• Stefanie Haberman

Sav"ahhh"sana


Savasana, final relaxation, corpse pose. Whatever you want to call it, if you can only do one pose, this is the one. Take a minute, or several or maybe even ten to lie down in a position that’s comfortable to you. Add some support for your head and neck or under your legs. Cover yourself with a cozy blanket to keep you warm and grounded. Allow your body to soften into the support beneath it. Begin to notice your breath - each inhale and exhale flowing freely without control. Give yourself this time to pause, lying in stillness, tuning into your breath and the sensations in your body, noting any thoughts that arise without getting lost in them. When you are ready to come out of the pose, start to deepen your breath. Bring gentle movement back to your body. Slowly roll to your side and come up to sit. Take a moment to notice any shifts in your body, breath and mind. Open your eyes refreshed and ready for the rest of your day.

Me, lying in savsana, covered in a cozy blanket.