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Season 2 - Episode 5

Restore and Repair

40 min - Practice
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Lydia guides us in a yin-inspired, deep stretch practice to help us unwind and restore from physical activity. You will feel refreshed and satisfied.
What You'll Need: Mat, Block (2)

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Super relaxing at the end of the day. The pigeon pose reminds me how different or less flexible my right side is compared to the left. three or four inches at least. I really notice the difference in the legs and hips
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Hi Andrew.
So glad to hear you're taking care of yourself and noticing things in your body. Thanks so much for your comment.
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Thanks Lydia for the many lessons revealed in this practice, physical, mental and spiritual. The power in the subtlety of the movements is exactly what I needed. Namaste.
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loved the practice! I have a broken toe so had to adapt. I am an athlete and this was a prefect partner t o all the other things I am doing. I love that you said this is making s pace for our recovery! Thank you!
Hi Julie. It's so wonderful to receive this feedback. Thank you so much. With kindness, Lydia
Hi Cece. Oooooh broken toe. I've been there! Hope you heal quickly and can be nimble on your feet again soon. Warmest wishes!
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This felt just right for me today, thank you. x
Hi Craig. Happy this could support you! Warmest regards. Lydia
Thanks Lydia for this great lesson. I was so much into it that it felt like if it was a 10-minute yoga lesson :) Just perfect after a very very stressful week. Your calmness and good vibes in this lesson went all the way to France!
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Hi Alice! How wonderful to hear from you. I am in France right now climbing in Fontainebleau. It's an incredible experience with my family. What a beautiful country you live in. Sending warmth! Lydia Zamorano
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