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Yoga On The Beach | Calm Yoga For Anxiety

I don’t know about you, but yoga on the beach always makes me feel almost immediately calm; I find this to be a nearly instant remedy, calm yoga for anxiety. 

In this flow, you’ll find yoga on the beach that is calm yoga for anxiety, going through poses such as child’s pose, cat cow, inversions such as downward dog, dolphin pose, and thread the needle.

Ready to dive in? This yoga flow is a short 17-minute yoga on the beach flow. We’ll use the power of our breath and a mantra (a saying we practice as we inhale and exhale) to help get our mind and body into unison. 

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Notes About This Video

This yoga on the video was filmed in an outdoor location with a lot of elements. If you’re sensitive to wind sounds or have any high sensitivities, we highly encourage you to select another video from our library.

Yoga On The Beach: Calm Yoga For Anxiety Video

Enjoy Friends! Leave a comment letting me know how you feel after! 

Mantra wallpaper / phone background

Did you love the mantra in this calm yoga for anxiety yoga flow? You can download it as a screensaver with this photo! (right click or press down on the photo to save it!) Set it on your phone to let this mantra stay with you throughout your week ahead!

beach with mountain rock and lighthouse in the back ground with text that says "inhale calm exhale surrender"

Yoga on the beach | Poses

In case you need any props or modifications for certain poses, here are the yoga poses we’ll be doing in this yoga on the beach video:

  • Extended Child’s Pose
    • if this pose bothers your knees, consider placing a towel or blanket underneath you to give you more cushion
    • If this pose causes pain in your hips put your knees together and drape your arms to your sides, hands pointing behind you.
  • Table Top
    • If this causes pain in your knees, consider placing a towel or blanket for more cushion under your knees.
  • Cat Cow
    • Skip cow pose if you are pregnant
  • Downward Facing Dog
    • If this pose bothers your wrists, focus on putting weight into your fingertips instead of the bottom of your palms
  • Dolphin Pose
    • This can be more of an advanced pose, so if you’re feeling like it’s too much, consider dropping to your knees into a puppy pose.
  • Forearm Plank
    • Feel free to drop to your knees if this is too intense.
  • Sphinx
  • Puppy Pose
  • Thread The Needle
  • Cow face
  • Seated Forward Fold
    • You can place a block or blanket underneath your hips to give you more length in your spine.
  • Corpse Pose
    •  a pillow or blanket under your knees can give your low back support in this pose.

Yoga On The Beach | Tips

Mat Optional But It Helps

Having a yoga mat isn’t necessary, though it helps with grip and padding. A soft rug or large towel will do.

If you’re looking for a great yoga mat, we love cork yoga mats because they are environmentally friendly and chemical free for you too!

For more tips on how to create  a yoga space at home check out our guide!

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If you love my yoga pants (I loved them so much I have two colors, lol). They are actually compression yoga pants which help with one of my own chronic illnesses to keep my blood flow up. They are also helpful to travel in too!


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