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This course is an invitation to remember. To remember we are human animals, we are part of the natural world, and like other animals, we are naturally instinctive, deeply intuitive, and have a strong need for play.
We have all been socialised into cultural norms, locked into behaviours and thought patterns, and limited in our creativity and expression.
ReWild Yourself offers ways to break down those limitations, ways to play, explore and move with more freedom. Step by step this course helps to uncover who we are and rediscover our true, wild, nature. It is simply an invitation, the classes are only suggestions, the order you do things is for you to decide. Reclaim your power; play with your practice, and free yourself from being boxed into guidelines of a course or expert dictating the way.
We just ask you to check in and ask yourself each day what you need and how you feel. From that place of your own truth, dive in, jump around, and explore this course!
- Is suitable for all levels
- Includes 30 movement, meditation, and mantra practices
- Includes 5 audio classes
- Includes suggested articles and links to recommended brands that support your ReWilding journey
Meditation: Intimacy with Being Here
22:08 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
In this mindfulness-based meditation, we will cultivate the intimacy of being here – continually present and awake. Sounds good, right? The problem is, we’re usually anywhere BUT here. Usually we are caught up in various stories, or contracted around our own set of problems. This is what the Buddha described as the I, ME, MINE condition. When we train our minds to recognise this happening, we can shift this state. When this happens, experience can open up again. We hear sounds around us, breath moving, body sensing and feeling. We can suddenly be here again, in the intimacy of things; awake to the miracle of being alive.
|22:08||Mimi Kuo-Deemer||All Levels|
Grounding, Centering, Letting Go
01:07:12 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
A grounded, slow vinyasa which has some surprising challenges as well as a little qi-gong, for extra centering. This is an amazing class for those times when you need to just 'check in' with yourself - and from a rooted centre, you can grow wings to fly up to half-moon pose, crow and twist away your day. A very cleansing and calming class, although you will be asked to pay attention to your alignment as you fly!
Yoga for Beginners: Explore Playfulness
36:57 | Ava Riby-Williams
This beginners yoga class focuses on balances and experimenting with our yoga practice with a sense of playfulness. In this balancing sequence, it's OK to wobble and fall! The point of yoga is not to be perfect, but to embark upon a journey of exploration and curiosity. After moving through classic sun salutations with balance play, expect to experiment with eagle pose and half moon pose. You may wobble and fall, but have fun with it any enjoy the process. You will need a wall and two yoga bricks (or books!).
Feel Your Pleasure
25:01 | Ava Riby-Williams
A perfect gentle yoga class and somatic practise for winding down, or if you’re experiencing some self-doubt, heartache, exhaustion, or just want to shower yourself in some loving self care. This creative, slow, sensitive yoga class has us moving into our own love, presence and sense of feeling. It starts with a heart-warming practice of pleasure-finding in the objects around us, and moves through sensual, fluid movements to find our own place of pleasure. Expect a creative, unusual class which is more about the feeling than any shapes or traditional poses. Move with an open mind and find your pleasure!
|25:01||Ava Riby-Williams||All Levels|
Empowered Yoga Flow
46:43 | Ava Riby-Williams
During this intermediate vinyasa yoga class, you choose how dynamic or restful you wish the sequence to be for you. The main focus of the class making decisions based on how you genuinely feel; you can decide how you want to move your body and what is right for you in this moment. Class starts with a talk on what yoga is as a practice of empowerment and revolution, and how this relates to events in the world. How is our yoga related to the freedom we are seeking for ourselves and for others? Ava shares her thoughts on how yoga can be lived on and off the mat before moving into a sequence which includes inversions, such as headstand. Without fear, take this class, adopt the pose which is right for you and take your practice off the mat into real life. This class is trauma-informed.
Permission To Play: Yoga Jenga!
10:54 | David Kam
A game for the mobile and curious who are looking to play! Two rules. To add or to remove. To resist or to surrender. A nice way to ease into bearing weight on your hands and gradually across any parts of your body. A full body game which can even be turned into a dynamic massage. Play to your heart’s content!
Permission To Play: Anemone
08:16 | David Kam
No more stagnant boats, instead a ﬂuid anemone. Develop all-round core strength through a much more organic exploration of your centre.
