Restorative

Restorative

Restorative classes aim to support the body in releasing tension through long holds of grounded postures, props, meditation, and breathwork (pranayama). This gentle and calming practice is ideal for the evening hours as you prepare the body and mind for deep rest.

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Restorative
  • Restorative: Grounding + Cool Down with Chris

    This flow is designed for everyone. Pair this with another flow or use this flow to wind down at the end of a long day. Two blocks may offer support.

  • Yin: Releasing Irritation + Agitation with Kacee

    This 25 minute yin class is designed release irritation and agitation.

    Sweat Level: None

    Recommended for: One of my first 5 Classes, Beginners and Beyond, Practice Regularly, Advanced

    Props: 2 blocks, a strap, a bolster and blanket

  • Restorative: Yoga for Studying with Lydia

    Students will benefit from this restorative flow to alleviate tension from studying. This sequence also promotes focus and mental agility.

  • Restorative: Flow for Winding Down with Lydia

    Calming gentle movement to prepare the mind and body for restful sleep. Grab two blocks and a blanket.

  • Restorative at the Wall with Casey

    Give your body the time to wind down after a long day with this simple yin sequence at the wall. You’ll be guided through longer holding postures to relax and release for the best night’s rest. A blanket, pillow, and mat are recommended for this class, but not essential.

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  • Restorative: On The Wall with Dayle

    No props needed for this basic restorative class, optional two blocks, blanket and bolster for final relaxation. Great to do before bed while listening to your favorite relaxing music or optional playlist HERE

  • Restorative: Foam Rolling with Dayle

    Grab a foam roller and Dayle will guide you through a juicy flow allowing you to release tension in the muscles.

    Foam rolling helps release tension in the muscles, relieve muscle soreness, improve flexibility and range of motion. No experience needed, this session is like giving yourself a mass...

  • Guided Yoga Nidra with Beth

    Beth provides a space for deep yogic sleep in this sweet guided yoga nidra. Beth gives the opportunity for you to fully relax your body and mind. You'll need comfortable clothes, a blanket, and perhaps a bolster or pillow.

  • Restorative: Thirty Minutes with Alice

    This calming mindfulness practice will guide you into blissful relaxation. Join Alice in a grounding practice that will leave you feeling harmonious and connected.

    Props Needed: two blocks.

  • Restorative: Hips with Cindy

    This class is all about surrender. You will practice long holds in several heart opening postures. Using props, these postures will open up tight, tense areas leaving you feeling restored.

    Props Needed: 2 blocks, a blanket and a bolster

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  • Restorative: Pigeon with Kayla

    If you need a short, relaxing practice, this 30 minute class is perfect for you. Enjoy slow, gentle movement focused on breath with a few twists mixed into restorative yoga building to a supportive pigeon pose. You'll need two blocks and a strap is optional

  • Restorative: Yoga Nidra with Soojin

    Spend 35 minutes with Citizen Yoga's Goddess, Soojin Kim. You will feel lifted out of your body and in ultimate relaxation with this video.

  • Restorative: Hips + Hamstrings with Caitie Fey

    Looking for a way to chill out from a busy or stressful day? Turn off your brain and dive deep into your hips + hamstrings. This video incorporates alternate nostril breathing, a great way to wind down your thoughts.

    Props Needed: 2 blocks and a bolster.
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