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Lying Down Yoga Sequence

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Lisa Pollard
Return to Center - Accessible Yoga & Mindfulness with Lisa Pollard
An invitation to open to the language of sensation, practicing within your own range of movement. This yoga sequence has been recorded for MBSR participants to practice within an 8 week Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Course. This gentle yoga sequence can be practiced by anyone wishing to reduce stress & anxiety. Enjoy this moving meditation and learn how to connect your breath and body to balance and calm the nervous system. 
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Simon
Deeper breathing
Deeper, conscious breathing opened my chest, relaxed my mind, and led to my finding it perfectly possible to remain still and at peace for fifteen minutes afterwards without feeling compelled to "get on with something else" or falling asleep. The suggestion that it's OK sometimes just to imagine doing some of the movements removed anxiety about keeping up with the pace, or misunderstanding what's being suggested. (Sometimes concentrating on one movement means missing the counsel concerning the next.) Really helpful for someone like me with only a little direct experience of yoga thus far. I hope to go deeper. Many thanks.
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Lisa Pollard
Morning Yoga Practice
I really enjoy doing yoga in the morning my body responds well to this gentle lying down yoga sequence. I feel energised and ready to enjoy the day. I find when I have more time on the weekends I can dedicate the time to a longer guided practice as I don't have to work on Sundays.
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Relaxed
This one allows me to loosen up completely and ready for the day
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Cyndee 🌊
Back to 🧘‍♀️
I Feel good after this yoga practice! I will try to make a habit of practicing yoga at least three times a week.
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Mary Jane
Now I Will Relax
Ever part of my body received the attention it needed. I am so more relaxed and confident that I can lay down now and go to sleep. My body feels good. I enjoyed not being pushed thru the pose and the one one with Lisa. Thank you. Namaste 🙏🏽