Millions of people suffer from headaches EVERY single day - some are tension headaches and many are caused by imbalances in the body. In Chinese Meridian Theory, headaches can occur due to imbalances in the Liver, Gallbladder OR Bladder meridians. In this practice we focus on these meridian lines to bring balance and hopefully prevent and relieve headaches as well as stretching the neck, shoulders and upper back to release tension! You can practice with me by clicking the link below the descriptions (http://bit.ly/Yin4Headaches) or take this on your own - taking your time and resting longer in poses where you feel you need it.
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Savasana Hold: 5-15 mins - Bring your feet wide with knees bent, or use the blanket under your knees, heels to the corners of the mat and settle into Savasana. Tuck your shoulder blades underneath and if you have an eye pillow or cover, this would be a great place to use it (sometimes putting a gently pressure with eye pillow on the eyes and forehead can relieve headache pain). Breathe, release, and scan your body from head to toes to release all remaining tension. Stay here as long as you have and enjoy!
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