This 30 minute restorative yoga class is designed specifically to boost your immune system. In this class, we will focus on yoga poses that help increase your internal resistance and immunity so that you can remain healthy and vibrant.
We will begin with legs up the wall pose, which allows the lymph nodes in our neck, armpits, and groin to work more efficiently. Next, we will practice supported fish pose to stimulate the thymus gland, which is responsible for producing T cells.
We will also practice a restorative side bend to stimulate the spleen, which filters germs from our bloodstream. Finally, we will end with bound angle pose to open up the thymus and groin lymph nodes.
Restorative yoga has a tonifying effect on the body and helps increase the activity and efficiency of the cells in our immune system. By strengthening our internal body and trusting its innate potential for maintaining health and to overcome illness, we can heal from within and restore balance to our bodies.
This is real yoga for real people to experience the healing power of restorative yoga for your immune system.
30 min Restorative Yoga for Immune System Sequence
Legs Up the Wall
Side Bend Over Bolster
Bound Angle Pose
Props Needed: 2 blocks, bolster, yoga strap, blanket, eye pillow, wall
Poem: The Cure for it All by Julia Fehrenbacher
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