In this sequence, we start with a few rounds of Box-Breathing, mobilise the spine and open up the hips. Try to stay present as you gradually unwind.
Playlist - Training
This series is ideal if you’re looking to schedule your yoga practice around your training. There are sequences to do before and after your workout, at different times of the day and on your rest day to support athletic recovery. The routines in level of difficulty and cover all 5 of the Yoga 15 disciplines. They are great to go back to time and again when you’ve worked out which are your favourites.
This pre-workout activation is designed to activate the core and the posterior chain—calves, hamstrings, glutes, upper and lower back.
This gentle cool-down is designed to completely relax you after a workout—to release tight muscles and calm the central nervous system.
This comprehensive post-workout stretch focuses on the calves and hamstrings, glutes, quads and hip flexors, chest, shoulders and triceps.
"A hard physical challenge must be met with an equally intense recovery. That’s one of the most profound lessons that yoga taught me."
This core strength and balancing sequence gets straight into it—culminating in Crow—a fun and challenging arm balance.
This gentle sequence is designed to alleviate lower back pain. It's a short version of the one-hour video, for days when you're pushed for time.
This sequence systematically mobilises all your major joints—the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, spine, knees and ankles.
You can practice this 15-minute savasana—that includes a guided body scan—at the end of your routine, post-workout or before bed.
This gentle post-workout sequence stretches out the ankles, calves, hamstrings, hip flexors, groin, glutes, piriformis, chest and shoulders.
This sequence combines static stretching and joint mobilisation to loosen you up from head to toe and get you moving like an athlete.
You can practice this static stretching sequence after a workout to release tension in the muscles that you've been working during your session.
The first half of this routine focuses on increasing mobility in the spine and upper body and the second half on opening up the hips.
This routine is a tough strength and balance workout, designed to condition the entire body—with a strong focus on the core.
This sequence is designed to address the common muscular imbalances experienced by athletes that correlate with lower back pain.