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I know the room looks crowded but I wanted to be able to fit everyone in, and actually, it all worked out fine. Here's the system: After completing a pose/station, Row 1 would crawl back to Row 2, Row 2 would crawl back to Row 3, and Row 3 is the only row where the peeps have to get up to move, making their way up to Row 1.
I am pleased to have thought of this hybrid style class, combining the prop efficiency of Restorative Stations with the more comfortable method of staying on your own mat. This layout allowed my students to experience multiple Restorative postures with minimal moving around the room.
Here's a few pictures of the actual set up:
Here's the pose order:
Row 1 was Laying on the Therapeutic Spinal Strip and Supported Bridge Pose.
Row 2 was Side Seated Reclining Twist and Supported Child's Pose.
Row 3 was Legs on a Chair Pose.