Moving with sound, letting sound move the body, releasing through sound
Balasana (Child’s Pose) - Considered a restorative asana, child’s pose relieves neck tension and pain, which contribute to blockages in the throat chakra.
Halasana (Plow) - This position stretches the spine and shoulders as it stimulates the thyroid gland and activates the fifth chakra.
Kapotasana (King Pigeon) - This backbend stretches the entire front of the body, including the throat. By easing the head back, the throat chakra opens to allow for healthy energy flow.
Matsyasana (Fish) - Not only does this pose stretch the neck, it also strengthens the neck muscles needed to balance and stimulate the throat chakra.
Purvottanasana (Upward Plank) - As the shoulders and arms are stretched in upward plank, the head eases back to dispel blockages and open the fifth chakra.
Salamba Sirsasana (Supported Headstand) - Although it’s intended to strengthen the arms, legs, and spine, the supported headstand also strengthens the lungs and stimulates the throat chakra.
Salamba Sarvangasana (Supported Shoulderstand) - Benefiting the shoulders and neck, the supported shoulderstand is another pose that’s great for stimulating the thyroid gland and opening the vishuddha chakra.
Setu Bandha Sarvangasana (Bridge) - Stretching the spine, chest, and neck, bridge stimulates the thyroid and lungs and helps open and activate the throat chakra.
Chanting: General toning
Ether or sound as element, resonance, harmony, vibration, sixteen petals, downward triangle
Press the pads of index fingers together.