Play is the opposite of depression. This playful practice engages the frontal lobe of the brain in order to access a greater sense of wholeness, curiosity, and joy. Kyra encourages us to imagine ourselves in a different environment, even as different creatures, experiencing familiar poses to release stickiness in the body, challenging coordination, exploring range of motion in the hips and spine, and playing in a Qi Gong “teacup” practice. We close in supported shoulder stand to integrate our practice. You will feel clear, uplifted, and at ease.
What You'll Need: Mat, Blanket, Block