*Wow I am a night owl 🦉 3:46 am here who sometimes suffers horrible anxiety at night & it keeps me up!! In desperation I chose this video to help me calm down!!*
*Well it worked!! ☺️☺️☺️ I’m feeling so much better!! Felt so in sync with Erica like she was next to me in person!! Wow!! Feeling brand new!! Lol This is amazing!! I’m ready for bed now!! Goodnight!!* 💤😴🌙😘
This helped me to relax. It also helped with my back pain. I actually did this this morning. However, I am a night owl. I feel totally relaxed. I have an exam to take so I know this will help to do very well in it. Your hair looks fabulous. I really did enjoy the quiet morning to here the birds chirp. I know that I will continue with other videos of yours. By the way this was my first time. I am excited to see so much more. Thank you from the bottom of my heart❤❤❤.
A great relaxation video, it was almost perfect until she started talking about her hair and leaving it down and its messy- had nothing to do with the yoga lesson. otherwise its a good video. I did this at 9.30am Virgin Islands time. Yoga TX have great relaxation yoga before bed without the hair talk and me talk.
Tried it around 12:10 a.m., quit at 12:24 a.m. I can't do child's with knees together, and when I did it with knees apart, it seemed like it too so long to do this move and my knees were burning. I'm not really comfortable with this yoga. Not attempting it again.
I started at eleven pm as Im usually still up at 5am or so as I do tend to struggle quite often, Im just trying new things to try Improve my sleeping pattern and I found this really helpful. This is the first time Ive done it n hopefully soon i'll be asleep like a baby =) thank you for your video =)
I watch first thing in the morning to help with joint pain and inflammation with my arthritis. I’m trying to follow it with your yoga for weight loss #1 but can only get through the first half for now! Great stretches and my hip and back pain is getting better every day!
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