Let’s look at the benefits of the practice. Notice I said practice. Just remember “one must practice to master”, so daily practice is key. Practice movements to facilitate renew or restored strength, and flexibility. Builds and develops a supple spine and a strong nervous system. The nervous system has been known to some as the second heart. When the nervous systems in balanced the parasympathetic and sympathetic system works together creating great calm. When flowing in the practice the poses encourage digestion, assimilation and elimination. The body’s immune system is stimulated to maintain health. One of my favorite things that restorative yoga does is awakens positive emotions, self-confidence and eliminates depression. When this happens we are open to a higher realization of every thing, every body around us. Our world expands.