Refresh & Renew – Gentle Yoga with Cyndi Lee


Stretching & Restorative Yoga for Every Body

Relax and rejuvenate with this easy stretching and restorative video. Cyndi guides you through a practice perfect for at the end of the day, when you feel tired but want to move enough to get the kinks out and invite the breath in. The restorative section of this video shows you how to do the poses using ordinary household items as props.


Practice for Morning

This gentle but stimulating practice will help wake you up, warm you up, and get you going. Melt away the grogginess and bring the energy of the new day into your body. A good coffee replacement (or add-on), this practice has been designed by Cyndi to perk you up and put you in a good mood.


Easy Yoga Practice to Soothe Body

Have just a little time for practice? This short and sweet 15 minute practice gives you a breather and allows you to reconnect with your body and with the earth. Finish, feeling restored and nourished.


Untying the Knots

In this class, Cyndi explores the benefits of twists. Twists loosen up the muscles around the spine and neck and can be useful to relieve stiffness from too much sitting. They also have a detoxifying effect, because they help increase blood flow to the body. In addition, in a deeper sense, twisting is about untying the knots of negative tendencies that we’re stuck in.

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Cyndi Lee is the first female Western yoga teacher to fully integrate yoga asana and Tibetan Buddhism in her practice and teaching. Founder of NYC’s influential OM yoga Center, Cyndi now leads workshops & Teacher Trainings.

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