From the post How I beat my addiction to adrenaline.
Restorative Stretch supported with pillows
This is as easy as it looks. Stack pillows higher for tighter hamstrings and lower for more flexible and open legs. Rest head on top of hands to allow space for breathing (as shown), or turn head to one side.
From the post Running on Empty
"Restorative Bridge Pose" - Septhu BandasanaThis brings the tank up to half full. We stacked pillows under our tushies, bent our knees, and let our upper bodies relax on the floor.
From the post Your Moments of Zen
Yaara's Improvised Legs up the Wall pose...up a comfy chair (Viparitta Korani)
From the post Life Pie
(Supported) Supta Badha Konasana
In this pose, we make our legs into a diamond pose. You may find that it is easy to do this pose without adding support under the knees, however, I encourage you to add the support because it feels really nice to have your knees "held" in this pose. We put our heads next to each other so we can listen to each other breathing. This is a very special action - most likely there aren't many other people in your life besides your family whose breath you listen to.
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