You will need to have a fair amount of yoga experience to attempt this sequence as the pace is relatively fast and the flow is continuous.
Playlist - Mobility
The Mobility sequences are relatively fast-paced as compared with the other 4 disciplines. They are comparable to a style of yoga known as vinyasa or flow. It is one of the more difficult series in the collection and the videos get more challenging as you work through them—working on the foundations and building up from there. If you are fairly flexible, they are great to do early in the day to get your heart pumping.
The aim of the Mobility sequences is to break you out of habitual patterns and incorporate a more diverse range of movements in your training.
In this sequence, we flow through a series of Low Lunge variations to loosen up the hips and hamstrings and finish with some core exercises.
This sequence is relatively fast-paced. It requires good balance, coordination and reaction speed. Focus on refining your movements.
This is a great routine to warm up the body and activate the core. As athletes, there is a tendency for your spine to get stuck in certain places.
This fast-paced routine loosens up the hips, strengthens the wrists and shoulders and rotates the spine. It's a veritable smorgasbord of yoga skills.
This sequence takes place mostly in the sagittal plane (flexion/extension) which gives you a great opportunity to practice and refine your alignment.
This sequence trains mobility, flexibility and strength. It's great for opening up the hips, improving spinal mobility and strengthening the core.
This sequence is a total workout for the hips. We open up the hips flexors, groin and outer hips with progressively more intense poses.
This sequence builds strength in the legs, hips and core. It requires a high degree of mobility, stability, flexibility and balance.
This sequence is a series of mobility drills for the feet, knees, hips, spine and shoulders. It's a great one to get your heart pumping.
This tricky sequence requires flexibility, strength and balance. Try to see how effortless and smooth you can make your movements.
In this sequence, we warm up the body with a fairly simple High Lunge sequence before launching into some challenging balancing poses.
You can use this sequence as a barometer to see how your mobility and flexibility are improving. It climaxes with Wheel pose.
In this sequence, try to synchronise your breath and movement. I'll cue the inhalations and exhalations. See if you can stay focused throughout.