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Yoga For Release & Restoration

The Winter Season Asks us to slow down, take deep breaths and turn inwards.

As the world takes on a quiet demeanor, so too should our spirits find solace in the gentle cadence of release and restoration. In this sacred space of practice, we invite you to explore our favorite daily yoga practices to find your own harmonious dance with the winter season's call.

Winter's breath is slow and deliberate, an invitation to synchronize with the rhythm of the season. Begin your practice with deep, intentional breaths.

Adriene from "Yoga with Adriene" beautifully guides us through breath-centric practices, helping us attune to the quietude within.


Yin Yoga

In the frost-kissed stillness of winter, embrace the gift of Yin Yoga and nurture the kidneys. Pairing seamlessly with traditional Chinese Chi Gong, as artfully presented by "Yoqi," this practice unravels the tension stored in our bodies. Feel the energy flow and envision the chi awakening, inviting a profound sense of release.


The winter earth calls us to ground ourselves, finding stability in the midst of change. Explore grounding asanas like Tadasana (Mountain Pose) and Virabhadrasana I (Warrior I), anchoring your practice in the wisdom of the earth's silent transformation.

Elevate your practice by adding healing essential oils to a diffuser as you move.

Allow the quiet beauty of winter to cradle you, embracing the stillness and inviting restoration. In the cocoon of your practice, you've answered winter's call. Release, restoration, and an inward turn — these are the gifts bestowed upon those who listen. As the winter season wraps its arms around the world, let your yoga be a reflection of the serene beauty found in the depths of stillness.

Photo by Mikhail Nilov