Relaxation in Reclined Bound Angle Pose

April 9, 2014    BY Julia Kress

Restore, nourish, and cleanse, while giving a gentle stretch to the inner thighs, as you rest in supported supta baddha konasana (reclined bound angle pose). With the help of the breath, bring space and ease to each area of the body, from head to toes. Then stimulate major energy centers in the core of the body through a visualization of light that finally expands to fill your inner space.

Props: 2 yoga blocks, bolster, 2 blankets, and a small pillow.  

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Julia Kress
Julia Kress started her yoga practice with the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy in 1990 in Buffalo, NY. Soon she moved to the ashram in Honesdale, PA to intensify her studies through immersion of the life style. There she learned the subtle art of yoga therapy through working with various populations and the science of Ayurveda through working in the vegetarian kitchen and The Center for Health and Healing. She has her E-RYT 500 hour certification, BA in Exercise Science, is... Read more>>


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