Restorative Yoga

A restorative yoga sequence consists of five or six poses sustained for prolonged periods of time, including light twists, forward seated, and gentle back bend positions. BKS Iyengar’s Iyengar yoga was a major influence on the development of Restorative Yoga.

Props make it simpler to maintain balance while stimulating and calming various organs. Restorative yoga benefits the entire body as well as specific sections such as the heart and lungs.

Restorative yoga assists you in overcoming exhaustion and tension caused by daily activities. It aids in the recovery from emotional instability caused by despair and anxiety caused by numerous situations such as job loss, traumatic divorce, or the death of close ones.

  1. Balansa– This pose massages the abdominal muscles softly. Hold this position for at least 5 minutes.
  2. Anjali Mudra– Anjali Mudra is a hand posturethat is commonly used during yoga practise.
  3. Side-lying Corpse Pose– Side-Lying Savasana is an excellent way to relieve fatigue. Hold for 10-20 minutes to reap the full effects.