A Sequence to Boost Your Energy

This time of year, things can be  super busy. We are often left feeling exhausted and we're only half way through our list.

Here is a short Ki Yoga sequence to help boost your Kidney meridian energy. When Kidney is in balance you feel motivated and flow through life's challenges with ease. 

If any part of this sequence causes discomfort or pain, discontinue the practice. 

Lay on your front
Arms reaching forward

As you exhale, raise the opposite arm and leg.
Alternate sides (almost as if you are swimming)

Repeat 8 times on each side.

Press your hands into the floor underneath your shoulders

As you exhale, gently lift your chest and feet, keeping your hands pressed into the floor.
Inhale down.

Repeat 6 times.

Sit with one leg extended and the other foot resting at the thigh.
Start by sitting straight. Raise your arms to shoulder height.

As you exhale, gently lean back to a 45 degree angle.
As you inhale move back to center.
Exhale, move forward reaching to the knee, shin, ankle or foot whichever suits you.

Inhale back to center.

Repeat the whole sequence 3 times.

Sit with one leg out to the side, the other foot into the center.

Reach out to the extended leg and reach the opposite arm over. Look up under the arm.

Rest in this posture 1 to 3 minutes (ensuring you remain comfortable the whole time)

Repeat on the opposite side.

Take time to Rest after your practice.

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About the Author

Liama Aesha has been a Shiatsu Practitioner for 17 years and a Yoga Teacher for 10 years.

She owns her own clinic and Yoga studio in Dee Why. She believes in empowering her clients with the knowledge to understand their own health and to give them the best tools to use as and when they require.

Registered Member of Shiatsu Therapy Association, Australia.
Registered Level 2 Teacher with Yoga Australia
Registered Yoga Therapist with Yoga Australia

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