Oh yeah...this is such an important practice...I love the grounding and activating of my third eye or crown chakra (depending on the placement of my head on the prop) and soaking in all the goodness that provides. I also love to use an eye bag during the prone postures as that also instills a sense of deep grounding. Yep, at the ripe old age of 56 I’ve really come to love me some yin! Thank you for this wonderful season...I’ll be revisiting it often ✌️🕉 ☮️
Robert, the restorative and Yin practices are my absolute favorites🏵 I spent the afternoon in nature, planting my first garden flowers. This was a lovely release for my body and spirit. Grateful for this inward-looking, inspiring session🌻🌸🌾
Thank you thank you Jenny for your comments throughout the course, I really enjoyed hearing from you! I too love me some slow down style practices, not hard for me to embrace the stillness and quiet space. Let me know if you come around 'these parts' again :)) Happy Day to you!!
Great to hear from you Joan - sounds like you had a good experience, love it! What a nice compliment - working outsode with flowers in nature, then moving to your inner landscape, tilling and planting positive messages and seeds ... so beautiful! Hope this message finds you just coming in from the garden again :)
Appreciated each and everyone of these practices. Learned a lot and felt even more. Greater awareness on and off the mat. Being still/surrendering is a challenging practice for me and one I likely need the most. Thank you again.