In this routine, we break down some basic yoga poses, as well as Sun Salutation A—a classic sequence of poses linked together into a series.
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In these series, you’ll find sequences in all the different disciplines—strength, flexibility, mobility, relaxation and balance—so it is a good one to choose if your objective is to be a well-rounded athlete. You can choose what time of day you want to practice them and circle back to your favourites to refine your yoga skills—both physical and mental.
In this sequence, we flow through poses that stretch your spine in all directions and finish with a Progressive Muscle Relaxation.
In this sequence, we break down some of the basic yoga postures. You can practice it over and over until you feel like you have them mastered.
This sequence is designed to loosen up the neck, shoulders, spine and back—releasing tension throughout your body to alleviate areas of pain.
When I do a sequence like this in the morning, I feel pretty bulletproof. It's a great way to stretch out the kinks and get your body moving.
This is a gentle sequence you can do if you're feeling achy from over-training, working too hard or exhausting travel commitments.
This routine is one of my favourites to get the blood pumping, stretch out achey muscles, mobilise the spine and loosen up the hips.
This gentle seated sequence is designed to release tightness in the neck and shoulders, improve t-spine mobility and relieve upper back pain.
This routine is designed to keep lower back pain at bay—loosening up the hips, hamstrings, groin and glutes and maintaining core strength.
This flow sequence moves pretty fast. It's designed to get the blood pumping and your heart rate up. It focuses on the quads and hips.
In this sequence, we flow through some gentle stretching poses and finish with a soothing Body Scan Meditation. It’s pure indulgence.
This sequence uses three techniques to help clear your mind—a breathing exercise, series of balancing poses, and a short meditation.
You don't need any equipment for this standing sequence so you can practice it in your hotel, at work or even at the airport.
This sequence is designed to strengthen the core—the abs, obliques, transverse abdominis, lower back muscles and pelvic floor.
This is a relaxing sequence that you can do at the end of the day—to help you wind down and prepare your body for a restful night's sleep.