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Season 1 - Episode 4

Calm and Centered

35 min - Practice
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We find a gentle release in the spine and develop core strength with ease and play in this calming and centering practice. You will feel relaxed.
What You'll Need: Mat, Blanket, Strap, Block

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As my kids would say, this was totally CHILL 🎋
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Alana, I appreciate your guidance and allowing time in each pose.  My body  dissolves and my nervous system is soothed in these gentle sessions.  I love these lovely,  yin like practices.    I will be following🌾🌸
Jenny, hahaha love it. Glad you felt the CHILL. xoA
What a wonderful observation, Joan.  Yes, exactly...the nervous system craves rest, ease, and relaxation. So happy to be practicing this together. Love, Alana 
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Such wisdom in this approach. I love also that the slow pacing allows space for me to gently improvise. Loved playing with the belt in the supine straddle position. These practices feel so good!
Kate, I love how you're enjoying the process and allowing the Yoga to unfold and guide you, gently. xoA 
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Can't thank you enough for this wonderful relaxing class. I love performing this class at the end of my work day. I really feel the tension and muscle guarding flowing off my body. Wonderful!
Hi Diane, This warms my heart. What a sweet release. It's amazing how the body holds tension and muscle guarding (especially for me in the shoulders/neck), and how a slow, gentle, and mindful yoga practice can help us unwind, release, and let go... relaxing the nervous system and restoring a sense of calm, centered ease. I'm so glad you are here! Love, Alana 
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So calming and relaxing. I ft like having a nap although it was mid morning.  The gentle
strdtches are perfect for my sore hip. Count  it all as Joy.  Thanks  Alana.  Namaste. 
Glenford, Wonderful to hear from you, always! Sounds like a very relaxing and peaceful morning. I hope your sore hip continues to feel better.  Namaste, Alana 
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