Fall Nourishing Yoga Sequence

Enjoy this sequence that encourages space for what really matters. Nourish yourself with practice that allows coiling in and uncoiling of the chi to move and expand through the body.

Sequence

SATYA Unwinding the Spine 1-4

Supta Malasana (happy baby pose)

Adho Mukha Svanasana

Uttanasana with hands interlaced stretched overhead

Prasarita Padottanasana

Sirsasana

Adho Mukha Svanasana > Uttanasana with hands interlaced stretched overhead

Standing Side Crescent

Tadasana

Vinyasa w/ lunges 3x

Lunge Twist Back knee down

Lunge Twist

Pigeon w/ lateral extension

Tadasana

Virbhadrasana 1

Bhadravajasana 1

marichiasana 1   open twist

Ardha Matsyendrasana

Marichyasana 3

Bharadvajasana 2

Pascimottanasana

Malasana (squat)

Ardha Pasasana

Uttanasana

Parsva Uttanasana

Salamba Sarvangasana

Halasana

Halasana w/ wide legs

Savasana 10 min w/ 10 long deep Ujjayi breaths

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