20 Minute Class, Low Intensity, Podcast, Pranayama, Somatic Education, Yin & Pranayama |
Yin & Pranayama
We usually think of Yin as calming, soothing and down regulating. But with a few tweaks, we can cultivate a calm, natural energy as well. Not the jittery wired feeling you get from caffeine but a gentle boost, without the crash.
Back in episode 7 in this 4th season, we discussed breathing techniques, science and how this all applies to Yin Yoga. Please have a listen to learn how you can apply use these techniques as well!
For this practice, I’ve applied pranayama that are known to increase sympathetic activation, gently, as well as a somatic practice. You will be amazed at how great you feel after just 25 minutes.
All you NEED is a Yoga mat but some might also like to have a blanket for comfort.
Low Intensity, Pain Care Yoga, Podcast, Pranayama, Yin & Pranayama |
Yin & Pranayama
Time to Breathe
Breathing is the simplest thing in the world. But it’s also incredibly powerful. Science is just recently tuning in to the capacity of the breath to heal mental illness, chronic pain, chronic stress and so much more. While there is no wrong way to breathe, there are certainly more strategic ways to breathe. This practice is a purposeful exploration of the breath in simple, restorative postures. You’ll be introduced to a strategy that primes you for deep learning and connection.
Props needed: Bolster, blocks and blanket
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