Feeling renewed?

We hope so after watching this video.

This yoga sequence for stress relief and recovery was created with a number of different goals in mind.

It can be used as a stand alone practice to unwind at the end of the day, to boost your recovery in between workouts when you are sore, to “stack” at the end of any of our other sections for a cool down, or to be a restorative practice for stress relief.

Most yoga classes are about an hour and 15 minutes long.

They keep them that long because they have to give you enough value for your money, because they want you to get in a great workout, and because there is almost always a restorative/cool down section at the end of the class.

That’s where Yoga Stretch For Stress Relief and Recovery comes in.

We want you to stack this section at the end of our other videos for a complete workout if you have the time.

Remember, what you are watching here is a rehearsal video from our content creation phase of the project. When we go to film the DVDs (based on all of your feedback), we are going to create a DVD menu that will allow you to stack all of our different workouts. The DVD will preload several recommended routines but you will be able to customize it any way that you want.

For example, one of our recommended workout plans is to start with Yoga Sweat to get your heart pumping. Then we suggest moving onto Yoga Strength to continue that burn through slow moving balancing poses. Then take a deep breath and cool down with Yoga Stretch.

Let us know what you thought of the video below and stay tuned for your next video!


We want to keep you safe!

Please consult your physician, assess your fitness level, and follow all safety instructions before beginning any exercise program, nutrition plan, and/or using any equipment.

Body By Yoga provides a variety of exercise programs, some of which are physically demanding and high-intensity in nature. For this reason, you must listen to your body, use common sense, take breaks, and hydrate as needed to avoid injury. If at any time you feel any discomfort, pain, dizziness, light-headedness, shortness of breath, or nausea, stop exercising immediately and consult your physician. Incorrect or excessive training can result in serious injury or death.

When doing any outdoor workouts or activities, be aware of your surroundings and avoid anything that could hurt you or disrupt your exercise, especially when walking or running in public areas such as sidewalks and streets.

If you have any unique or special medical conditions, such as if you’re pregnant, have diabetes or asthma, or if you have a history of knee, ankle, hip, shoulder or spinal (back or neck) problems, you must consult your physician to understand all potential risks and complications of using our exercise programs, nutrition plans, and/or equipment, and receive approval from them to proceed before beginning. Failure to do so could result in significant injury to you and others (including, if applicable, your unborn child). By engaging in any exercise program, nutrition plan, and/or using any equipment, you assume all dangers, hazards and risks of injury or death.



Certain programs may utilize equipment, such as yoga mats, yoga blocks, yoga straps, chairs, foam rollers, and other equipment which, if not used correctly, could lead to serious injury or death. Carefully review all safety, care and use instructions and manuals prior to beginning.

For your safety, you must:

Use any equipment shown in the workouts only as demonstrated, using proper form.
Inspect any equipment for wear or damage prior to each use and refrain from using any equipment that appears damaged, worn or defective.
Keep children, pets and any other obstacles away from equipment and exercise area at all times.
Always use a secure, proper, and stable anchor for any equipment that requires hanging or attaching.
Always exercise caution during use of any equipment to make sure you do not lose your grip or control, such as making sure your hands are not wet or sweaty.
Ensure exercise bands are firmly secure and assembled to prevent slipping, snapping, recoiling and injury to yourself or anyone else.
Ensure your workout bench and pull up bar is stable, strong enough to hold your weight and does not move during use. If you do not think you can safely perform exercises with your bench or pull up bar, or you do not have the proper equipment, you should do the modifier exercises instead.

To the fullest extent permitted by law, Body By Yoga and its parent, affiliate, and subsidiary companies will not be liable to any person or entity for any injury, death, damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly by any exercise programs, workouts, nutritional supplements or plans, equipment (including without limitation the Body By Yoga mat and Body By Yoga blocks), advice or any other products, services or materials.

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