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Yoga Sequence ~For the Desk Worker

Hey Yogis! Please enjoy Bliss's Free Yoga Sequences! We will be posting free sequences monthly! These sequences are meant for all audiences* to practice safely at home. These sequences are meant to aid or inspire your home practice. Feel free to add on to this sequence to make it yours! A solid warm up and at least 5-10minute Savasana is encouraged. This week: This sequence is designed around anyone who sits in a chair or works in an office all day. General issues of sitters/ computerists are still neck, shoulders and tight legs and hips. Neck Openers: By stretching the neck out the rest of the spine is able to release. For this pose sit in a comfortable position, and lengthen the spine with...

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Sacred Stone Special

Indulge in some YOU time this Fall! Prepare to be pampered! In this Ayurvedic infused special, Lauren combines dry-skin brushing, warm oils, and hand-picked stones from the coast of Rhode Island, and a lux steam tent to bring your body into bliss this fall season. Session can be tailored for individual needs. These stones have been hand picked from the coast of Rhode Island. This session is very balancing for the body as we move out of the Summer season and into fall. We stimulate blood flow to the skin, the lymphatic system, and the detoxification process with dry skin brushing. We allow the muscles to melt from the heat of the stones, as well as opening the body up to receive nourishment...

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Yin Yoga ~Taking Yoga Slow

“yin yoga is the gateway to meditation.”  ~ melita you’ve likely heard me say that if you’ve ever taken a yin yoga class with me.  if you haven’t taken a class yet, and are curious, read away! so what exactly is yin yoga?  i’m glad you asked!  yin yoga consists of seated or lying postures that focus primarily on the connective tissue (tendons, ligaments & fascia) of the body. what’s the difference between “yin” and “yang” yoga?  in traditional chinese medicine (tcm) muscles are considered to be “yang” tissues.  they move, bend, stretch and easily return back to their normal shape.  they are more elastic in nature.  these are your more powerful classes:  vinyasa, ashtanga, power, hot classes, basically any class that has...

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