"I DID TOO MUCH YESTERDAY" COUCH YOGA FLOW

LENGTH: 30 minutes

ABOUT THIS PRACTICE:
Let's face it. Sometimes we over do it. This practice is for those times. These gentle poses will help your mind and body to recover.

BENEFITS:
Pain relief, fatigue relief, calming, grounding

PROP RECOMMENDATIONS:
bolster, pillows

POSES IN THIS PRACTICE:

  • cat/cow stretches (seated)
  • neck circles
  • wrist circles
  • ankle circles
  • double pigeon - aka fire log pose
  • paschimottanasana - seated forward bend
  • setu bandha sarvangasana - supported bridge pose
  • seated meditation

RESTORATIVE YOGA FOR INSOMNIA

LENGTH: 45 minutes

ABOUT THIS PRACTICE: This practice uses the support of props to promote deep relaxation before bedtime.

BENEFITS:
Relaxing, stress relief, promotes deep sleep

POSES IN THIS PRACTICE:

  • seated cat/cow stretches
  • neck stretches
  • pashimottanasana - seated forward bend 
  • bharadvajasana - twist
  • supta baddha konasana- reclining bound angle pose
  • savasana - corpse pose

PROP RECOMMENDATIONS:
Practice may be done in bed. You will need a yoga bolster or a stack of pillows, plus two extra pillows for this practice.

RESTORATIVE YOGA FOR FATIGUE

LENGTH: 45 minutes

ABOUT THIS PRACTICE:
This restorative yoga practice uses poses that specifically focus on alleviating fatigue. I'm scoring this practice with two spoons because of the prop set-up. HOlding the poses, however, requires minimal to no effort.

BENEFITS:
Restorative, calming, pain relief, fatigue relief

POSES IN THIS PRACTICE:

  • prasarita padottanasana - standing wide legged forward bend
  • setu bandha sarvangasana - bridge pose
  • balasana - child's pose
  • supine twist - supta matsyendrasana
  • supta baddha konasana - reclining bound angle pose
  • savasana - corpse pose

All poses are supported with props.

PROP RECOMMENDATIONS:
1-2 chairs, bolster, block, and two pillows