Slip into a quiet practice. Restorative yoga is a passive practice utilizing breathing exercises, long held posture, and props to deeply rest tissues of the body, and calm the mind.Slow yoga is the most common style of yoga, it involves gentle classes with no flow between postures. Yoga poses are held for a longer period of time helping you to build and strengthen your muscles and increase flexibility. Slow yoga also involves simple breathing exercises to increase the flow of oxygen to your body and allow you to remain calm during your yoga practice. Slow yoga classes are sometimes referred to as Hatha yoga and these yoga flows are great for beginners and more experienced practitioners alike. If you find this style of yoga too slow and meditative for you and are looking for something a little more athletic, you might want to try Vinyasa Flow yoga. Basic Restorative Inversions by Judith Hanson Lasater
1. Basic Restorative Inversions
This practice will focus on two basic methods of restorative inversions. Inversions are poses in which your legs are higher than the heart and promote circulation, muscle recovery, and relaxation. Judith will first set you up in Legs up the Wall pose in which you will need two-three blankets, a yoga strap or belt, and eye pillow. The second basic restorative inversion is Legs on Chair in which you will need a chair with no arms and two blankets. Judith will be on hand to guide you through setting these poses up, easing you into the pose, and bringing you out after a period of relaxation.
2. Bedtime Yoga
Welcome to Celest's Bedtime Yoga. Using deeply restorative and meditative poses to calm and still your mind, this video will leave you feeling wonderfully relaxed and ready for bed. So grab your pajamas and join Celest on the mat for the ultimate bedtime yoga session.
3. Workplace Wellness: Ease Neck, Shoulder, and Wrist Pain
Been sitting all day and starting to feel the effects? Take a few minutes from the comfort of your chair to join Grokker expert, Christina Robohm, as she guides you through a series of quick, seated stretches designed to ease neck, shoulder and wrist pain. Whether you rarely work out or are a seasoned athlete, you'll reap the benefits of these time-efficient stretches.
4. Beginners Yoga for Relaxation & Sleep, Flexibility Stretches for Stress, Anxiety & Pain Relief
Beginners Yoga for Relaxation & Sleep, Flexibility Stretches to Help You Fall Asleep, Yoga for StressIn this Yoga workout video, Erica Vetra gives you 30 minute routine for sleep, deep relaxation, stress relief and anxiety. These gentle stretches will help you fall asleep and relieve pain and tension throughout the full body. This free beginners yoga class will resolve your trouble sleeping fast!
5. Corpse Pose - Yoga With Adriene
Learn how to do the Corpse Pose with Adriene! This posture is often considered the MOST IMPORTANT asana in Hatha Yoga. I believe it and treasure this posture. Here we relax and often cool down at the end of a practice but you can practice the actions of Corpse Pose anytime & anywhere! Grab a blanket or a pillow and take a rest. Let the body be still and quiet. Turn your cell phone on airplane mode. (I know, it's hard for me too.) Relax! Renew! Rejuvenate! Breathe and reduce stress by quieting the mind and resting the body. You deserve it.
6. Chair Yoga for Seniors: Corpse Pose
In chair yoga for seniors, performing the corpse pose is a great way to relieve stress when finishing a yoga routine. Practice the corpse pose with tips from a certified yoga instructor April Kirkhart.
7. Restore Now
Restorative poses bring your body and mind back to calm after an energizing yoga routine. Tara Stiles demonstrates poses that utilize gravity and time to open your body up.
8. Yoga for Partners Part 1
Yogayin's Allannah Law shows you the first in a a four part series of poses to do with your partner/friend. This part explores different variations of tree pose - see how easy it is to balance with two. The four episodes make a complete practice. This a quick demonstration and is not traditional yin yoga video.
9. Yoga for Partners Part 4
Yoga specialist Allannah Law and partner Lou demonstrate part four of this series of postures which you can practice together. All up the four parts make a complete partner yoga practice. This a quick demonstration and is not traditional yin yoga video.
10. Yoga for Partners Part 2
Part two of a four and as a series this is complete yoga sequence that you can practice with friends, partners, lovers, etc.Yoga specialist Allannah Law and her lovely student Lou demonstrate Warrior pose and Downward Dog. This a quick demonstration and is not traditional yin yoga video.