These poses calm your nerves. They help you relax and quiet your frantic mind.
Janusirsasana (Head-on-Knee Forward Bend)
This asana stretches the spine, shoulders, hamstrings and groin.
This asana strengthens the spine. It stretches the chest, lungs, shoulders and abdomen.
This asana brings flexibility to the spine. It strengthens the wrists and shoulders.
Calming and balance: Pranayama and meditation
This class is not a practice of getting rid of your thoughts, but of noticing and recognizing them, letting them go and coming home to your breath.
Viparita Karani (Candle / Waterfall)
This asana gently stretches the back legs, front torso and the back of the neck. It relieves tired or cramped legs and feet; and calms the mind.
This asana relaxes the body. It calms the brain and helps relieve stress. It is a pose to conclude your practice.
This asana strengthens the back muscles. It stretches the shoulders and chest.
This asana stretches the deep hip flexors (psoas) and the muscles (intercostals) between the ribs. It stretches and stimulates the muscles of the belly and front of the neck. It also strengthens the muscles of the upper back and back of the neck.