Jul 8, 2021 - Bedtime Yoga is a sequence of postures that focus primarily on stretching the major muscle groups before you go to sleep. A yoga for bedtime practice will wring out tension and allow your nervous system to relax, which helps you fall asleep faster and enables you to wake up feeling more refreshed in the morning.
The objective of pranayama, or breathing exercises, is to teach the ability to properly inhale, exhale, and retain your breath. There are different branches of pranayama dedicated specifically for inhalation, exhalation, and breathing retention.
Last updated on November 30th, 2021 at 10:08 amDo you want to sleep better at night? I do. Well, these seven relaxing bedtime yoga routines can help! I’m not gonna lie. In my lifetime I’ve met a person or two who made me want to scream out: “How can you sleep at night (you jerk)?” […]