- 3 blocks,
- 2 bolsters,
- 6 blankets,
- wall space
This class is slightly longer than the rest, so we can cover the basics of Restorative Yoga, including how to use your props. If you're repeating this class, you can skip ahead to the final, luxurious 45 minutes, where we'll indulge in a long supported reclining pose and savasana. Props Needed: Three or four blocks, two bolsters, five or six blankets, and a hand towel.
The right kind of rest can be uplifting and energizing! After learning about the benefits of Restorative Yoga, prop yourself up in two supported backbends that will ease stress and fatigue and elevate your mood. Props Needed: Two bolsters, three or four blankets, and a hand towel. Props Suggested: A strap.
If you've had a stressful day, or anticipate one, this is the class for you. We'll spend a luxurious amount of time in two subtle inversions that require no strength or effort. These cozy supported poses will fight fatigue, depletion, and exhaustion and leave you feeling energized, yet calm. Props Needed: A chair, a strap, two bolsters, four or five blankets, a hand towel, a block, and wall space.
This final class explores the nourishing and grounding aspects of deep rest. Relax into a lovely spinal twist before sinking into an experience of ultimate relaxation in supported supta baddha konasana. Now that you've experienced a full spectrum of Restorative poses you can revisit these classes whenever you need to unplug. Props Needed: Six or seven blankets, two or three blocks, a strap, a bolster, and a hand towel.