Long day? Unwind with this slow evening yoga routine

Evenings are a great time for yoga. A relaxing nightly yoga session can improve your sleep, protect you against stress and relieve tension in your body. Let our expert Deborah Quibell guide you through a sequence of close-to-the-ground poses that will help you unwind and create space in your body and mind—even after the most hectic of days. 


We all know that it’s important to take some time to chill out before we call it a day. But scrolling through social media or binging Netflix on your laptop before bed only seem to sabotage your sense of inner peace. So why not swap your evening screen time for a slow, gentle yoga routine?


This evening yoga sequence will soothe your body & mind into a state of deep relaxation. Slowly flowing through a series of close-to-the-ground poses, you’ll end your day feeling centered and calm.



Deborah Quibell

Deborah Quibell

Professional writer, healer and teacher Deborah Anne Quibell believes passionately in breathing grounded knowledge from scholarly pursuits into the fields of yoga and spirituality. A senior instructor for the Institute for Inner Studies, she holds a PhD in Depth Psychology and teaches Pranic Healing as well as yoga and meditation in studio, corporate and online environments.