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A YOGA MIXTAPE
The lexicon of yoga styles can feel bewildering: Vinyasa, Forrest, Yin, Restorative, Ashtanga? Which one to pick? What are they all? Can’t decide which style might be your thing? Think of this course as a mixtape or selection box. In three weeks you can sample the best of the yoga styles we offer. Perhaps you’ll discover something new or get to try out the style you’ve been flirting with but never dared to try. We have specially selected accessible, all level classes in 10 styles. We love them all and hope that you’ll enjoy exploring this selection. Let us know if you discover any new favourites. This course is:
- All levels including beginners but requires physical mobility
- 20 classes
- Offers variety
- Great as a taster
Hold That Pose!
40:09 | Clive Fogelman
A yoga class of standing poses, these are the kind of poses that you will encounter during a vinyasa or faster moving hatha yoga class, but in today’s practice you’ll hold for longer than usual. This is ideal if you’re getting to know the poses, so you don’t want to hurry through poses, or if you prefer a deeper yoga class where less is more.This class is entirely wrist and sun-salutation free, perfect for those recovering from wrist and shoulder injuries.
|40:09||Clive Fogelman||All Levels|
Gentle Hatha Unwind
16:28 | Andrew McGonigle
A gentle hatha yoga class to help you to unwind stress and tension from your body. With simple, gentle movements to gently open the hips, relieve tension from the neck, shoulders and keep the back mobilised, this is the perfect bookend to your day, either as a gentle start to your morning, or after a busy day to gently unwind tension in your body to get you ready for the evening. You may need a strap, bolster and blocks.
Morning Reset Flow
32:36 | Adam Hocke
Start your day in the right way with this simple, down to earth vinyasa flow yoga class. Gentle yogic stretching and strengthening exercises open your body and mind for the day. Start your day with energy and focus with this all-around flow practice. This all-round yoga class includes a bit of everything everything (including sun salutations, half-moon, and crow postures) and focus on generating positive intention through breath. For all levels.
Grounding Flow for Hips
47:46 | Lucy McCarthy
A sweet grounding practice, fantastic for when you need to get some balance in your life. You will need a bolster for supported savasana.
Ashtanga Slowed Down
01:18:41 | Corrie Ananda
A full Ashtanga yoga class, but slowed down and with all the detail! If you're new to Ashtanga and are looking for detailed instruction through the full flow, this soft flow Ashtanga yoga flow for beginners is for you. Also a great tutorial style Ashtanga class for seasoned Ashtangis who want some more alignment detail from your class.
Variation on Ashtanga Primary Series
27:43 | Jean Hall
Following the basic underlying pattern sequence of the primary series but offered here with a gentle and modified approach so it’s accessible to all abilities and energy levels. You will need a strap, 2 foam blocks or a cushion, a chair and the wall.
Live at Yoga Garden Party: Scaravelli-Inspired: The Intelligence of the Shoulder Blade
55:56 | Catherine Annis
Find your body's inner intelligence. Explore the relationship between the shoulders, arms, ribs, upper spine and the breath. Learn how to soften through gentle, deliberate and focused subtle action. A subtle exploration into the shoulder socket. You may need a foam block. None of the movements made in this class are difficult, but the subtle movements are profound and can change the way you use your body in everyday life.
|55:56||Catherine Annis||All Levels|
The Psoas: A Workshop
53:54 | Catherine Annis
The psoas muscles are among the deepest muscles in our bodies. They are involved in almost every movement - from walking and running to sitting, and throughout our yoga practice. However, we often find it difficult to consciously feel them, or even know where they are within us. Join this class to learn where they are and some simple approaches to help with accessing this key area, and give it time and space to release. Working the Psoas be helpful for those with lower back pain, or who are feeling tired and lacking in energy. You will need a bolster and a belt.
|53:54||Catherine Annis||All Levels|
Forrest Yoga: Release & Transform
17:20 | Ana Forrest
Forrest Yoga's creatrix Ana Forrest introduces a revolutionary new way to move. She shows the Forrest yoga methods of releasing tension in the neck and shoulders, soothing stressed minds, building core strength and improving lower back strength. All in this short practice. Curious? We were and were blown away with Ana’s sequence.
