Restorative Yoga @ Noda Yoga

Join Katie Overcash, LCSW & RYT-200 at Noda Yoga Oakhurst(1620 Oakhurst Commons Dr, Suite 301) every Sunday at 5pm for a 75-minute Restorative Yoga Class.  No prior experience is needed and this type of yoga can accommodate all body types.  Katie is a “Relax and Renew® Advanced Trainer” through Judith Hanson Lasater. Restorative Yoga is bestContinue reading “Restorative Yoga @ Noda Yoga”

Restorative Yoga Pose of the Week – Relaxation Pose

Relaxation Pose is the more important shape in restorative yoga.  If you have time for one yoga pose during your day, do this one.  Relaxation pose lowers blood pressure and heart rate, enhances immunity, helps with insomnia, reduces fatigue, releases any muscular tension and can help manage chronic pain.  This pose will neutralize energy inContinue reading “Restorative Yoga Pose of the Week – Relaxation Pose”

Restorative Yoga Pose of the Week – Legs Up the Wall

Legs up the wall is an inversion that helps reverse the natural blood flow and pooling of blood in the feet.  This pose can be practiced everyday and is beneficial to reduce fatigue and swelling in the legs and can be a nice relief after standing on your feet all day.  This pose may helpContinue reading “Restorative Yoga Pose of the Week – Legs Up the Wall”

Restorative Yoga Pose of the Week – Supported Bound Angle

Supported Bound Angle Pose is a back bend that will increase the energy in the body.  This position will open the chest, abdomen, and pelvis.  The benefits the pose offers the areas restricted by sitting and standing are tremendous.  Other benefits include helping those with high blood pressure, or breathing problems.  Bound Angle can alsoContinue reading “Restorative Yoga Pose of the Week – Supported Bound Angle”

Restorative Yoga Pose of the Week – Reclined Hero’s Pose

Reclined Hero’s Pose is a back bend that will provide a generous stretch in the quadriceps, knees, and ankles.  As a back bend, this pose will also open up the front upper chest to aid in creating space for the lungs to expand, can relieve indigestion and nausea by lifting the diaphragm, and may reduceContinue reading “Restorative Yoga Pose of the Week – Reclined Hero’s Pose”