The classic seated posture, sukhasana or easy pose is a great place to begin to open your hips, and work on lengthening your spine. A blanket may be helpful if you carry tension in the hips, you may also like to put blankets underneath each knee for support.
A introduction or re-introduction to a few pranayama techniques. We will practice three-part breathing, breath of fire and lions’s breath. Feel the benefits of creating space and time to tune in and turn on!
Staying open to possibilities - it can be one of the hardest aspects of yoga to master, and also one of the most beneficial. This practice aims to take you on a journey through both the familiar and the unfamiliar, with the intention of helping you cultivate a more open mind to be able to roll with life's inevitable ups and downs. Enjoy!
It's all about the breath, friends. This short meditation will take you through a few basic pranayama exercises to help you slow down and tune in so that you can be clear about what it is you need and how to go about giving it to yourself. Enjoy!
A perfect place to begin if you're new to meditation, curious about it, or think it might be too esoteric for you. If you struggle with anxiety, depression, racing thoughts, difficulty focusing and/or insomnia, this is for you!
The only constant in life is change. The more we contract from that reality, the more we suffer. This meditation is all about opening to change. We can't control circumstances, other people, or the weather, but we can work on the way we respond to what we're given, and see if we can trust, even when we don't understand. Life is a lot easier that way!
Starting out with an easy hip-opening and shoulder-opening sequence we build a basic flow step by step. Always coming back to the breath throughout the class. This class is at a slow, steady pace with lots of instruction so it's great for anyone who is new to yoga. The main emphasis of this class is opening the shoulders and hips. Have fun and don't forget to breathe!
Our third class in the Kids' Yoga course! Before bed, or any time your young one needs to calm down! Lots of breath and forward folding to calm the nervous system. Guided meditation into savasana (or bed :))