Series Intro: Creativity, Attention & Awareness
01:22 | Naomi Absalom
A series of shorter practices to help you shift your perspective and mood. A short series of magic, delight, and playfulness. Think mystery not mastery. There is an underlying, creative force infusing all of life, including ourselves. Enjoy this course to start to unlock your creativity
Spacious and Fluid Spine
48:34 | Naomi Absalom
This class is a somatics-based which focuses on how yoga feels from the inside rather than how the poses look from the outside. This practice is not a traditional posture-led yoga class but focuses on freedom of movement, giving spaciousness between the joints and especially the spine. With a focus on spaciousness between the joints and especially the spine, you might find that a stiff or sore back feels freer and you feel increased mobility in your spine and a stronger core.
01:00:06 | Naomi Absalom
A conditioning, strengthening movement class in which we explore movement, away from a traditional yoga asana class. Naomi brings in lots of different elements to give space and range around all of the joints. With plenty of different movements, this class doesn’t focus on the end shape or posture, but is all about the integrity and how things feel to you during practice. You will need two blocks and a smallish book.
Sound Healing: Abundance
23:03 | Kirsty Norton
This sound journey is great for when you want to remember the spaciousness that's available within and around you. It will guide you to soak up the abundance that is already here and to remember the wonder that is on offer: the miracle of you. You will remember the abundance of what you are and it will take you into a soundscape that is rich and varied. Please wear good headphones for this journey and see where you are taken.
|23:03||Kirsty Norton||All Levels|
(1) Introduction To Finding Freedom
09:57 | Daniel Peppiatt
A warm and friendly talk from Dan Peppiatt about the Finding Freedom Challenge and the key concepts within it, easily remembered with this helpful acronym, SIGnS, which stands for: Spaciousness; Integration; Grounding; aNd; Spontaneity.
|09:57||Daniel Peppiatt||All Levels|
(2) Grounding And Awareness
18:22 | Daniel Peppiatt
A gentle class to establish awareness of the body and mind with the overall intention to free up your movements and let you go with your own flow. Includes an intuitive movement exercise for grounding and a somatics type practice in savasana to build awareness of the body.
|18:22||Daniel Peppiatt||All Levels|
(6) Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence
08:52 | Daniel Peppiatt
Many of us don’t know where our tension resides so there is always the possibility of learning to create space in the body where it might not be right now. This class explores spaciousness through controlled articular rotation - a form of pandiculation - or the natural opening movements seen in the animal world.
|08:52||Daniel Peppiatt||All Levels|
10:57 | Daniel Peppiatt
A class to move the body away from mechanical repetitive movement patterns and into spontaneous, organic and intuitive freedom. Before you do this class, you will need to warm up your body with Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence. Then you will be ready to get creative, spontaneous and free, finding entirely new ways to move. You will begin in a moving plank exercise, finding balance in a variety of ways, using different parts of the anatomy. And then we go onto our back to explore how movement feels there. Enjoy!
|10:57||Daniel Peppiatt||All Levels|
Adventures in Rewilding: Yoga and Somatics
18:36 | Liz Lark
Celebrate the freedom of your joints in this adventure through somatics and yoga. This class is a celebration of movement which starts with a somatic warm up, plays with variations of moon pose, creates a sense of centring in horse pose and flows creatively with cartwheel. This class is perfect if you're looking for something a little different, playful, adventurous and fun. It is ideal if you have an established practice and plenty of mobility.
Haven for the Heart
28:44 | Joo Teoh
In this audio class, Joo leads you through a Qi Gong sequence to create a haven for the heart. This gentle class is perfect for those days when things get a little too much to handle, or you feel vulnerable or shaken up. Use this slow flow to retreat to a safe space and reconnect with yourself to rediscover what it important and true for you; learn to trust your innate wisdom. This audio class is ideal for taking your practice outside to the garden or park. You may wish to grab a blanket as the class starts laying down.
