In this sequence, we'll learn some basic one-legged balancing poses. Don't be discouraged if you find these poses tricky to begin with.
Tag - Feet + Ankles
In this flow-style sequence, we step up the pace. It requires a good level of balance as well as familiarity with the classic standing poses.
This sequence is a test of balance, strength, body control and endurance. I ask you to hold some difficult poses, so get ready to shake.
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, you can play around with closing your eyes. Notice how it makes even simple poses so much more challenging for your stabilisers.
In yoga, forward bends are how we stretch the ankles, calves and hamstrings but please take care to modify if you have lower back issues.
This routine is designed to strengthen the feet, ankles, legs, knees, hips, quads and glutes. It's a great one for alleviating knee pain.
In this sequence, we introduce Sun Salutation B which is similar to Sun A but with some extra poses that build strength and endurance in the legs.
In this sequence, we hold some classic standing poses to build strength in the feet, ankles, knees, hips, quads, glutes and lower back.
This sequence is great for activating the glutes, mobilising the joints and firing up the muscles in your legs before your workout.
In this routine, we burn the quads and glutes in a sequence of Chair and Warrior pose variations, followed by some challenging balancing postures.
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.
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.
This sequence is relatively fast-paced. It requires good balance, coordination and reaction speed. Focus on refining your movements.
This sequence takes place mostly in the sagittal plane (flexion/extension) which gives you a great opportunity to practice and refine your alignment.