One classic restorative pose is supported bound angle. See how the pillows are arranged to lift and support the knees? Blocks and bolsters are also used raise and support the head. The arms naturally lrelease out to the sides like over-cooked speghetti. Everything is melting into the pose, allowing the body to open and release tension. We hold these amazing poses for up to 15 minutes, all the while, keeping a meditative focus on our experience, and watching the breath.
.If you'd like to have this experience for yourself, join me for a 2 hour Restorative Yoga workshop in Saugatuck at the Satya Yoga studio, November 11, 2016 at 5:30pm. You can sign up at the website for $20.00. It's worth every penny!
I've been teaching Yoga for almost 40 years, and I've learned a thing or two, primarily, how to address the issue of moving safely in an older, bigger, or injured body. Big Yoga covers it all!