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Led by: Lauren Eckstrom
Rated 3.9 out of 5 stars
30 Mins
All Levels
30 Minutes

For this practice, you will need a bolster and two blocks. If you don’t have a bolster, use two firm pillows or a stack of folded blankets or towels. This practice is not about pushing yourself physically or gaining flexibility. Give yourself permission to rest, rejuvenate and recharge in order to receive healing and a well-deserved break.

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Stephanie Giovannitti
Would add that the introduction wastes almost the entire first pose because she talks through the almost the entire pose. We are adults, please just let us relax a little. A short 30-sec intro at the beginning of each pose would be plenty.
Stephanie Giovannitti
Way way way too much talking. Talking should be reduced by at least 50%. All of her talking detracts from the restorative aspect of the experience. Will be looking elsewhere for restorative yoga videos.
Amanda Lynn
This is my absolute favorite, especially when I am struggling with stomach pain!
Martha Ledesma
Thank you, Lauren, this is one of your practices that I like to come back almost every night before going to sleep. I benefit from all your restorative classes. Thank you once again.
Elisabeth Herbner
Wonderful practice to calm and sooth your body, mind and spirit. Thank you!
Rosalien Pouw
The introduction was somewhat frightening, not soothing. And the hard explosion like sounds induced stress and discomfort. But I liked the poses and it was great that the importance of rest was reinforced.
Alissa Lees
The music was disconcerting and the random loud gunshot sounding beats
Alex Calice
This is deeply healing and brings peace to all levels of our being, blessings and thank you dear Lauren.
For someone who rarely stops to breathe, these sequences have brought me so much calm.
So very pleasant and restful
So calming!!
Very healing practice. Thank you, Lauren.