Restorative Yoga: To Prepare for Sleep • Tristan Binns • 20 mins
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This restorative practice will prepare the body, and therefore the mind, to be ready to sleep. Also a good break and rest at any point during the day. We use simple props to create supportive poses that work with your body's systems to move you into a restful state. Poses are held for up to 5 minutes, but you can always extend your time in a restorative pose as needed by using the pause button!
Suggested Props: 3 blankets or towels, 2 blocks or similar supports, a hand towel or eyebag
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