“Deeper your understanding of Restorative Yoga with the usage of props!”
Unlike other forms of yoga, Restorative Yoga is unique in the sense that it includes props. With the aid of these props, you will be able to maintain your balance and have a better support, which will enable you to hold poses for a longer period of time. Poses are usually held from ten to twenty minutes. This allows your body to open up more through passive stretching.
Restorative Yoga classes tend to be rather relaxing and are good complements for more vigorous workouts.
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What does “Restorative” mean?
Restorative derives from the word, restore, which simply means to cure, heal or improve. In Restorative Yoga, the practice is slowed down and poses are more in-depth. This helps to restore one’s body back to a healthy state by natural healing.
What is the purpose of Restorative Yoga?
Along with the aid of props, Restorative Yoga aims to attain physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Aside from that, Restorative Yoga is also a good counter for burnouts, exhaustions and fatigue as it is able to heal and rejuvenate our body.
What are the benefits of Restorative Yoga?
Restorative Yoga is capable of renewing both our body and mind. It is perfect for one who is trying to relief stress and overcome fatigue from their daily routine. More importantly, it can assist those who are recovering from illness or injury and even conquer depression and anxiety.
Improves Body’s Immunity
Restorative Yoga helps to lower blood pressure and heart rate, loosen up joints and ease bones.
Exercise Whole Body
As each pose targets a different part of the body, you will be able to stretch your entire body.
Since props such as bolsters, blankets, cushions and even the wall are used, you will be able to experience comfort without any tension.
By constantly practicing Restorative Yoga, your body will be less prone to stress-related illnesses.
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We will try to get back to you as soon as we can to make further arrangements.