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Restorative Yoga  

Restorative yoga - is simply that – restorative. It is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching, centring of your breath and body, and aligning the physical and mental by practicing stillness or gentle movement for extended periods of time.
Restorative Yoga has both physical and medical implications on your body and nervous system.

Balasana : Child's Pose

Child’s pose is the most common resting pose incorporated in any yoga practice. In Child’s pose, you’re sitting on your heels with your knees mat distance apart and bend your torso forward until your belly’s comfortably resting between your thighs and your forehead on the mat

Upavistha Bitilasana Marjaryasana : Seated Cat Cow

Cat and cow pose is part of most yoga styles and classes as this is a pose that’s moving all spinal vertebrae very gently in all directions. The seated variation of cat and cow is super gentle and will definitely make you feel like your body has much more space in it than before your practice.

Supta Baddha Konasana : Reclining Bound Angle Pose

Start lying down on your back. Bend the knees and pull your feet as close to your pelvis as you can. Open the knees out the sides making the soles of the feet to touch. Put bolsters under both knees so the stretch in your inner thighs wouldn’t feel too intense.

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