A practice to re-balance , re-energise you and lift you through the midweek slump!
The focus is on the three lower chakras of the yoga energy body, which govern our legs, hips and pelvic area. You will need a strap.
A full length yoga class to create more space in your body. Our practice opens the sidelines or the body and also includes postures to benefit legs and hips.
A holistic practice with a focus on the seven main chakras, the focal points of the yoga energy body. Prana means primal energy. It’s not only the breath but the life force.
Let’s re-energise tired legs, stretch and open shoulders and the sides of the body.
We often push ourselves to attain a deeper forward or back bend; let’s learn to open and move the sides of our body more and change our habits. Side bends bring balance to the entire body. The intercostal muscles between the ribs are stretched -tight intercostal muscles can weaken our posture and result in neck and shoulder tension.
Sungreetings and more to help your week flow
The element fire or sun is associated with our solar plexus, around the navel. We will include some core strengthening exercises in our practice. Air is associated with the heart and lungs. The video includes gentle back bends, shoulder-opening postures and lateral stretches.
Mindful hip openers. Increase the rate of motion in your hip joints through releasing tension in the muscles, tendons and connective tissue that surrounds them.
The earth and water elements are associated with the legs, hips, pelvis and low back. These postures will strength and help to increase the range of motion in these areas.
Lateral stretches to give you energy. Opening the side lines of the body to make space: more space for your body, more space for your breath, more space for your brain.
A celebration of beautiful Mother Nature and the elements, earth, water, fire/sun, and air. A flowing Hatha yoga practice for the whole body.
How are your shoulders today?
Wood is the element for spring and signifies new growth. The month of May is the loveliest, and we honour the beauty of the trees in our practice.
Trees have strong roots and they draw up the earth's energy to the skies. We root down through our feet and from a strong stable foundation we can grow, flow, move, feel spacious and find stillness.
As we welcome Spring, twists and lateral stretches will help to reenergise and benefit the liver and digestive system.
Flowing, energising practice for a healthy spine.
The recipe for this practice is a strong pair of legs and arms, a focused in-breath balanced with relaxed shoulders, a calm out- breath and a pinch of patience!
Flow through your week and don’t rock the boat!
Easter, festival of rebirth: time to let go, strengthen and embrace change.
Gentle heart opening postures, lateral stretches, twists and a balancing challenge to ‘blossom into joy'.
Heart-opening and back-bending postures create spinal flexibility, correct alignment and enable effective respiration.
A flowing sequence to boost your energy. Some heart-opening postures, twists and hip openers to help you flow through the week!
Lateral stretches improve spinal flexibility and bring balance to the entire body. The intercostal muscles between the ribs are gently stretched to open up the rib cage and lungs, and improve breathing capacity. Tight intercostal muscles can weaken your posture, resulting in neck and shoulder tension.
A shorter practice to help you overcome the mid-week slump! Some gentle sun greetings to revitalise and seated postures to gently stretch you and ease away tension in the neck and shoulders.
A flowing, re-energising practice to welcome the spring. The wood element is associated with spring. It's a time of growth, renewal, and awakening. Wood is associated with vision and dreams. It may be a time to let go of stuff that no longer serves us and to create intentions for the year ahead.