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Writst, Shoulder and Neck Release
A session aiming to help release tightness in the shoulders and neck.
Engaging the Back Body and Legs in Backbends
This session brings our focus to the back of the body (ribcage, back of the legs) and helps us experience how the legs connect to the hips to support the spine in backbends.
Soothing Restorative Class for Experienced Students
This class focusses on releasing tension in such areas as the lower back, the neck and shoulders, the hips and legs.
Grounding and Observation in Backbends
In this intense session, advanced students and those in teacher training will be focussing mostly on backbends.
Restorative Session to Soften and Increase Capacity
After a relatively intense asana practice with a focus on inversions, we settle in for about an hour of contemplation in more static, less strenuous poses aimed at grounding us and bringing more awareness to our practice.
Weight Distribution and Alignment in Backbends
In this class, advanced students and those going through teacher training will look at how to apply the ideas of weight distribution and alignment, especially insofar as they're related to inversions and backbends.
Strengthening the Foundations for Seated Pranayama
In this class, we will be working on entering into a seated meditation session in a smooth way, through an asana practice focussed on strengthening the necessary foundations.
Gaining Insight Through Self-Observation
Why do we choose one variation rather than another?
Session for Menstrual Cramp Relief
A relaxing sequence especially suited for the menstrual cycle and for dealing with menstrual cramps.
Introduction to Backbends with Minimal Props (Beginners)
A slow-paced and relaxing introductory backbend sequence for beginners and all those looking to strengthen their backbend asana foundations.
The Concept of Timing in Standing Poses (Level 1/2)
A standing pose session dedicated to the exploration of timing, one of the key aspects of yoga practice.
Practising to Learn in Miscellaneous Yoga (Advanced)
Today's miscellaneous sequence for advanced students is a little less dynamic than usual because we will be exploring what it means to be "practising to learn" rather than "practising to do."
Methodical Approach to Observation in Iyengar Yoga (Advanced)
An advanced-level miscellaneous class focussing on a mixture of standing, sitting, and twisting poses, aimed at teaching students to observe the cues from their bodies in a more methodical way.
Standing Pose Foundations with Introduction to Twists (Beginners)
In this foundation standing pose sequence for beginners, we will review all the main standing poses and add an introduction to the Twisted Triangle, a pose that will help increase blood circulation in the lower back and abdomen, release tension in the spine, and improve hip mobility.
Encouraging Relaxation Through Use of Props (Level 1/2)
In this class, we will dedicate a lot of time to guided meditation lying down, during which Pixie will lead you to a place where you can simply let go and relax, little by little, both physically and mentally.
Turning Theory into Practice with Backbends (Level 3)
In this mixed standing pose and backbend class, we will observe how the things we know about the poses relate to the things we actually experience as we perform them.