This comprehensive post-workout stretch focuses on the calves and hamstrings, glutes, quads and hip flexors, chest, shoulders and triceps.
This core sequence is designed to strengthen your abs, obliques and lower back. Try to include 2-3 core workouts in your training every week.
This is a gentle sequence you can do if you’re feeling achy from over-training, working too hard or exhausting travel commitments.
This sequence systematically mobilises all your major joints—the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, spine, knees and ankles.
This routine is designed to strengthen the feet, ankles, legs, knees, hips, quads and glutes. It’s a great one for alleviating knee pain.
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.
When you slow down your movements, you can actually feel what’s going on in your body much better than you thought you could.
In this sequence, we flow through Sun Salutation A + B, Lunge Salute and a hip-opening Sun Salutation to stretch muscles throughout the body.
In this sequence, notice how challenging your balance builds stability in the hips and core. This can help to prevent lower back pain.
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.
“A hard physical challenge must be met with an equally intense recovery. That’s one of the most profound lessons that yoga taught me.”
In this sequence, we flow smoothly through a continuous series of poses designed to increase flexibility and train new movement patterns.
This pre-workout activation is designed to activate the core and the posterior chain—calves, hamstrings, glutes, upper and lower back.
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.
This core strength and balancing sequence gets straight into it—culminating in Crow—a fun and challenging arm balance.