EASY Restorative Yoga: All Level Class (Beginner suitable too)

Online, or In-Studio. Saturdays 4-5pm (Darwin NT time)

What a wonderful thing it is to feel completely relaxed.  That’s what easy restorative yoga can deliver. You get complete, systematic relaxation. With that comes a feeling of quiet pleasure: the satisfaction of being alive and joyfully connected with the rest of humanity. Everyone has to be taught how to relax. It’s a skill to unwind. Relaxing is learnt. In the class, you also get restorative yoga poses for immune system.

I’ve found that restorative yoga has so much to offer. Many of Flametree’s students agree. This is the reason why we offer restorative yoga at both the Beginner and non-Beginner Level. It’s also why we incorporate it into our general level classes, as well as our specific focus classes, like Women Only.

See the beginner deal, with Easy Restorative yoga:

See the non-beginner and lapsed student deal, for non-beginner Restorative Yoga:

De-stressing delivers physical, mental and emotional health

The human body is an amazing piece of finely tuned “machinery”. It allows us to survive threats and then return to a state of balance.  All sorts of health problems arise because so many of us are living a life where we are “wired” 24/7.

The fight or flight part of the nervous system is continually turned on. We never switch it off. Every system in our body is under threat of burnout or of exhaustion. Humans were never designed by evolution to operate like this.

Our immune system works to fight off foreign invaders, and keep us healthy. It can function optimally when all the other systems are not overwhelmed and exhausted. In the classes, you’ll also get restorative yoga poses for immune system options.

Our digestive system can send the correct signals to the rest of the body, and deliver mental  and emotional well-being. But it happens when we take the time to turn on the relaxation part of the autonomic nervous system. This part of the nervous system is the parasympathetic nervous system. The vagus nerve is the major nerve in this system. It wanders from the throat to the gut.

Horrible problems of not learning to relax

When we fail to take the time to learn how to relax, every part of us suffers.

One outcome is that your gut feel distressed, tied up in knots, and full of acid. In addition, you can become short tempered, chronically anxious, overwhelmed, and depressed.

You may also find your breathing is affected. That’s because your lung’s capacity to deliver energy becomes compromised. A good sound night’s sleep often becomes a thing of the past.

A restorative  yoga class lets you unwind. You learn how to extend your chest region so you can breathe well. Plus you’ll how to lengthen your exhalation and de-stress your gut area. That helps with issues like IBS.

Watch yourself and learn to appreciate that it is possible to be proactive  when you feel anxious. You can then practise breathing techniques. They will calm you down. You can do it with a few specially targeted poses to soothe your nervous system, and improve breathing. In this class, you’ll learn these options. Then you can apply them anytime, including when you need to sleep.

The most common sound that I hear in a Restorative class is a long quiet sigh. It’s never that loud, but it’s there.  In addition, the most common reflection after a class goes along these lines:  “That’s feels so much better! I really needed that! I feel refreshed, energised and ready to go out and tackle my life with newfound energy!”

This class is open to all students, including beginners.

Summary of restorative yoga class options

In summary, Flametree’s Beginner and Non-Beginner starter deals include restorative yoga classes, online, in-studio, or on-demand.

Restorative yoga is very effective from your home, via the online class option. But we do recommend that you consider what yoga props you can assemble from home, or elsewhere.

For even more about restorative yoga, go to our non-beginner Restorative Yoga Class page, here.

If you have an interest in restorative yoga, also consider breath meditation. The two classes work especially well together.

The Beginner Easy Restorative class is at 4pm on Saturdays. (Please check our beginner timetable for seasonal times).

Go to the beginner deal button below. It also has our beginner timetable.

In Flametree’s non-beginner and lapsed student deal, there’s also two non-beginner Restorative Yoga classes each week. Go to the button below. It also includes our non-beginner timetable.

Most popular IN-STUDIO or ONLINE Beginner Yoga options, including EASY Restorative Yoga

NON-BEGINNERS: 14 days for just AUS$29 including Restorative Yoga.