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When the pace of life is fast, our minds move fast, too. When we are also attracted to a strong, fast-moving Yoga practice, we can easily over stimulate ourselves — and our nervous system takes the beating.
The beauty of restorative Yoga is that there is no muscular contraction involved. We believe we have to “work” to increase flexibility, but often we achieve more opening in parts of the body that we perceive as tight by softening and relaxing than through an active asana practice. During a Restorative Yoga sequence you still stretch, but you relax fully in the stretch, so that tension can slowly be released.
Because the body and mind relax, literally becoming softer, we also create space to get in touch again with our natural qualities of compassion and understanding of others and self.
The Benefits of Restorative Yoga include:
• Enhances flexibility
• Deeply relaxes the body
• Stills the mind
• Improves capacity for healing and balancing
• Balances the nervous system
• Boosts the immune system
• Develops qualities of compassion and understanding toward others and self
• Enhances mood states
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