Quick Calm ~ A Yin Short
Grounding Practices • 17-Apr-2020
Most Yin practices are long and meant to be savored over time. But once in awhile, we need a quick downshift from Yang or active energy into Yin or receptive energy.
This home practice includes a posture for each quadrant of your hips and emphasizes the movement of energy downward for a quick dose of calm.
Recommended props: 2 blocks and a blanket or two large books and a folded towel.
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