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SUPPORT YOUR WELLBEING
Yoga, deep relaxation, mindfulness and breathing consciously are wonderful ways to boost our immune system. This course brings together classes which focus on the key functions that can help boost our immunity and keep us feeling at our best. Alongside a healthy diet, good hygiene and getting into the sunshine; exercise is fundamental to our wellbeing. By moving and keeping active, reducing stress and anxiety and getting a good night’s sleep we can keep our immune system healthy.
This course is:
- 15 classes
- Suitable for all levels
- Vinyasa Flow, Breathing, Qigong, and Restorative Yoga
Feel Better Flow
27:20 | Adam Hocke
The perfect class for when you are not feeling your best and you want to move into a better feeling. This class is great for when your immunity levels are low, you might be recovering from illness or injury or you just feel you need to improve your self-confidence gently. This is a beautiful self-care practice of self-massage, breathwork, gentle movements, and a supported inversion. These gentle practices will stimulate your immune system and then the flow is very gentle, perfect for slower days. Additionally, we will work with the power of intention and visualisation to bring wellness to your physical body.
Winter Immune Boost
33:02 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
Give your immune system a boost at this time of year with this lovely gentle yoga class. Ideal if you feel you're coming down with a cold or to stave off colds when you're feeling a little run down. Mimi explains how yoga can be really therapeutic. Try this class and let the yoga do its magic.
Mimi's Winter Immune Part 2
32:49 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
The second part of the immune boost from Mimi. This class picks up the pace from the first class. This yoga class uses a more invigorating vinyasa sequence to focus on improving circulation which in turn boosts white cells in the body, to help fight off colds.
Mimi Winter Immune (3)
39:45 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
The third part of the immune series focuses upon internal cleansing. This class uses gentle movements, breath practices (pranayama), some QiGong as well as twists in order to give the body a deep cleanse. This class truly takes yoga as a purification practice to it's full meaning.
29:56 | Zephyr Wildman
A warming enquiry into the body and mind. This class gently encourages you to face up to emotional pain and intuitively start to make a plan to heal. An essential for your emotional wellbeing toolbox.
|29:56||Zephyr Wildman||All Levels|
Breathwork for Health, Calm, Immunity and Migraines
34:22 | Naomi Absalom
Breathwork - the secret to great health and moving you from 'doing OK' to living your most vibrant life. In this class, Naomi leads us through some powerful breath practices which can radically help your life. The first practice serves to open up the breath through the lungs and the entire system - shifting any kind of erratic breath patterns or involuntary breath holds but also supporting immune function. The second is a beautifully calming breath that works to balance the chemistry of the body. If this is your second viewing of the video and you'd like the practices without the explanation, the practices start at 8 minutes. Do not practice this class if you are pregnant (although you can practice the second technique) and for some sufferers of anxiety, it may be useful to practice with a knowledgable teacher at first. Breathwork is more powerful than you may think!
|34:22||Naomi Absalom||All Levels|
Inner Axis: Sleep Health Sequence
31:17 | Max Strom
A wonderful class to do before bed to calm and relax yourself to prepare for a deep, healthy sleep. Expect supine stretches, a calming focus on the breath and standing poses to help you to focus on deepening your breath. Practice finishes with your legs up the wall, you'll need to be near the wall for this. Enjoy and sleep well. You will need a strap or belt and 2 blocks or books.
|31:17||Max Strom||All Levels|
Qigong for Meridian & Joint Health
36:08 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
Energise your meridians and stimulate your joints with these gentle QiGong movements. Perfect to set you up for the day or settle you down for sleep, this all levels class will kindle optimal health and wellbeing, leaving you feeling your best.
|36:08||Mimi Kuo-Deemer||All Levels|
Qigong Meditations For Health & Vitality
19:02 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
Mimi offers two qigong visualisation meditations in this practice. The first is called microcosmic orbit. Microcosmic orbit works with major channels of the body, the yin meridian (ren mai) and yang meridian (du mai) on the front and back channels of the body respectively. Known as the conception and governing channels. These meridians help regulate the flow of qi to the other 12 meridians and organs of the body. Circulating good flow of energy in the main rivers means tributaries can receive the flow more effortlessly. The second is called an organ-gemstone meditation. This meditation is one to do any time you feel like you are about to get sick; 90% of the time, it will prevent a cold or sore throat from coming on.
|19:02||Mimi Kuo-Deemer||All Levels|
22:10 | Adam Hocke
Wind-down before bed and ensure a restful sleep. This short and simple practice will take you from anxiety to rest. Beginning with a few active postures and leading to 10 minutes of restorative rest. You will need a bolster and access to a chair.
|22:10||Adam Hocke||All Levels|
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.
Cancer Survivors (1): Lymphatic Flow
26:01 | Barbara Gallani
The focus of this session is to stimulate lymphatic flow through slow movements of the arms and legs and gentle twists, in combination with deep and regular breathing. As the lymphatic system as no organ to pump the lymph around the body, it is important to use movement and breathing to keep the immune system active.
|26:01||Barbara Gallani||All Levels|
Gentle Yoga to Nourish and Support Series: (1) Breathe and Move
22:19 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
Start to move with your breath in this beginners yoga class. Feel supported, nourished and revitalised. This first class in this series begins with finding the breath, so the body and breath move together in simple sequences that help condition our respiratory and circulatory systems. This will allow you to feel more invigorated yet also relaxed, clear and calm. As well as being an accessible starting place for many students, this yoga class is also a nourishing standalone class for when you need to calm jangled nerves and return strong and grounded to your breath.
Inner Axis: Learn To Breathe
10:52 | Max Strom
In this short interview and demonstration Max Strom teaches us the basis of the breathing technique, Ocean Breath. This is a wonderful technique for dealing with all kinds of stress as well as being the basis for breathing during yoga practice.
|10:52||Max Strom||All Levels|
01:06:00 | Adrianna Zaccardi
Although we may believe the restorative yoga is best before bed, this practice has been designed for you to practice first thing in the morning, so that you may experience the level of presence and vitality as it filter through your day. Granted this may be on the weekend, but do try it and experience first hand your vitality through this nourishing restorative practice.