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Season 1 - Episode 8

Restorative Sequence

40 min - Practice


Yin yoga is designed to increase our capacity for what is. Zoe shares a sequence of long and slow passive postures believed to affect the connective tissues and result in easier access to the flow of prana. She weaves in some of the principles of restorative yoga and offers the use of props to create a more calming effect for the nervous system. Coco, like the mind, wanders in and out of the practice. You will feel calm, quiet and fluid.
What You'll Need: Mat, Square Bolster, Blanket, Block

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Enjoyed this very much. Love your dog??!
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Hehe Coco sends a furry wave *paws*
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Lovely lesson. I love being a chi detective.
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Thank you Debbie, how lovely to hear you had fun ! So happy to be chi detectives together :D
WONDERFUL!!! Very relaxing. I could do yin all day. I told one of my yin teachers we should do a yin-a-thon sometime:) Thank you.
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Aww Tesa, I can feel the bliss from your practice! Yes Yin-a-thons sound delicious. You are most welcome. Thank you for sharing the practice! xo
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Thank you so much, I was feeling a bit under the weather and low on energy today but didn't want to skip my practice so this class was perfect. Xx
Thanks Chelle! Delighted to be part of your practice, rest well and feel better :) xo
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Thank you. This was my first practice with you. I loved your message at the end where you said we don't need to strive so much. It was just what I needed to hear. Namaste!
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Thank you Wendy... it's wonderful to know that you agree - yes, why strive when everything is right here? We can see better when we slow down... In approaching everything with tenderness and self-love... when we practice, we can move our bodies as if they are our most beloved... it always feels so good to reconnect our om sweet om within! Big Hugs!! xo
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