Why Restorative Yoga therapy? Tired? Restorative Yoga Therapy is a key component to a balanced yoga practice whether you are an active athlete or a weekend warrior. The body is able to stretch passively while the mind enters a calm abode.
In a restorative yoga class, the nice thing is there is no chasing involved. By bringing the support of props to practice, the practitioner receives the benefits of the posture without the overextension.
restorative yoga therapy for gratitude
As anyone who is tired and or stressed out knows, mood is affected so easily that it is often hard not to be reactive, frustrated, anxious, or cranky. When we yogis speak of gratitude, it is often hard to get to that positive attitude when you are not in the right yogamind…
Last week I spoke about the ananda maya kosha and how practices of restorative yoga help undo layers of tension in the body and help train the mind to accept the parasympathetic response easier, so that the innermost peaceful core is accessible.
“Say thank you to your innermost Being. Even if you cannot see at the moment what to say thank you for, keep on saying thank you. It will change the vibration inside and make you light and open and full of love, forgiveness and joy” ~ Mooji