Grounding Practices • 21-May-2020
Decompression is the relief of high pressure. I created this home practice for anyone who is feeling like they've been steadily working with high pressure that's coming from any number of sources.
The practice begins with slow flow to help you move the impact of high pressure through and out your body Then, it settles into rejuvenative restorative poses and a short breathing practice to set the stage for deep relief.If you've been feeling UNDER PRESSURE, this one is definitely for you.
Suggested props: a block, a blanket and a bolster. See the short extras video for alternatives and instructions on using these props in this class!
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