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- 1 Yoga doesn’t always have to be a vigorous, get-your-blood-pumping workout, although many of us love the feeling those classes give us.
- 2 DOWNWARD FACING DOG (ADHO MUKHA SVANASANA)
- 3 CHILD’S POSE (BALASANA)
- 4 LOTUS POSE (PADMASANA)
- 5 CAT AND COW POSE (MARJARYASANA AND BITILASANA)
- 6 RECLINING GODDESS POSE (SUPTA BADDHA KONASANA)
- 7 FIGURE FOUR AGAINST THE WALL (MODIFIED SUCIRANDHRASANA)
- 8 CORPSE POSE (SAVASANA)
Yoga doesn’t always have to be a vigorous, get-your-blood-pumping workout, although many of us love the feeling those classes give us.In fact, some of the most beneficial aspects of a yoga practice are the very subtle, minute changes that poses bring into your body, and you can reach these benefits during a short, gentle yoga sequence done at home!
*Yogis wears Olaben’s Gilly Pink Ribbed Set
Taking a few minutes at the end of the day to come back into your body and make yourself feel comfortable for bedtime is essential to unwinding at the end of a busy day. If you’d like to sit and garner a sense of calm before bed, you could always unwind with a meditation practice. Get ready to feel more at home in your body with these yoga poses to help you sleep well and relax into a great night’s sleep.
DOWNWARD FACING DOG (ADHO MUKHA SVANASANA)
*Yogis wears Olaben’s Ribber Set & The Sun Combo
CHILD’S POSE (BALASANA)
*Yogis Phuong Hoang in Snakeskin Set & The Moon Mat of Olaben.
LOTUS POSE (PADMASANA)
*Yogis in Tawsha Set of Olaben.
CAT AND COW POSE (MARJARYASANA AND BITILASANA)
*Yogis in Lattin Set of Olaben.
RECLINING GODDESS POSE (SUPTA BADDHA KONASANA)
*Yogis Phuong Hoang wears Olaben’s Ribber Set & Harmony Mat
FIGURE FOUR AGAINST THE WALL (MODIFIED SUCIRANDHRASANA)This deep hip stretch is a low-impact alternative to poses such as Pigeon and Lotus, but it still gives you the benefits of releasing any tension from the hips and lower back.Hip stretches are essential to feeling comfortable and relaxed before sleep.
CORPSE POSE (SAVASANA)From reclining goddess pose, simply release your feet down to the corners of your mat or your bed, letting the toes fall open to the sides.Release your hands so that palms are facing up and the backs of the hands are resting on the mat/bed a few inches away from the hips. Simply let your eyes close and let your mind be still and free of thoughts, while letting your breath come naturally and letting your body feel heavy, relaxed, and tranquil.
When you commit to building heathy sleep habits, you take the first step to become your healthiest self - one full night of good sleep at a time!