Wed, 18 Oct|
Restorative yoga is a slow-paced, gentle form of yoga that focuses on deep relaxation and stress relief.
Time & Location
18 Oct, 18:45 – 20 Dec, 18:45
Bedwas, unit 1A Bedwas Court Bedwas House Ind Est, Bedwas House Industrial Estate, Bedwas, Caerphilly CF83 8HX, UK
About the Event
Restorative yoga is a slow-paced, gentle form of yoga that focuses on deep relaxation and stress relief. It is a great practice for people of all levels of experience, including beginners and those with injuries or limitations.
In restorative yoga, poses are held for longer periods of time, typically 5-10 minutes each. This allows the body to fully relax and release tension. Props, such as bolsters, blankets, and blocks, are often used to support the body in each pose.
Restorative yoga is a great way to reduce stress, improve sleep, and boost the immune system. It can also help to relieve pain, improve flexibility, and increase range of motion.
Here are some of the benefits of restorative yoga:
* Reduces stress and anxiety
* Improves sleep quality
* Boosts the immune system
* Relieves pain
* Improves flexibility
* Increases range of motion
* Promotes deep relaxation
* Promotes self-awareness
* Reduces inflammation
* Improves circulation
* Supports healing from injury or illness
If you are looking for a gentle and relaxing way to improve your overall health and well-being, restorative yoga is a great option.
Here are some tips for practicing restorative yoga at home:
* Find a quiet and comfortable space to practice.
* Gather your props, such as bolsters, blankets, and blocks.
* Start with a few simple poses, such as supported child's pose, supported bridge pose, and supported reclining bound angle pose.
* Hold each pose for 5-10 minutes.
* Listen to your body and rest whenever you need to.
* Focus on your breath and let go of any tension.