Forrest Yoga Morning Wake Up Call
37:01 | Kristi Rodelli
Get ready for your day the Forrest way! Start with gentle pranayama, then get the strength you'll need for the day with core work, twists. Get moving with sun salutations and be open hearted for the rest of the day with chest openers. The perfect way to move into your day.
Morning Magic Six
09:57 | Andrea Kwiatkowski
The a perfect yoga class to begin the day if you're short on time. Just six yoga poses, perfect to warming up the day in the Jivamukti method.
The Magic Ten
12:30 | Lizzie Reumont
The Magic Ten are a Ten minute practice of key poses to get you moving if you have only 10 minutes. Great for getting you going in the morning. It's very simple, 10 minutes, 10 poses, 10 breaths in each including a handstand which you may need to practice against a wall. These will get you moving beautifully when you've no time for anything else.
Relax and Soothe into the Evening
25:28 | Andrea Kwiatkowski
This yin yoga class is entirely at the wall. This means that the wall will aid you to relax and deepen your positions, you can relax into the wall so that tension melts away. This class is the perfect antidote for after a busy day at work. Using a wall changes the bloodflow and improves circulation. You will need a bolster.
Calming and Centring
21:09 | Norman Blair
Gentle and quiet, calm and centered: the possibilities of Yin yoga are an appreciation of the gift of aliveness, just as we are. This class is gentle, calm and centred, featuring only a few poses, but with long, mindful holds, you'll find this class perfect for gently opening the body, and calming and centering the mind.
|21:09||Norman Blair||All Levels|
Restorative: Full Body Airing
17:34 | Naomi Absalom
A very peaceful guided restorative sequence, just a couple of poses and more focus on the meditative aspects of this very quiet practice. A brilliant way to end the day. You will need two blocks or a bolster.
|17:34||Naomi Absalom||All Levels|
43:41 | Clive Fogelman
A very peaceful restorative class which which great for giving yourself some nurture at the end of a busy day. Great to help you to relax before you go to sleep, only a few, deep poses and plenty of guided visualisations/meditations. You will need cushions or a bolster.
23:32 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
This qigong flow practice starts with some warmups for the joints, cultivation of qi between the hands, and then moves into what we think of as “water salutations” – fluid movements that feel like the equivalent of yoga’s sun salutations. It’s a practice that warms the body, actively stimulates, guides and moves the qi, and helps to quiet the mind. Enjoy!
Gentle Yoga to Nourish and Support Series: (3) Between Heaven & Earth
21:10 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
Building on the last class’s focus on rooting to rise, this yoga qi-gong class builds a combination of strength and softness in the arms and hands and upper and lower body. Bring energy upward from stable roots to the spine. We will work to lengthen it and feel how our bodies can become a healthy and nourished axis between heaven and earth.
|21:10||Mimi Kuo-Deemer||All Levels|
Focus The Mind
23:52 | Joo Teoh
Easily distracted? Do you frequently find your monkey mind wandering? Regain laser-like focus with this yoga/qi gong fusion class to help you to calm the mind, sharpen your focus and increase your capacity to concentrate with qi gong to clear tension and balancing poses to regain your poise. You will need a chair handy.
Evening Yin/Yang Flow
37:16 | Jonelle Lewis
A peaceful Yin/Yang flow to wind down and relax for the end of the day. With some spinal rolling and freeing, some poses from QiGong, some restorative and Yin poses, this fusion yoga class is a perfect way to wind down and relax at the end of the day, or for whenever you need to calm, nourish and restore yourself. The perfect self-care solution to our overwhelmed lives. You will need a bolster (or pillows), a blanket, 2 yoga bricks and a foam block and a strap.
|37:16||Jonelle Lewis||All Levels|