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.
Bonjour, yogis! Can you hear those French birds chirping? Filmed in this beautiful garden in the French countryside of Hodent, this is a very short, grounding practice perfect for anytime you need a reset! We start with a little meditation to get grounded and move into some spinal awakening, a nice release for your shoulders, neck and upper back, deep breathing and then love for your hips, quads and hamstrings. If you've been sitting too long, if it's one of those days when you're starting to wonder how you're going to find the time to take care of yourself, fear not. C'est si bon!
A seemingly simple, yet deceptively intricate practice that aims to help you cultivate a deeper sense of awareness of both mind and body, as well as an understanding of how to make sure your practice meets your ever-changing daily needs... enjoy!
A short pranayama practice focusing on Nadi Shodana, otherwise known as "alternate nostril breathing." Perfect for when you only have a few minutes to cultivate a state of deep calm and clarity. Enjoy!
In this offering, we wind it down for a simple bedtime flow. Practice begins with a meditation moment to scan the body, breath and spirit. We get into fluid movement with opportunities to hold for more intentional opening. Dhaujee closes us out with gentle breath and meditation to call our energy back to our body for a restful night's sleep. Happy resting!
In the mood for something a little different? This practice is designed to help you feel familiar poses in a whole new way that might just help you access some new possibilities. Bring an open mind and a willing body.. and enjoy!
A short pranayama practice focusing on Kumbhaka, otherwise known as "breath retention." Perfect as an introduction to help prepare you for longer pranayama practices, or for when you only have a few minutes to get centered and figure out how to put your best foot forward. Enjoy!