If you like lying body scans have you tried a seated body scan? Whether you’re doing it for centering, grounding, or meditation this short seated body scan will provide a little yoga to fit within your busy schedule.
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8-minute Seated body scan
At the beginning of all my yoga classes I will generally do a body scan. While I prefer doing a lying down scan for a full hour-long practice, for a shorter practice I’ll do a seated body scan. It’s a great way to center and ground before a physical yoga practice. But it’s also great for a guided meditation.
This scan will be seated on the floor, and lasts just 8-minutes which means it’s easy to fit into your busy schedule. I hope you give it a try!
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- Have you done a body scan before?
- Do you prefer a lying or seated body scan?
- Why do you enjoy doing a body scan?