|28:44||Joo Teoh||All Levels|
Mindfulness Meditation on the Elements
16:37 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
This beautiful, simple meditation class focuses on mindfulness of the body as experienced through our elemental constitutions of earth, fire water and air, space and consciousness. The Buddha taught about elemental practices as a way to train attention but also to wake up the fluidity of our changing experience. Just as the elements of the natural world dance in an ongoing interconnectedness and ongoing state of change, we can also begin to become aware of our body and our experience of it through the elements with us and all around us. Enjoy! Clothing by Rumi X.
|16:37||Mimi Kuo-Deemer||All Levels|
Morning Practice: Awaken with the Elements
42:32 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
This morning flow class focuses on a connection to the natural elements. It is an awakening yoga practice with some qigong. The ancient yogis, Buddhists and Daoist sages believed that we are made of the elements of the natural world. This practice will help us awaken to this connection within ourselves to the elemental world around us. It’s very much like a shorter version of my morning practices, integrating yoga and qigong into mindful movements that help me harmonise my inner body with the outer world. This has a bit of everything – abdominals, hip work, backbends, twists, forward folds and arm balances. Enjoy!
|42:32||Mimi Kuo-Deemer||All Levels|
Yoga for Beginners: Exploring Connection to Earth
40:27 | Ava Riby-Williams
This yoga class focuses on the body’s connection to the earth and the exploration of bandhas, or seals. In this class we discover how connecting to the earth brings tone and support to our yoga practice. Discover more about the earth seals (hasta bandha and panda bandha) while bringing more stability and energy to the body. Using balancing poses, such as tree, and seated poses, we explore the feelings of support, being present and being grounded. This class also introduces the hip opener, pigeon pose, and mudras (hand gestures). You will need a thin block or pillow, and a belt.
Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Earth
25:17 | Lucy McCarthy
This yoga nidra takes us on a journey of deep grounding and centring. It is a really beautiful yoga nidra to take if there are feelings of overwhelm or anxiety. It guides us into a place of quiet steadiness, to come away feeling centred, soothed and ready for life's challenges.
|25:17||Lucy McCarthy||All Levels|
Yoga Flow: How To be Here Now
48:54 | Ava Riby-Williams
This yoga class is beautifully sequenced and mindfully paced, with a focus on how to tune into being here now and bringing extra presence to our yoga practice. If we feel anxious in our lives, it's because we're not connected to the present moment. This is the perfect class to slow down an overthinking mind and tune into how your body feels when you move. Learn quick tools you can use to be in the moment, and have some fun. This yoga class is a well rounded, accessible yoga sequence for the whole body, perfect to start each day. One to save!
|48:54||Ava Riby-Williams||All Levels|
Mantra/Chant: I Am Free
09:32 | Naomi Absalom
A beautiful mantra/chant. By doing a mantra, we are harmonising the mind/body subtle body, as well as it being a beautiful experience. Allow the intention of the mantra to bring you into harmony. Away from your busy day, away from your thoughts and into the heart centre. A wonderful practice for discovering your hearts' desire. The meaning behind this chant is 'I am free. I am eternity. I am consciousness. I am spaciousness. I am free.' Keep that intention in mind as you chant. This is a wonderful chant to do before your yoga practice .
|09:32||Naomi Absalom||All Levels|
Get Off Your Mat
29:52 | Naomi Absalom
Changing a known route can shift us into the now. This yoga class is a somatic movement flow for those feeling the call to explore even further beyond the four corners of the mat. Great for teachers or those with a more intermediate practice. This is a sequence Naomi often shares in her teacher's practices. A creative, playful and challenging class.
Playful Movement: Core Integration
20:27 | David Kam
Build your strong core with this playful movement class to cultivate integration in the way you move with your body. Strengthen your abdominal region and harness directional clarity in your movement to encourage connectivity of both the upper and lower extremities through your centre. A wonderful class to learn the correct, strong and stable technique for doing many ab strengthening exercises. You will need two bricks.
Playful Movement: Lower Body Focus
29:40 | David Kam
A playful, fluid way to work on a series of goddesses, working through including squat, crow pose, wide legged forward band and inversions. This movement class focuses on ﬂuidity and sensitising the lower extremities, particularly developing hip mobility through a sizzling series of goddesses in succession. Also be ready for some wonderfully playful ways to work with your balance and find lightness through transitions. You will need a brick or block.
