Looking for a release to your stressful day that doesn't begin with Ben and end with Jerry's? If so, I have a feeling you are going to love this yoga sequence.
This relaxation sequence is designed to relax the mind and body and unblock your third chakra located in the solar plexus for an increased feeling of contentment.
It is a ten minute or less, all levels welcome class with an easy to follow along PDF guide.
This gentle wind down yoga sequence has a heavy focus on the areas of the upper body that hold a lot of tension.
You will successfully feel release in the middle back, neck, shoulders, arms and upper back.
What chakras does this winding down yoga sequence focus on?
This particular yoga sequence focuses on the solar plexus manipura chakra.
Your solar plexus manipura chakra is your third chakra and is located in upper body. It falls between the belly button and the breastbone.
Balancing the third chakra can restore a sense of purpose, release the need to control others and help improve your self esteem.
If you would like to focus on a mantra during this suquence that encourages healing of the third chakra you could repeat:
"I choose health, healing, and love." (purelyom.com)
Yoga ability level
This seated and supine (on your back) yoga sequence is perfect for all levels. It is suitable for beginners and those very new to yoga.
This is a stretching yoga sequence with some twists.
Twisting in yoga helps release tension and detoxify the body. This is perfect for those who feel tightness and congestion in the back.
Your all levels Relaxation Yoga sequence can below. You will find detailed instructions on each pose and breathing!
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As with any exercise program this is not meant to replace any advice your MD has given you, always consult your physician first if you have questions. This is completed at your own risk and is meant to be used as a guide. If you have injuries respect your injuries.