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Tuesday Level 3 Class (5) (Standing Poses)
In this week's class, we will be focussing on alignment and evenness in our standing poses.
Wednesday Advanced Class (Miscellaneous/Balancings/Hips)
A miscellaneous live class for advanced students where we focus on developing strength and mobility in our hips and knees.
Wednesday Advanced Class (Restorative/Pranayama)
This is a restorative live session aimed at advanced students.
Tuesday Level 3 Class (3)(Pranayama/Restorative)
This is a quiet, restorative class in which students will get a chance to gain additional insight into their practice.
Tuesday Level 3 Class (2)(Backbends)
The second class in our Level 3 class series.
Wednesday Advanced Class (Forward Bends)
This is the second class in our live series directed at advanced students, and today we will be focussing mainly on forward bends.
Basic pranayama session 2
This session aims to build on your basic Pranayama experience.
Basic pranayama session 1
This is a simple lying sequence for Pranayama which is suitable for those who are new to Pranayama or who are looking for a basic session.
Miscellaneous session with a hip focus
This sequence aims primarily at working into the hips. The feet and legs are also important to be able to gain even access into the hip joints.
Sitting and forward bends with hip focus
All forward bends will affect the hips, but today's session draws more specific attention to that area.
Standing poses with focus on hips
This session uses various standing poses to bring extra focus to the hips.
Consciousness in Our Yoga Practice
According to yogic tradition, the consciousness can be divided into four aspects: manas (mind), ahankara (I’ness), buddhi (intellect), and chitta (cosmic intelligence).
Weight-bearing and balance poses to build confidence and bone density
This session focusses on weight-bearing poses to help build confidence and balance, tone our muscles, and maintain good bone density throughout.
Alternatives to Shoulderstand
There are times when you may need a Shoulderstand alternative in order to avoid full weight-bearing onto the neck e.g due to a crick in the neck or general neck or shoulder issues.
Building stability and focus in restorative poses
We can build focus also through restorative poses by keeping our attention on the supports we use, on how they affect the body, and by observing what our breath and attention are doing throughout.
Developing stability and focus using supports
This session aims to bring awareness to the peripheral limbs and core of our bodies.