A similar practice to Yoga For All, with added pranayama and a brightness to help you start the day the right way.
Something that has been hard to find this year, balance and stability, so we find it within ourselves.
Find freedom between the stimuli and the response. What's working? What isn't? What do you do to make yourself feel nourished and well?
Breathe deep, move slowly, and check in. This is an accessible practice, great for those new to yoga.
Feeling flat. Jump up. Move. Breathe. Balance and flow.
Breathe into the heart. Let her be heard.
Play around with your balance, open your arms wide and give yourself permission to bloom.
Wake up and make your way onto your mat. Cultivate a deeper breath and ease into the spine. a perfect way to start the day.
Wake up the hips, hamstrings and core. Paying special attention to the spine. take a deep breath and start your morning with some accessible yoga!
Lunge away the blues, open the hips, hamstrings and back in this quick fire class!
Wake Up the legs, finding your strength and stability through the lower part of the body.
Open the heart, body and mind in this accessible yoga practice.
Opening the hips, waking up the body with a running theme of learning to let go of attachment.
Come back the basics, hold postures for a little longer to build your strength and inner determination.
Not every standing practice has to be a strong masculine flow, unfold and release the whole body in this refreshing standing somatic movement flow.
Reset the body and mind.
An invigorating practice, breathe space and fluidity into the spine and find strength and stability in the core and legs, the perfect wake up call!
Grab a block (or hefty book) and reset tight hips in this quick standing practice.
A combination of warming the body slowly, focusing on pranayama (breathing exercises), and an asana practice inspired by Hatha Yoga.
If you don't have much time and you want to get straight into your practice, this one will do the trick for you.
Burn off the Christmas slump with energising and wakeful practice.
Start off moving small, then flow and open up. Setting you up for the best day.