Seated Forward Bend for Stress
About this class
Stretch the back body and relieve tension in one easy move.
Seated Forward Bend (Paschimottanasana) relaxes the nervous system while stretching the spine, shoulders, and hamstrings. To learn this quick fix for relieving full-body stress, practice this pose with yoga teacher Shani Dayal.
About the teacher
Shani Dayal is passionate about teaching others the importance of mobility, body conditioning and joint health in her yoga practice. She gives special importance to body and mind relaxation, destressing the nervous system and using the tools of pranayama and meditation for overall mental and physical wellbeing.View Profile
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