The idea is to only do one pose per day, at the end of each day, to help you unwind. Restorative yoga involves passive poses that you rest in for long periods of time—anywhere from five to 10 minutes—in order to stimulate and stretch your body’s connective tissues.\nTuesday\nSupported seated forward bend: Stretches hamstrings and inner thighs, releases tension along the spine. Quiets the mind and promotes focus, stimulates the sixth chakra, which activates intuition and wisdom.\nHow-to: Sit on a cushion on the floor with your legs extended on either side of a chair. Fold forward at the hips and rest your forehead and arms on the seat of the chair. Take deep, slow breaths through your nose and hold for three to five minutes.