Try this restorative sequence to keep calm in the busy holiday season.
Practice this 60-minute restorative sequence as often as you can this busy holiday season. Or if time is limited, you can reap the rewards by indulging just once a week. Find a quiet, dark space, set up your props (if you don’t have traditional blocks and bolsters, use books and pillows), and settle into poses that will help you rest, digest, and ultimately recharge. Restorative yoga is a receptive practice, so you’ll feel open afterward, interacting with yourself and others in a more loving way.
OUR PROS Teacher Gail Grossman is the founder and director of Om Sweet Om Yoga in Port Washington, New York, and has been teaching yoga since 2000. Model Amanda Russcol has been teaching yoga for about a decade and runs her own studio, Yoga High, in Denver. Writer Kate Siber is a freelance health, travel, and environmental journalist based in Durango, Colorado.