In this sequence, we flow smoothly through a continuous series of poses designed to increase flexibility and train new movement patterns.
In this sequence, we break down some of the basic yoga postures. You can practice it over and over until you feel like you have them mastered.
In this yoga for core strength routine we strengthen the abs, obliques, lower back and hips. Try to keep your core engaged 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.
This sequence systematically mobilises all your major joints—the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, spine, knees and ankles.
This sequence focuses on spinal extension. Backbends counteract the rounding-forward seated position so prevalent in the modern workplace.
In this sequence, we flow through some deeper hip openers—Lizard, Half Frog and Reclining Butterfly. It sounds like a trip to the zoo.
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 gentle sequence we loosen up the calves, hamstrings, hips, back and shoulders to let go of tension and slow down your mind.
This gentle post-workout sequence stretches out the ankles, calves, hamstrings, hip flexors, groin, glutes, piriformis, chest and shoulders.
In this upper body strength workout, we work the arms, shoulders, chest and core in a series of poses that are called arm balances in yoga.
This sequence combines twists and sidebends to stretch muscles throughout the body. Make sure that you are warmed up before you start.
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 core strength and balancing sequence gets straight into it—culminating in Crow—a fun and challenging arm balance.
This sequence is designed to address the common muscular imbalances experienced by athletes that correlate with lower back pain.