A 60 min. practice of Yin Yoga. (There is also a half-way mark which is pointed out – it is an appropriate stopping point if you need a shorter practice) Find sanctuary and quiet in long-held postures. You will needs some props like several blankets and/or pillows and a sense of experimentation as you guide yourself into the long-held stretches.
This Passage from the TaoDeJing is fruitful inspiration for Yin Yoga practice:
By attrition he reaches a state of inaction
Wherein he does nothing, but nothing remains undone.
To conquer the world, accomplish nothing;
If you must accomplish something,
The world remains beyond conquest.
See Bernie Clark’s wonderful website for more information on this quiet practice.