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Restorative yoga and meditation workshop Friday 17 July 7-8.30 pm via Zoom

Sometimes allowing yourself to do nothing is the greatest self-care practice.  This class is exactly that focusing on rest and rejuvenation, so your body has a chance to slow down and recalibrate. This soothing practice is designed to calm your nervous system and decrease stimulation. It is full of quieting forward bends, gentle backbends and twists and the ultimate restorative posture – legs up the wall pose. We will finish with a yoga nidra to take you deeper into your body. This is the perfect antidote to a long, stressful day. This sequence can also be used to support your body when you are facing stress, fatigue and illness.

Restorative yoga is a passive and therapeutic form of yoga that provides deep rest for tired bodies, stillness for busy minds and rejuvenation for the entire nervous system. The yoga concentrates on surrendering your weight to supports and softening stretches helping you to relieve negative stress and emotional strain. Restorative yoga helps you to discover where you are unconsciously holding tension and how to release it.

Yoga props required with alternatives

2 Yoga Blocks/bricks

Yoga blocks and bricks are great props for all types of yoga not just restorative. A good place to start looking for substitutes is on your bookshelves. The brick is short and thick, whereas the block is flatter and wider.

Yoga Strap

Yoga straps are wonderful for working on going deeper into your stretches, but not everyone has one lying around at home.You can easily use a belt, a tie, a piece of rope or your dressing gown belt as a yoga strap. Just be sure to check that the fabric or material that it’s made of is strong enough to hold your stretch.

Yoga Bolster

A bolster is really just a long pillow with more stuffing than most pillows for greater support. They’re used a lot in gentle restorative backbends. Roll up a big towel into a tube shape and place a pillow over the top for extra support.

2 Yoga Blankets

In all seriousness, nobody really needs a yoga-specific blanket. Yoga blankets are often rolled up to support parts of the body, used to slide the knees or feet across hard flooring, or used to keep warm during savasana. You could even use a regular towel or a bed sheet.

Eye pillow

A clean sock will do to keep out the bright lights.

Using your homemade props as support, essential oils and candles create your own sacred space and sink deeply into “ananda” (bliss) through these nourishing restorative postures releasing all effort and letting the tiredness begin to drain away leaving you feel revitalised.


Wear warm loose comfortable clothing and warm socks and we won’t be moving much.

Alternatives to traditional yoga props

Alternatives to traditional yoga props

This workshop is £7 or £4.50 for monthly unlimited.

No yoga experience required

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