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Season 1 - Episode 7

Low Back Release

40 min - Practice
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Alana guides us in a sequence to release the sticky spots in the low back. We begin slowly on our backs before moving into a low lunge building from the ground up. You will feel spacious and relaxed.
What You'll Need: Mat, Strap, Block (2)

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3 people like this.
Always feel like I’m “gushing” when I talk about your practices, but I really do love them so. This hit the spot this morning and my low back thanks you!
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Downloading this one! I went into it really scattered and came out smiling. (Nice to know I’m not the only one with popping joints). ;)
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Jenny, I feel that way too. The woman has talent! 👏🏼
Good morning, Jenny! So delighted to receive your message. I love practicing together and I'm grateful for your presence and engagement. xoA
Hi June, So glad you enjoyed this practice. You're not alone! I think this is part of the human experience... a scattered mind and nosey joints (lol)... the good news is that Yoga, and our ability to be aware of and track these natural tendencies, can inspire new growth and a flow of self compassion. Grateful to be in this together.  Love, Alana   
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Alana I always look forward to new sessions with you.  My low back needed this one. Your slow, gentle work gives me space where I need it.  Love the rocking, soothes my back and nervous system.  Very grateful for your teachings🌸🌾
Hi Joan, Lovely to hear from you. So happy you enjoyed this gentle low back relief practice. Yes, the rocking is so soothing for me, as well. Sending love, Alana 
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Thank you Alana for another fantastic workout to ease low back soreness, especially after a long day of work. This is one of may favorite workouts. Your gentle spirit shines through.
Hi Diane, So happy to hear! Yes, this is a practice I like to do often to relieve tension and unwind. Enjoy! Love, Alana 
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This was exquisite. The slow pace really allows the body-mind TIME to digest the practice. (It also gave me great ideas for a class I'm subbing for tomorrow morning! Bonus!!)
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