Tag - Neck Pain

Bedtime Yoga is a relaxing sequence that you can do at the end of the day.

Bedtime Yoga ♦︎

Bedtime Yoga 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.


Unwind ♦︎

Unwind is designed to relax your body and quiet your mind. We bend the spine in all directions. It's great to do at the end of a long day.

Cat-Cow mobilises the spine.


Cat pose improves spinal mobility, stretches the upper back and shoulders, alleviates neck pain and relieves stress and tension.

Child is a deeply restorative yoga pose.


Child is the ultimate restorative pose. It's great to practice at the start of your session to bring you into your body and quiet your mind.

Ragdoll stretches the calves and hamstrings and releases the lower back.


Ragdoll releases tension at the lower back and stretches the calves and hamstrings. You can bend your knees as much as you need to.

Reclining Sidebend is a restorative reclining pose.

Reclining Sidebend

Reclining Sidebend is a restorative pose that stretches the entire length of the side body—especially the obliques, intercostals and shoulders.

Reclining Spinal Twist alleviates lower back pain.

Reclining Spinal Twist

Reclining Spinal Twist is a key pose for athletes that can help to alleviate lower back pain, neck pain and pain in between the shoulder blades.

Seated Sidebend can help to alleviate neck pain.

Seated Sidebend

Seated Sidebend is a beginner pose that opens up the hips, improves spinal mobility and stretches the obliques, lats and shoulders.

Seated Spinal Twist is a great TFL stretch.

Seated Spinal Twist

Seated Spinal Twist stretches the TFL, glutes, abs, obliques, back, chest, shoulders and neck and increases spinal mobility.

Seated Twist reduces stiffness in the neck and shoulders.

Seated Twist

Seated Twist is a gentle spinal twist that opens up the hips and stretches the chest, shoulders, upper and lower back. It's great for your posture.

Snake is a great chest opener.


Snake pose is a great postural counterpose that strengthens the mid back, lower back and glutes and opens up the chest and shoulders.

Thread-The-Needle is a beginner twist.


Thread-The-Needle pose is a warm-up twist that increases spinal mobility and can really help to alleviate pain in between the shoulder blades.