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Finding focus and stability in standing poses
Today’s session focusses on finding stability in all the poses by creating an anchor to stabilise the body and the mind.
Quieter sequence suited for menstrual cycle
This sequence is aimed towards opening the chest, the groins, and lower pelvic region, as well as quietening the nervous system.
Menstruation practice for second half of cycle
This sequence can be practised during the second part of the menstrual cycle, when our energy may be a bit stronger, or when you are wanting to create some hip and groin opening, using supports as needed to lessen any load when stiff or fatigued.
Building awareness and focus through standing poses and preparatory inversions
This short sequence helps to connect the actions that integrate the upper and lower body in Dog Pose and a few preparatory inversion poses leading into the standing poses.
A short session focusing on hips and abdominals.
This 40-minute session brings us into the shoulders, upper back, abdominals, and hips.
Short Post-Exercise Session
A short yoga session to cool down and to come back to neutral after a run or physical exercise.
Short Pre-Exercise Sequence
Yoga can play a good part in preparing mentally and physically for a big walk, a run, or a bout of exercise in general.
Building strength and flexibility with support
A short, 30-minute sequence to help you build flexibility through practicing standing poses and sitting forward bends with support.
Short restorative and nerve quietening sequence
A short restorative sequence that will quieten the mind and will help us become more inwardly observant and attentive.
Miscellaneous session for experienced students (420)
This is a slightly shorter and perhaps more diverse sequence than we might usually do at this level.
Iyengar Yoga for Beginners (No Props) Session 6
In this sequence, we will build on a few base poses, in standing and sitting, adding a little weight-bearing in the arms.
Iyengar Yoga for Beginners (No Props) Session 5
In this sequence you will go through the first part of the session a little more quickly: Dog Pose on the breath, repeating several times, all the standing poses done up to now, once each, and then adding in a twisting standing pose, Parivrtta Trikonasana, Reverse Triangle pose, introduced dynamically, on the breath.
Iyengar yoga for beginners class 5
The aim of these first five Beginner classes is to guide you towards becoming a little more familiar with some of the principles of a basic Iyengar Yoga practice: foundation, stability, focus, and self-observation.
Iyengar yoga for beginners class 4
This sequence begins with lying back over blankets in Simple Cross Legs to open the chest and quieten the mind, before coming up to standing in Tadasana, feet apart, and going through some basic arm variation actions to open the chest and to release stiffness in the shoulders and upper back.
Iyengar Yoga for Beginners (No Props) Session 3
Session 3 will add an extra shoulder-opening variation, and continue with the Standing Poses already practised and one new addition.
Iyengar Yoga for Beginners (No Props) Session 4
As you become more familiar with the poses, you may find that you start to understand and remember the instructions given about how to come into the pose.
Restorative and pranayama for experienced students (419)
This session is a little shorter than usual, where we take time to settle into a few quiet postures to prepare for pranayama.
Iyengar Yoga for Beginners (No Props) Session 2
The second session of the Beginners course will continue with some shoulder-opening poses, a review of the standing poses, and a few more sitting pose options to open into the hips and groins.