This sequence is designed to address the common muscular imbalances experienced by athletes that correlate with lower back pain.
This sequence systematically mobilises all your major joints—the neck, shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, spine, knees and ankles.
This sequence combines static stretching and joint mobilisation to loosen you up from head to toe and get you moving like an athlete.
This gentle cool-down is designed to completely relax you after a workout—to release tight muscles and calm the central nervous system.
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 back-bending sequence, we flex and extend the spine before moving through progressively deeper and more intense backbends.
Sidebends stretch muscles throughout the body, improve spinal mobility and alleviate pain in the lower back, shoulders and neck.
This pre-workout activation is designed to activate the core and the posterior chain—calves, hamstrings, glutes, upper and lower back.
An integrated core will maximise your power, speed and control in your sport as well as helping to protect you from persistent lower back pain.
“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 flow-style sequence, we step up the pace. It requires a good level of balance as well as familiarity with the classic standing poses.
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.
In this sequence, we bend the spine forwards, backwards, side to side and in rotation, and finish with Progressive Muscle Relaxation.
In this routine, we break down some basic yoga poses, as well as Sun Salutation A—a classic sequence of poses linked together into a series.
This sequence is a great one for mobilising the spine, stretching the sides of the body and opening up the hips. It’s one of my favourites.