Slow and Dushi20 min
Dushi in Papiamento (the native language of Aruba) means sweet, a description of something good in life. Think of this practice as a sweet and steady surrender, slowing the body down in a gentle, loving, nurturing way. Let go of your to do list and allow yourself to be fully present on the mat. Start in a supported, heart opening shoulder stretch and move onto the back for a gentle twist, then flow through gentle reclined hip openers. You will fold forward and support yourself with a block, focusing on the breath and staying present. Use the block to support you in seated side stretches and a tender heart opener before finding peaceful, sweet surrender in Savasana.