Playful Movement: Upper Body Focus
29:11 | David Kam
The first in the Athletic Artist Series. An empowering, creative movement sequence to mobilise the upper body from the neck and shoulders down the entire arm line. Particularly suitable as a morning practice to get your day off to a blazing start.
Breath Challenge: Daily Breathing Exercises
15:57 | Daniel Peppiatt
These introductory breath work exercises should be done every day on the Ten Day Breath Challenge. They are a superb preparation for deeper pranayama practices and for teaching the body and mind to relax with the breath. Also recommended for beginners to yoga who are looking to understand the important breath work limb of yoga.
(9) Ground Based Free Movement
10:15 | Daniel Peppiatt
A more guided class, with some really unusual movements. You’ll need to prepare with Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence, as some of these movements are fairly strong in the shoulders and wrists. Mostly floor based, you’ll find yourself moving fluidly, like water.
|10:15||Daniel Peppiatt||All Levels|
(10) Fun With Feral Movements
17:54 | Daniel Peppiatt
Prepare with Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence and then get rid of your mat for this class, finding freedom in animal movements which will liberate your yoga practice. Among other moves discover a duck walk, bunny hops, sneaky ape, creeping beast, jumping crows and finally crawl like a lizard. Some of the moves in this class can be quite challenging, so feel free to adapt or skip postures to make the class suitable for your body.
|17:54||Daniel Peppiatt||All Levels|
Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Fire
25:37 | Lucy McCarthy
This yoga nidra stokes our fire within. It takes us on a journey to empowerment and invites us to stand in our power. If you have never practiced Yoga Nidra before you are in for a treat! It is an ancient practice known as Yogic Sleep. It takes place laying down so is accessible to all levels. The teacher then takes you on a guided journey with their voice. It leads you into a deep state of bodily relaxation, then moves onto quiet the mind and open the heart. This practice is truly powerful and deeply healing.
|25:37||Lucy McCarthy||All Levels|
Wakey Shakey Up & At 'Em
21:31 | Naomi Absalom
A fabulous class to wake up to, or to wake yourself up to whenever you need do take a break. A perfect study break, post-travel class, a cheeky little cracker to shift your mood and perspective instantly.
|21:31||Naomi Absalom||All Levels|
Whole Body Awakening
29:39 | Jean Hall
If you're short for time, this yoga class is the perfect one for you. This class is a whole body awakening practice that is specifically focused on isolating, activating and mobilising the major joints and muscles in the body. This is a perfect all-rounded class in itself, but can also be used to warm up and prepare the body for dynamic and challenging poses.
|29:39||Jean Hall||All Levels|
Buddha's Teachings: Yoga for Loving Kindness
54:05 | Mimi Kuo-Deemer
This is a practice centred around metta, which means goodwill, care, or loving-kindness. It is the first of four boundless states, known as the brahmavihārās. The brahmavihārās are the Buddha’s primary teachings on how we cultivate an awakened heart. In this yoga class, we’ll do some heart-focused practices and gentle movements (including some inspired by Qi Gong) to explore metta, which is the wish for true happiness that you can direct to yourself and towards others. In Buddhist teachings, metta is the foundations to our heart’s love and strength as it is what guided the Buddha along his path to care for a world that was in so much pain. As we learn to cultivate metta, we can learn to support our capacity to extend care to ourselves and the world, and send wishes for true happiness to all.
|54:05||Mimi Kuo-Deemer||All Levels|
Sound Healing: Gratitude
10:14 | Kirsty Norton
This sound healing journey will give you the opportunity to focus on what you are grateful for in life. Tapping into gratitude brings positive emotions and provides an uplifting experience. It is a very healing process, associated with positive mental and physical health benefits. This experience is immersive. We recommend you lie in a comfortable position and do not multi-task - this is one for being completely relaxed and present. Wear good headphones for this journey and see where you are taken. Do not drive during any of these sound healing journeys. This journey ends with silence to simply absorb the sound healing, just stay for as long as you are able and come back to the present when you are ready.
|10:14||Kirsty Norton||All Levels|