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Season 4 - Episode 5

Muladhara Chakra Practice

40 min - Practice
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Devon leads us in an exploratory and detailed practice of standing poses to help us go deep into the Muladhara Chakra (Root Chakra) or Pelvic Bowl. We finish with a nourishing supported Supta Baddha Konasana (Reclining Bound Angle Pose) to rest in the fruits of our efforts. You will feel grounded and supported.
What You'll Need: Mat, Wall, Square Bolster, Blanket, Block (2)

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Sooo healing for my wounded pelvis. I loved the pace and the detailed explanation. thank you!
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In my Acupuncture practice, I work primarily with women who want to improve their fertility. I often suggest yoga to help them connect with the "still pond" of the pelvis. This class was an excellent way to connect to the "energy" center that inhabits the pelvis. I will recommend it to all of my patients! thank you for sharing your knowledge!
Miss Pinz - I am huge fan of both acupuncture and pregnancy. What a great thing for your clients to have the support and spaciousness of TCM at a time that can be so challenging and pressurized. In my prenatal classes we do a lot of work with bringing calm, centered awareness down into the pelvis. I also use Svadhisthana/Manipura/Anahata chakra practices to help clients connect to the San Jiao. I'm so glad to hear that my work can support yours. Keep me updated!
Hey Astrid. I love the word 'wounded' - it speaks so well to our essential, wonderful tenderness. I'm so glad these practices can help you care for yourself. :)
Very good!

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