Gentle Flow combines Box Breathing, spine mobilisation and poses designed to open up the hips. Breathe, relax and stay focussed.
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This gentle cool-down is designed to completely relax you after a workout—to release tight muscles and calm the central nervous system.
This sequence systematically mobilises all your major joints—the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, spine, knees and ankles.
This 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.
In this sequence, we flow through poses that stretch your spine in all directions and finish with a Progressive Muscle Relaxation.
This sequence uses three techniques to help clear your mind—a breathing exercise, series of balancing poses, and a short meditation.
This routine is one of my favourites to get the blood pumping, stretch out achey muscles, mobilise the spine and loosen up the hips.
This is a gentle sequence you can do if you're feeling achy from over-training, working hard or exhausting travel commitments.
This sequence is designed to loosen up the neck, shoulders, spine and back—releasing tension throughout your body to alleviate areas of pain.
In this routine, we break down the basic yoga poses, as well as Sun Salutation A—a classic series of postures linked together into a flow.
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.
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 builds strength in the legs, hips and core. It requires a high degree of mobility, stability, flexibility and balance.
This tricky sequence requires flexibility, strength and balance. Try to see how effortless and smooth you can make your movements.
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, we flow smoothly through a continuous series of poses designed to increase flexibility and train new movement patterns.
This sequence 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.
In this back-bending sequence, we flex and extend the spine before moving through progressively deeper and more intense backbends.
This is a nice one to loosen up the joints—the ankles, knees, hips, spine, shoulders, elbows and wrists. Try to maintain good alignment throughout.
This relaxing sequence is designed to loosen up your hips, spine and shoulders. It's a great one to do after a workout or at the end of a long day.
In this balance sequence, focus and control are the aim of the game. Try to keep your transitions smooth and to hold the poses as still as you can.
This sequence is designed to help you wind down. It's a good one to do at the end of the day to transition you into a night of deep and restful sleep.
In this challenging sequence, we flow through some Sun Salutation variations, to strengthen the hands, wrists, shoulders, chest and core.
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.
Don't let anyone tell you that yoga is easy. This sequence is designed to give your upper body—chest, arms and shoulders—a serious workout.
In this sequence we train both core strength and core flexibility. This has great benefits for performance and for reducing the risk of injury.
In this sequence, we flow through Sun Salutation A + B, Lunge Salute and a hip-opening Sun Salutation to stretch muscles throughout the body.
Depending on the flexibility of your quads and hip flexors, this sequence is either going to be incredibly hard or a walk in the park.
In this sequence we open up the hip flexors, stretch the chest and activate the glutes, in preparation for one of the deepest yoga backbends.
This sequence focuses on spinal extension. Backbends counteract the rounding-forward seated position so prevalent in the modern workplace.
In this beginner yoga sequence, we increase flexibility in muscles throughout the body and get to know some of the basic yoga poses.
In this sequence, we bend the spine forwards, backwards, side to side and in rotation, and finish with Progressive Muscle Relaxation.
When you slow down your movements, you can actually feel what's going on in your body much better than you thought you could.
This sequence is a doozie for both upper and lower back pain. We mobilise the spine and stretch the hips, back, calves and hamstrings.
In this gentle sequence we loosen up the calves, hamstrings, hips, back and shoulders to let go of tension and slow down your mind.
This relaxing sequence is focussed primarily on the lower back. If you have weakness or pain here, please listen carefully to your body.
In this relaxing sequence, we loosen up the neck and shoulders, stretch the outer hips and glutes and release tension at the lower back.
This sequence is designed to release tightness, increase mobility throughout your body and relieve lingering aches and pains, naturally.
In this gentle sequence, we stretch the sides, release the lower back and open up the hips. Try to see how easy you can make your breath.
This sequence is designed to loosen up the spine, hips, shoulders and backs of the legs to improve suppleness and fluidity of movement.
This routine focuses on upper body mobility and deeper stretches for the calves, hamstrings and groin. We start with Box Breathing for focus.
This backbending sequence involves a couple of trickier poses. It's a nice, lazy flow to try if you've been practicing for at least a few months.
This routine challenges balance, strength, body control, flexibility and endurance. We hold some tough poses, so get ready to shake.
This challenging, twisting balance sequence builds strength, improves spinal mobility and stretches muscles throughout the body.
This routine is one trick after another. Sequencing these complex poses improves coordination, agility, body control and enhances mental focus.