At Home Restorative Yoga.

Many people tend to associate yoga with fitness. Actually, many will just substitute yoga for an intense workout. Can you do this? Absolutely. However, I also suggest using it in a more traditional way. A way that helps you relax and restore your body.
Not everything has to be done with force. Your body needs time to recover. Seriously, it really does.
The flow I’m about to show you seems really simple, but, I promise you, it is anything but. You can, and should, do this at your home. Grab some blankets and/or pillows for some simple modifications. Honor yourself and your body by taking time out to treat it with the upmost relaxation. Your muscles, nervous system and mind will thank you later.

  1.   Supta Baddha Konasana (reclined cobblers pose) 10 min

  2.   Savasana (corpse pose) 5-10min
  3.   Marjaryasana/Bitilasan (Cat/Cow) 2-5 min

  4.   Balasana (Childs Pose) 2 min

  5.   Viparita Karani (Legs up on the wall) 10 min
  6.   Restorative Twist 5 min on each side
  7.   Savasana 10-20 min
  8. Mandy Kiley, LMT and E-RYT 500 at Dynamic Wellness


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