This relaxing sequence is focussed primarily on the lower back. If you have weakness or pain here, please listen carefully to your body.
Tag - Abs + Obliques
This sequence is designed to release tightness, increase mobility throughout your body and relieve lingering aches and pains, naturally.
This sequence is a great one for mobilising the spine, stretching the sides of the body and opening up the hips. It's one of my favourites.
In this sequence, notice how challenging your balance requires stability in the hips and core. This can help to prevent lower back pain.
In this sequence, with play around with shifting your centre of gravity in poses that challenge and enhance your balance and coordination skills.
This complex sequence requires concentration, coordination and core strength. It simultaneously challenges balance and body control.
Training balance is a great way to build your powers of focus and concentration, which can be very useful, especially in competition.
In this video, twists, hip openers and core strengtheners challenge your balance, control and proprioception. It packs quite a punch.
This sequence links together a series of challenging balancing poses that build strength in the lower body—the feet, ankles, knees, quads and hips.
In this sequence, try to continually refine your alignment. This will help to create a sense of stability from which to work on your balance.
This is a fun one with some new variations to try. It requires good balancing skills as well as core strength and flexibility in the hips.
This routine is one trick after another. Sequencing these complex poses improves coordination, agility, body control and enhances mental focus.
In this beginner yoga sequence, we increase flexibility in muscles throughout the body and get to know some of the basic yoga poses.
This sequence focuses on spinal extension. Backbends counteract the rounding-forward seated position so prevalent in ten modern workplace.
This sequence combines standing, seated and reclining twists. Move mindfully through the poses, taking care not to over-rotate your spine.