mind in preparation for some sitting and a short Pranayama session followed by Savasana.
Immune support and nerve calming sequence
At this period of heightened stress, anxiety, and a feeling of being out of control, it's really important to stay in touch with your body.
Restorative and pranayama to strengthen your foundations
A foundation sequence intended to allow for rest in the body and the mind.
Relief for tight and sore back muscles
Back pain is tiring and deflating. This sequence helps to give some relief with some calming poses to relieve the central muscles when tight or in spasm.