The Great Rejuvenator inspires joy, reduces chronic fatigue, recirculates stagnant blood in legs, and relieves menstrual cramps. Lie on your back with your legs straight up against a wall. Inch your bum up to the wall so that it touches. Remain here for 10 minutes. Roll to your side to come out. (This can also be done resting your bent legs on a chair.)
Bhramari releases anxiety and anger, improves concentration, relieves headaches. This pranayama (breathing exercise) is named for an Indian bee, and you’ll soon hear why. Sit with your spine straight and tall. Close your eyes, placing your thumbs in your ears. Let your two middle fingers gently rest on your eyelids. Inhale deeply. Exhale making a humming sound, keeping your eyes and mouth closed. Repeat three to 11 times. Afterward, keep eyes closed and breathe for a moment.
Slow March activates pelvic floor muscles, establishes connection to your true strength. Lie on your back with your knees bent, feet directly under knees. Press lower back half inch toward floor. Place your hands just above the pubic bone. Very, very slowly, lift your right leg one inch from the floor and slowly lower. Repeat with left. Continue, 20 times each side. Avoid shifting from side to side. Use your hands to feel isolated muscle movement.
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