SUPINE YOGA FOR FATIGUE

LENGTH: 15 minutes

ABOUT THIS PRACTICE:
This entire practice is done while lying on your back. It's perfect for days when you may be feeling exhausted but are still craving movement.

BENEFITS:
Gentle stretch, recirculates stagnant energy, relaxing

POSES IN THIS PRACTICE:

  • constructive rest pose
  • ananda balasana - half happy baby pose
  • matsyasana - fish pose
  • viparita karani - legs up the wall pose
  • supta baddha konasana - reclining bound angle pose
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PROP RECOMMENDATIONS:
Practice may be done in bed.

SUPINE YOGA FOR FLARE UPS

LENGTH: 20 minutes

ABOUT THIS PRACTICE:
This practice is done lying down to relieve tension in the body when you might be too tired to lift your head.

BENEFITS:
Pain relief, grounding, relaxing, gentle stretch

POSES IN THIS PRACTICE:

  • savasana - corpse pose
  • pavanamukhtasana - wind-relieving pose
  • supta padangusthasana - reclining hand to big toe pose
  • constructive rest pose
  • supta kapotasana - reclining pigeon
  • supta baddha konasana - reclining bound angle pose

All poses are done seated.

PROP RECOMMENDATIONS:
two pillows (optional)

SUPINE YOGA TO BUILD STRENGTH

LENGTH: 15 minutes

ABOUT THIS PRACTICE:
This practice is inspired by moves I learned while in physical therapy. Designed to strengthen the whole body, this entire practice is done lying down, making it perfect for people with POTS, chronic fatigue, limited mobility, etc.

BENEFITS:
Strengthening, energizing

POSES IN THIS PRACTICE:

  • constructive rest pose
  • arm raises
  • leg extensions
  • bridge pose
  • supine twist
  • savasana - corpse pose

PROP RECOMMENDATIONS:
You may try this practice in bed if getting to the floor is difficult