Upper Body Strength 3 is focused on building strength in the wrists and shoulders with isometric holds and concentric-eccentric contractions.
This Pre-Workout Activation is designed to activate the core and the posterior chain—calves, hamstrings, glutes, upper and lower back.
Core Power is designed to strengthen your abs, obliques and lower back. Try to include 2-3 core workouts in your training every week.
Revolver is a challenging, twist and balance sequence that requires significant proprioceptive ability and a high degree of body control.
In this sequence, we step up the pace. It’s great for improving your balance and also for increasing your hip strength and flexibility.
This core power sequence gets straight into it. It’s an advanced routine that uses balance poses to build core strength and stability.
Gentle Flow combines Box Breathing, spine mobilisation and poses designed to open up the hips. Breathe, relax and stay focussed.
This comprehensive Post-Workout Stretch focuses on the calves and hamstrings, glutes, quads and hip flexors, chest, shoulders and triceps.
This gentle cool-down is designed to help you wind down and loosen up after a workout. It’s also a great one to practise in the morning.
Hip-Opening Twists stretches the hip flexors, groin, glutes, TFL, hamstrings and calves. We finish with an extended body scan meditation.
Achy Body is a relaxing sequence that you can do if you’re feeling sore from over-training, working hard or exhausting travel commitments.
Sidebends and Hip Openers mobilises the spine, stretches the sides and opens up the hips. We finish with a short breath meditation.
Morning Flow is one of my favourites—to clear the mind and loosen up the body. Slow flow sequences like this one are a great way to start your day.
Hips And Hamstrings is a great gentle sequence to do after a workout. We stretch the calves, hamstrings, hip flexors, groin, glutes and piriformis.
Beginner Sidebends stretches muscles throughout the body, focussing especially on the shoulders, obliques and intercostals.