SUPINE BED YOGA FOR SPOONIES

✮ BED YOGA FOR SPOONIES ✮
In this bed yoga practice for Spoonies, I will guide you through gentle supine yoga poses that will help to relax the body and recirculate stagnant energy. This entire practice is done lying down, and I would consider it safe for most Spoonies, including those with POTS, EDS, fibromyalgia, cfs/me, etc. so long as you are listening closely to your body.

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The information and practices in this video are not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any illness and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical care. You are responsible for your own body’s well being. Please consult your physician prior to beginning exercise.

Music by Kevin Macleod http://www.incompetech.com

Comments

Miss Adventure says:

Perfect timing I had just climbed into bed when I got the notification! Such a relaxing and beautiful practice thank you xx

Ellaina Boucino says:

Thank you so much for this video! I’ve had a love affair with yoga for the last ten years but as my chronic illness got worse I found I could do less and less. My biggest thing is not having to move my head, so this is absolutely perfect for my situation.

priyanka sharma says:

Thank you so much for this yoga session. It was so peaceful and I was able to complete it without feeling any pain 🙂 Namaste

Jessi Anne says:

This was so amazing! Thank you!

Andrea Doxtator says:

I truly appreciate this video. I’m new to your video and website. Your series makes me feel a new sense of hope in my chronic illness journey. Thank you for your kind and thoughtful energy. Namaste.

Fadwa Yousef says:

Your videos have meant the world to me in dealing both with my mental and physical health. It’s been years since I felt safe in my own body, and years since I could actually feel relaxed because tension had just been the norm. I still have flare ups sometimes, especially when I’m anxious or going through a depressive episode, but these practices always help me get back up all while respecting the limited amount of spoons I have when I’m like that. Thank you so much <3

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