Restorative yoga for overall stress reduction

What is restorative yoga and how to start a practice
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515 students
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What is restorative yoga?
Restorative yoga is a deeply relaxing yoga style that uses pillows, blankets, yoga bolsters and more to quiet the body
Restorative yoga does not require any experience or flexibility
Restorative yoga can be done on the floor, in your bed or even in a chair
Restorative yoga is for all body types, ages, genders

Requirements

  • No requirements or prerequisites required
  • You will need pillows, blankets, towels or yoga bolsters, yoga blankets and yoga blocks

Description

Do you suffer from day to day stress? Do you have trouble sleeping? Do you experience general IBS? Restorative yoga is known to support better sleep, aid in peristalsis and improve breathing to reduce the effects of stress. Proven techniques to support you during these times of stress. No experience is necessary and very little equipment is needed.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner's
  • Alll levels
  • Anyone interested in finding deep relaxation

Course content

6 sections9 lectures1h 35m total length
  • About your instructor
    02:13

Instructor

yoga educator and wellness advocate
Tonya Dunn
  • 4.0 Instructor Rating
  • 1 Review
  • 517 Students
  • 1 Course

Discovering yoga and meditation at a young age to recover from a back injury and debilitating anxiety, I decided to pursue my education and become an instructor to share the benefits with as many people as I could. For over 15 years now I have worked with thousands of individuals in small group and on-on-one settings. I have developed the course content and conducted trainings for other yoga teachers pursuing a deeper study into restorative yoga.