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Season 1 - Episode 10

Day 7: Feet and Front Leg

35 min - Practice
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In Day 7 we work with simple self massage techniques using the dowel to hydrate the tissues and open the feet and front of the legs. We end with Legs-Up-the-Wall pose and a guided meditation. You will feel relaxed and restored.
What You'll Need: Wooden Dowel, Wall, Blanket, Block (2)

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Oooh that dowel work! This week was a delight...lots of innovative ways to get into the sticky spots, and lots of fun using the various props 🤸🏻‍♀️🤸🏻‍♀️🤸🏻‍♀️hope to see another season soon! 👏👏👏
Jenny so happy! I’m already scheming the same thing. 
Amy
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Loved this seven day challenge . It was just what I needed every day .I think I may just start again tomorrow .Thank you Lydia
Dear Amy. Overjoyed to hear that. Hope we can continue to practice together. 
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Dear Lydia. Thank you so much. This course has been a revelation for me, especially the self massage. I never knew that I had so many trigger points in the soles of my feet! I’m going to keep going back to these sessions over and again. At first I thought—do I want to fuss with a dowel and a tennis ball? But now they’re my friends 🤗🎾🧹💕 All love to you
Debra Hi! I was wondering if people would think the same about the fussing around part... but they've been so useful for me that I really had to share. Thanks for your lovely feedback. Lydia 
That was enlightening and I will revisit.  I'm very curious what your weekly practice is if I may ask? 
Christel Hi! You mean my home practice? I incorporate a lot of pressure work into my flows and I love restorative yoga, sitting and pranayama. I usually practice something every day. It works for me.  What's yours? 
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Lately I've become addicted to Yogaanytime and find something I want to do most days on it.  Other days I do a flow that's made up of what I've experienced over the years.  So I pretty much do something every day even if it's only twenty minutes depending on what time allows.  That's my home practice in which I do enjoy various flows, restorative yoga, pranayama, chanting and all those wonderful practices and now learning how to be more aligned to protect the joints for their future function.  
Christel Love hearing about your practice! Thanks for sharing. Sounds like we are yoga sisters. Warmly, Lydia 
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