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Restorative Sequence

Restorative Sequence

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This restorative sequence, designed by Scott Blossom, will support your body and mind during a detox, or any time. You'll need a bolster, 4 blankets, an eye pillow, a sandbag (or a bag of rice will do), and a yoga strap.

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Reader Comments

Shannon

Love this. I always did the Legs Up The wall pose but never with a yoga strap, Sandbag or Blankets.. hmm.. Love this!

Marcia

Great WIll borrow some of these for Restorative Class

Caroline Lungren

Thank you soo much, love this sequence and the smooth voice!!!

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