Try This 20-Minute Sequence the Next Time You're Recovering from Sickness

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How do we still the fluctuations of the mind? We focus on the present moment, and use breathing and asana. This slower yoga sequence is great if you're recovering from an illness or sickness, or if you're just looking for an easier, more mindful flow. 

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