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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.
General Level Shoulders, Abdominals and Hips
This 40-minute session brings us into the shoulders, upper back, abdominals, and hips.
Experienced level Backbends with Focus on Urdhva Dhanurasana, with the legs holding the pose
This session aims to bring us into Urdhva Dhanurasana, with the body ready and the mind well focused.
Experienced level forward bends, emphasising leg and groin work (417)
This session focuses on paying close attention to the groin and leg actions which help to support the spine in its lengthening and forward movement.
Standing pose sequence with the whole back to the wall (216)
Today’s sequence is for finding where we are out of alignment.
Shoulders, abdominals plus inversions miscellaneous (215)
This week's miscellaneous class focuses on poses that work with the shoulders and abdominals.
Miscellaneous: shoulders, sitting and balancing for experienced students (415)
Poses to open the shoulders, some inversions, a few sitting and shoulder asana, and a few balancing postures. Led by Pixie Lillas.
Experienced level restorative and pranayama (414)
An experienced-level restorative and pranayama session taught by Pixie Lillas.
Energy-lifting backbends for general students (213)
Backbends should be practiced regularly. More than once a month. The bonus of a good backbend session is the energy and mood lift that comes with these poses.
Dynamic forward bend session (212)
An active forward bend sequence that aims to see what are the markers for going deeper into the forward bend action.
Forward bends with short timings for a extended range of poses (412)
Today's session uses relatively short timings in order to add a few extra postures into the sequence.
Standing Poses for Experienced Students (411)
This class takes the student through a classic standing pose sequence, emphasising certain actions to follow and things to observe as we come to each pose.
Shoulder-opening poses with restorative and pranayama (210)
This sequence starts with a few poses to open the shoulders and hips to bring some focus to the body before we start with the restorative and pranayama section.
Restorative and pranayama for experienced students (410)
This sequence is a little different from a straight restorative class, as I have started the session with some shoulder and upper back opening poses (Baddanguliyasana, Garudasana, and Paschima Namaskar, plus two extra actions to open the upper back area).