Welcome to Day Twenty-one. Savasana. We made it. This is the yoga pose we’ve all been waiting for! And perhaps this posture is the purpose of every yoga practice? To get to a posture where we can just collapse into ourselves, simply enjoy the pulsation of the blood in the veins, enjoy the heart beating, and soak in the rejuvenating power of the yoga practice feels like a great goal (if yoga has a goal). Twenty-one days of a daily yoga practice is a terrific accomplishment. Though science tells us now that 21 days is not quite enough to form a new habit (the new magic number is 66...
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Welcome to Day Twenty. Reclining Spinal Twist. Supta Matsyendrasana. Twists feel amazing. They ease back pain, aid digestion, relieve tension, and increase feelings of calm. (Please note: if you have osteoporosis, consult your healthcare giver before engaging in deep twists.) Enjoy Days 1-19 of our challenge, before hugging your knees into your chest and moving back into Savasana, take a Reclining Spinal Twist (on each side) in this way: Take a full, long stretch, reaching your arms over your head, pointing your toes Inhale, bend your knees and bring the soles of both feet to the mat Exhale, drop both knees over to the floor on your right side (if...
Welcome to Day Nineteen. Knees to Chest. Apanasana. Practice Days 1-18 of our challenge, before moving into Savasana, hug both knees into your chest and find balance in your body. Breathe and notice how the movement of your breath effects your back body. Here is today’s complete practice: Take a comfortable seat Close your eyes, Bring your attention inward Inhale, lengthen the spine, Exhale, keep that length Notice deeply Continue in this way for 10 or 20 breaths Open your eyes and move to a kneeling position (sit back on your heels) Perform Kapalabhati for 20-50 breaths, Repeat (as you like) Come to Child’s pose, enjoy the effects of...
Welcome to Day Eighteen. Reclining Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose. Supta Utthita Hasta Padangustasana. I know, right? When I first started practicing yoga, I made a point of mastering Utthita Hasta Padangustasana just because I loved the name so much. Reclining Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose is an excellent pose for relieving low-back pain. It helps relieve sciatica and menstrual cramps. It stretches the hamstrings and the calves and strengthens the knees. Use a strap, if your hamstrings are tight. Practice Days 1-17 of our challenge, before lying down into Savasana, move into Supta Utthita Hasta Padangustasana in this way: Lie down on your back Find length through your entire body Inhale, bring your right...