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Level 2/3
90 min

Rejuvenate

Hatha | By Noah Mazé on Jul 15 2012
This class begins with a supported restorative pose (supta baddha konasana), progresses through timed forward bends and twists, to culminate in inversions (headstand and shoulderstand).  Great for a calming practice to balance strong practices on other days, or anytime you want to stretch deeply and ground and nourish yourself with the rejuvenative power of these poses.  Props: 3 blankets (or bolster and 1 blanket), 2 blocks, strap.

Description

This class begins with a supported restorative pose (supta baddha konasana), progresses through timed forward bends and twists, to culminate in inversions (headstand and shoulderstand). Great for a calming practice to balance strong practices on other days, or anytime you want to stretch deeply and ground and nourish yourself with the rejuvenative power of these poses. Props: 3 blankets (or bolster and 1 blanket), 2 blocks, strap.

Comments

  • Lucinda Pimlott     Nov 21st, 2013
    That feels fantastic, thank you.
  • Rafael Kr     Sep 24th, 2013
    Great, wonderfull.
    • Noah Maze     Sep 29th, 2013
      Thank you Rafael!
  • katie dunn     Feb 5th, 2013
    One of my favorite practices after a long day. Thank you!
    • Noah Maze     Sep 29th, 2013
      Sounds lovely! Thanks Katie!
  • Tasja Fox     Aug 28th, 2012
    Really enjoyed this pace, and always your instructions. thanks
  • Brigida Sanchez     Aug 18th, 2012
    Muchisima Gracia, Noah! I work 12hour shift work and I was absolutely exhausted before I started but your words"Lift...Lift...Lifted me up" and I am ready for another 12 hour hours! Thank you for sharing your gift!

    Carino,
    Bri
  • Ruth Lipman     Aug 6th, 2012
    A very grounding practice. Thank you.
  • Patti MacPherson     Jul 24th, 2012
    thank you Noah, so calming & grounding, namaste
  • Mónica Pablos     Jul 23rd, 2012
    Just what I need!! Thank you Noah again!
  • Y Pays     Jul 22nd, 2012
    Top of my thighs kill in figure four with ankle digging into quads. Any hints to stop pain? I put blanket but still. I did run before this so maybe inflammation of muscles caused ankle to feel like pebble to princess in the pea syndrome?

    Thank you, Noah.
  • Huda Mussa     Jul 16th, 2012
    Very grounding practice. Ideal class for evening yoga.
  • Melissa Boone Osburn     Jul 16th, 2012
    Perfect! I needed that more than I even knew. Thank you Noah!
  • Jackie Quayle     Jul 16th, 2012
    Wonderful class, the repetition of paschimottanasana was brilliant, let me focus on areas that I could work on releasing more deeply. Thank you, Namaste.
  • Cathy Benthagen     Jul 16th, 2012
    After a difficult couple of days this was the practice !!! Feel much more grounded and restored. Thank you Noah for your inspiring classes.....
  • Lisa Hagen     Jul 15th, 2012
    Sweet practice...I always look forward to ur classes! Thanks, Noah!
  • Autumn Jordan     Jul 15th, 2012
    Tot ally rejuvenated! Thanks Noah. I loved the starting pose, this was a great class to counter my usual Vinyasa practice. Namaste
  • Chris Wain     Jul 15th, 2012
    Thank you so much for this Noah. Can feel a lot of my negative blocks melting away after this sweet class. Namaste.