Yin Yoga in Aromatherapy Sea Salt Bath for Adrenal Fatigue

by Melissa West on

Sea Salt Bath for Adrenal Fatigue

Today I’m going to show you 2 yin yoga poses for adrenal fatigue that you can do in a beautiful aromatherapy sea salt bath to restore energy. This will scratch the surface of adrenal fatigue so if you want to go deeper, with leading edge research and ongoing support from me then stay tuned all the way to the end.

Today’s question comes from, Guyla Mullins from Facebook: I was in a car accident with severe thoracic damage, aortic dissection and ruptured spleen. Yes I survived. I’ve also worked through recovery from this trauma at a very intense labor job for 13 years after. I now am on disability and am completely exhausted. Have PTSD and COPD. A friend suggested me contacting you for adrenal fatigue yoga. I do have symptoms of this. I find it amazing how PTSD and adrenal fatigue have similar symptoms. Local yoga instructors are too intense and favor competition. I need something to restore balance.

Today I am going to recommend 2 yin yoga poses that you can do for long restorative holds in a warm replenishing bath with Scentuals Yoga Vitality 100% Natural Relaxing Bath Salts.

The reason why I am going to recommend pairing these 2 restorative yin yoga poses and do them in a warm bath with the relaxing bath salts is that they contain:

dead sea salts bath specially formulated to replenish vital minerals in your body

Bergamot, Lemongrass and Jasmine that will ease stress and anxiety and lift your spirits for a feeling of Vitality.

Bergamot Essential Oil – Acts as an antidepressant, relieves stress and muscle tension, relieves headaches

Jasmine Essential Oil – good for anxiety, depression, and negative emotions

Lemongrass Essential Oil – boosts energy, relieves headaches, relieves muscle pain

Epsom Salts improves nerve function by regulating electrolytes

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Yin Yoga Full forward bend/Caterpillar Pose
This straight leg forward fold stimulates your urinary bladder channel, that intersects with your kidneys and also stimulates your kidneys (the traditional chinese medicine equivalent to your adrenals). The effect is calming and reenergizing for your system. This pose is both restful and refreshing. You can stay in this pose for 3-5 mins or more. Avoid this pose if you have low back problems or sciatica.

Butterfly Pose
This pose stimulates your kidney meridian. Your kidneys are the storage containers for your essence energy. This pose will help you restore vitality. Avoid if you have sciatica or low back problems.

At the beginning of the video I told you I would give you more resources for your adrenals. I would recommend the:

Nourishing Your Energy Series

Restorative Yoga classes on Yoga with Melissa

However, we have 9 restorative classes for adrenal fatigue in our membership community ranging in length from 18 mins – 2 hours

We also have 12 yoga classes on our TCM playlist for kidneys in our membership community, which as I said in this class is the organ/meridian for energy.

Every Monday we have a live meditation class which focuses on releasing tension in your body in a reclined savasana which is incredibly restorative.

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Let me know in the comments if you plan to take an aromatherapy epsom salt restorative yin yoga bath. Give this video a thumbs up and let me know if you would like more bath yoga videos like this one. Subscribe and I’ll see you next Wednesday.

Namaste, Melissa



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