How to get to Relaxation

Most of us lead very hectic and busy lives, especially this time of year – so much press to do and give.  Oftentimes, when we have the time to just sit, we find it hard just to be. If this sounds familiar to you, then you probably often wonder if there’s anything you can do to help yourself relax. This writer is here to tell you that yoga and meditation  might be your answer. For that relaxation you’ve been craving, this blog post is going to discuss a couple of poses you can try.

Legs Up the WallLegs Up the Wall

One yoga pose you should try for relaxation is the legs up the wall pose. To do this pose, begin by lying down on a floor with your hips close to a wall. Then stretch your legs up towards the ceiling.

Supine Bound Angle

Another yoga pose you can try for relaxation is the supine bound angle. To do this pose, begin by lying on your back (or over a cushion) with your knees bent and your feet touching the floor. Slowly open you knees out wide, so that the soles of your feet are touching. Improve this stretch by lengthening your spine. To do so, all you have to do is extend your tailbone towards your heels and reach the crown of your head in the opposite direction.

These are just a few examples of the many stretches and exercises you can do to relax. If you’d like to learn more about these or other poses,  Pause – please don’t hesitate at support (at) catspaw cushions (.) com today.

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