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WHO'S IT FOR?
This one is for those who have practiced some yoga before. This series could be just the thing to reignite your love of movement and breathing, and inspire you to get into a more regular routine. Every day you'll receive an email which will motivate you to get on the mat and you'll be given a suggested class every day. What could be easier? No excuses, just roll out your mat and feel the difference a short yoga practice can make to your day.
Power to Go
20:01 | Dylan Ayaloo
Only 20 mins to spare from your busy schedule? Get some Power Yoga into your life. All levels - with improvers and advanced modifications. The time is now to get your heart pumping through power vinyasa and feel the flow
|20:01||Dylan Ayaloo||All Levels|
Ashtanga: Daily Express Practice
20:47 | Charlie Taylor-Rugman
Short on time but want a daily safe and steady Ashtanga sequence? Let Charlie guide you through a beginners-level sun salutation practice with 3 seated poses for those busy days. Beginners tip: Please follow Alicia’s modified poses during practice.
Warm Up, Cool down
20:53 | Jean Hall
The perfect 'bookend' class, which is beautiful for either side of the day, a lovely gentle, warm up, or a cool down and release the day. With long holds, deep twists and supported backbends, this is a really nourishing start of your day practice, or class to round off your day. For a weekend treat, we recommend following with Jean's Vinyasa class now your body is open. You will need a block.
Good Morning Flow
21:10 | Kirsty Norton
An energising way to start the day! A short, playful vinyasa yoga class ideal for the mornings. You will open up the backs of the legs and release tight hip flexors. Waking up the body and helping circulation, this vinyasa yoga class is a great way to make sure your day flows. Thanks to Wellicious for their gorgeous clothing!
Awaken to Yoga
22:59 | Jean Hall
This is a lovely, meditative, sweet and slow flow to warm up the body for the day. It is great for beginners as well as advanced yogis who want to take care of their bodies from the inside out. This practice would be wonderful to be used as a pre-curser to your morning meditation as Jean gently guides attention inward through the focus on the breath. This could also be used at the end of the day before your evening meditation. Jean guides you gently into the breath, gives great alignment guidance to some gentle backbends and lovely, long modified downward dogs. No better way to start, or indeed end the day. Props: Bolster or firm pillows
All About Your Core
24:05 | Naomi Absalom
A lovely slow flow which won't let you forget your strong core. With variations for beginners and advanced core-travellers this flow is ideal for creating strength and stability in the lower back as the abs strengthen.
Greet the day flow
26:01 | Jean Hall
Sweet and steady flow that builds to a deeper practice that includes full range of poses. Perfect as a daily morning practice or you need to hit re-set at lunch-time or after work. This full and flowing sequence weaves sun salutes, standing poses, balances, and floor poses .
Have Fun with Twists
28:53 | Dylan Ayaloo
This all levels twist yoga class focuses on having fun whilst twisting, using twists as a detox and refresher and pushing yourself to make the final twist challenge. A great way to refresh those cells to start the day or after the day.
28:16 | Jean Hall
Take this beautiful flowing sequence that uses sun salutation variations and weaves them through the practice. Great way to start the day.
Heat Your Body, Cool Your Nervous System
28:08 | Leila Sadeghee
In this class, Leila shares her own practice which helps her to deal with living in the modern, urban world. How she pulls her awareness away from struggle and into ease. This is a meditative, heating practice to cool the nervous system and support the immune system. The class is a fast-flowing and core-focused Anusara-Inspired vinyasa flow ending with plenty of supine twists.
Transitioning Your Core Vinyasa
29:04 | Naomi Absalom
A vinyasa class which gets going swiftly and focuses not just on poses but the movement between them. This gives a very thorough, but soulful core workout. A great class for strengthening the upper body, as well as lengthening.
30 min of Power
29:01 | Dylan Ayaloo
A fantastic full-on power yoga class but made shorter. A great idea if you're in a hurry. Join the yoga party whether you're an improver or intermediate, Dylan offers modifications for you all. The classic power warm-up with added twists, forward bends, back bends and inversions. So whether you’re waking up or on your lunch break you'll get your full yoga class.
Forrest Yoga: Intro to Forrest Yoga
29:28 | Kristi Rodelli
Kristi teaches a short practice as an introduction to Forrest yoga. She teaches the principles of how to work with strength but gently, with a released neck and strong core. She also shows us how to 'turbo' our shoulders in downward dog - your down dogs will never feel the same. A great practice if you don't have much time but need to strengthen whilst you release. Props: A block to sit on
Half An Hour Of Ashtanga
32:50 | Charlie Taylor-Rugman
This is a paired-down Ashtanga class, if you want the kick, but don't have the time. Perfect for mornings. With only one Sun Salutation of A and one of B, Charlie flows straight into some standing postures, some balances and seated postures for a shorter, but just as rounded Ashtanga yoga class.
36:37 | Zephyr Wildman
Dynamic core sequence which will challenge the strongest yogi or athlete and give strength to the rest of us. Zephyr brings real spirit to this core practice, prepare to work.
Wake Up with Morning Jivamukti
37:27 | Emma Henry
This shorter Jivamukti practice is perfect for the morning, or when you might be shorter on time, but it's a full-length class, no frills but expect thrills. The class includes juicy vinyasa sequences, twists, back and foreward bends, plus headstand. Everything you'd want to set you up for the day. You may need blocks and a blanket.
|37:27||Emma Henry||All Levels|
38:31 | Zephyr Wildman
Zephyr’s steady flowing morning practice builds from the floor up ”“ opening the lungs, legs and shoulders. This is a full spectrum class moving through a sweeping flowing vinyasa and offering harder modifications for improvers or easier ones if you need to back off. A favourite to inspire your your regular morning routine.
37:49 | Liz Lark
A strong, creative vinyasa sequence focusing around the Warrior poses. Beautiful, creative sequencing in this yoga class bringing strength, willpower and determination.Then a beautifully restorative, meditative counter-balance to the vinyasa sequence. The first part is intermediate, but we encourage improvers to just try - and everyone will enjoy the second, releasing part.
Forrest Yoga: Stand in your core
41:59 | Kristi Rodelli
This is an awesome, all levels Forrest practice. You will be sure to be inspired, re-ignited and energised with this carefully sequenced practice which uses a point of focus in the body to gain insights. There is a beautiful focus on the breath, starting with a fiery Sivananada breath some core work (it wouldn't be a Forrest practice without the core!), there are plenty of feisty standing poses to strengthen but with some fantastically releasing modifications. Props: block
Lift Your Spirits
41:46 | Aoife Kane
This vinyasa yoga class will get your heart moving and lift your spirits through a fast pace right from the very start and focusing on backbends. This class is a light-hearted way to start the day and will get you moving. Accessible for beginning intermediates with modifications, you will need a block.
Vinyasa for Empowerment
42:51 | Leila Sadeghee
Increase your empowerment, your brightness, your clarity through this creatively sequenced Anusara inspired vinyasa yoga class. This class is a beautiful reminder of our own empowerment and ability to transform how we can feel through our yoga practice. A beautifully sequenced, alignment-focused vinyasa yoga class which reminds us of having fun with yoga and physically embodying our personal power.