Create Physical and Mental Space

Gravity acts on our bodies all day long, creating compression and contraction. This practice is designed to help you find freedom and space not only physically but also mentally.

You’ll open with gentle side body flows then balance both sides of the body in downward facing dog. After that, you’ll do a progressive standing series where you’ll eventually move between chair pose, extended side angle, reverse warrior, warrior II, and triangle pose. Then you’ll explore pigeon pose, balance work, supported side plank, and camel pose before concluding in a simple seated pose.

Props: Blocks, blanket

About the Teacher

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Rachel Land
Rachel's fascination lies in fusing research and tradition together to create a practice that supports... Read more