A 12 minute heat builder for legs and abdominals with a rewarding relaxation. A relaxed approach to building your strength.
12 minutes of pure relaxation. A guided stretch of the body followed by a warming lie down in Savasana, allowing the body to absorb simple ambient sounds.
Sometimes all we need is a 5 min recovery. This sequence will help you create space in the body and concludes with the ultimate all body restoration by comfortably raising the legs.
This sequence will help you build on your upper body strength and rewards you with a simple relaxation. Only 7 mins long, this is the perfect evening pause.
If you are looking to simply relax after a busy day, this is perfect for you. A guided stretch of the
body, followed by a warming lie down in Savasana along with simple ambient sounds.
A 5 – 6 min relatively strong sequence to tune you into the deep Psoas muscles at either side of the pelvis which we habitually use in walking, sitting and other everyday movements. Consciously lengthening this muscle with support from the abdominal muscles creates a deep intuitive awakening stretch in the abdominal and pelvic area. Credit: to Yoga Teacher, Tara… Read More
A 5 – 6 min standing flowing session incorporating forward bends & gentle rotations. Take the pace easy in time with a lengthening breath & keep your knees bent until the lower back feels happy with the deepening, flowing, movements. Take a minute after the practice to reflect on any energy shift and enjoy arriving at stillness.
A 3 – 4 min warm up to help improve flexibility in the hips & tone abdominal muscles. Move at your own pace allowing a steady Ujjayi or ‘Ocean’Breath* to be cultivated to soothe the nervous system. *Ujjayi or Ocean Breath is a lengthened more audible breath achieved by gently contracting the back of… Read More
A 3 – 4 min seated warm up to help open the side of the body & build on your abdominal strength.
A 3 – 4 min kneeling warm up to help lengthen the spine, build a little upper body strength & connect with the ever present breath.