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Learning to develop and extend further in basic forward bends
This sequence aims to increase our understanding of forward bend actions.
Uplifting and Calming Sequence for General Level Students
This general-level sequence aims to combine two ways of practising: uplifting our energy and quietening our mind.
Restorative and seated pranayama session for general level students
This sequence is for students who are familiar with lying pranayama and who are ready to approach seated meditation with Ujjayi breathing.
Forward bends with emphasis on hips and hamstrings
This forward bend sequence is a little bit more dynamic than usual and will be good for anyone who is short on time and wishes to jump straight into the practice.
Basic Pranayama session with wall support
A basic Pranayama session, done mostly in the supine position.
Basic pranayama session (learning how to sit)
This pranayama session can be practised at any point during the day - in the early morning and later in the evening - whenever you feel like doing a quieter, more soothing yoga session.
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.
Cooling restorative session with hip focus
This sequence works very well when it is hot, if you are tired or if you are simply wanting a quiet but engaging practice.
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.
Backbends with a leg and hip focus
This sequence uses poses that work into the legs and hips to help prepare the upper back to come into the backbend poses.
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).
Action and Observation in Yoga
In today’s sequence, we will look more closely at the meaning of each of the practised asanas.
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.
Alternatives to Sirsasana
In today's short session, we will be looking closely at a set of alternative poses that can help us experience some of the benefits of Sirsasana without going into the full inversion.
Developing stability and focus using supports
This session aims to bring awareness to the peripheral limbs and core of our bodies.
Building stability and focus in backbends
Backbends help us to feel and to find the back of our bodies.