Grounding Practices • 23-Jul-2020
Whether the temperature outside is high or you're reaching your boiling point on the inside, this home practice is meant to help you cool down and chill out. Emotions like anger, frustration or irritation are all associated with the fire element in Yoga's sister science, Ayurveda. And when your constitution is fiery to begin with, add those to the mix and you may be burning up inside.This downtempo practice includes a variety of cooling postures as well as a cooling breathing practice to bring your inner temperature right down.If this sounds like just what you need, grab a bolster or pillow and two blocks and make your way to your mat.
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