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.When you think of yoga, you may imagine people voluntarily twisting themselves into pretzels and doing poses you could never see yourself doing, but yoga is actually incredibly accessible for the complete beginner. Anyone can try their hand at Easy Yoga. Beginner’s Yoga uses gentler flows to slowly get you more comfortable with the foundational exercises that will form the basis of your yoga practice.Supported Restorative Backbends by Judith Hanson Lasater
1. 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.
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. Supported Restorative Backbends
This class is all about supported backbends. Bending forward is a large part of our daily routine. We lean forward and sit at the computer facing forward. These restorative poses, guided by Judith Hanson Lasater, will help undo the constant habit of this action to help you relieve tension and reduce pain. Backbends do not need to be strenuous or intense in order to feel the benefits. These poses are more about opening rather than stretching.