Workplace Well-Being


Movement for Modern Life is the UK’s online yoga and wellbeing provider. We produce beautifully made HD videos with only the leading British yoga, movement and mindfulness teachers, and showcase our content in our online community. We now offer our hundreds of videos as an employer wellbeing solution, so that employees can gain all the benefits of mindful movement.

We are on a mission to improve employee wellbeing through prevention. The worst causes of absenteeism and issues of turnover, morale or productivity are often the same causes of long term disability. These include anxiety, depression, stress, and musculoskeletal disorders (bad back and shoulders, wrist and neck problems). And to top it off, these pathologies are often inter-related. Our bodies start to give us SOS messages, developing physical symptoms when under psychological stress in a process called somatisation.1 It makes the most sense to address physical and mental health in tandem!


Many people start with a gym membership and rely on the effect of endorphins to improve their mental health and sense of wellbeing. Movement in gyms is fantastic, but it doesn’t suit us all and does not give us all the transformative benefits of mindful movement plus breath-work.2


Mindful movement plus meditation is a solution for folks to relieve stress. Yoga is mindful movement plus breath-work. And it is incredibly effective in improving well-being and resilience to stress in the workplace.3 The trouble is 'yoga' and 'meditation' are troubled words. Not everyone would feel inclined to go to a class. Let alone have the time to do so.

This where Movement for Modern Life steps in. With us, mindful movement plus breathing techniques are really easy for people. With a library of over 1000 online videos (with 3 new ones added each week!), employees benefit wherever they are, on any device. At bedtime, people can watch videos to prepare them for sleep, or in the morning to help them energise! We can white label or iframe our content for an employer’s intranet, so employees can access us at their desks, or on the lunchroom tv at any time of day. We actually encourage employers to allow staff to use MFML at work throughout the day so they can meet the minimum health recommendation to combat sitting disease. 4, 5, 6


We know that we all have different needs and priorities across generations. The modern employee life cycle is a challenge MFML can help employers with. Whether they need to cater to millennials who want a hangover fix,7 pregnant or post-natal women on PMT,8 employees facing serious illness or life events,9 or folks who are a bit older,10 our Movement can help at any age.

Besides addressing mental and physical employee health, we also provide content that crosses the intersections of positive psychology and yoga. A key component of our content is intention setting, an invaluable tool to help people focus on the day ahead. Because our thoughts make our reality, think of it as drawing a map of where you wish to go. Once employees learn how to harness the amazing tool of intention they gain control over their emotional life and can roadmap their success at work and everywhere else.


Not only is Movement for Modern Life a hack for life, it is an opportunity to tune the wellbeing culture of any workplace. We are a highly visible solution to the problem of the modern sedentary lifestyle and can help staff combat stress, anxiety and depression, increase focus and productivity, as well as enable people to become their best selves.


Support your employees by giving them the chance to get up, move, breathe, focus, and let go - right at their desk. Your health isn’t something you leave at home. You need it all day. Everyone does. Join our revolution by leading your own. Contact us for more information on bringing Movement for Modern Life into your workplace.


Stress/Anxiety

Being a firefighter is a high stress job. A group of firefighters did yoga for six weeks and said it made a significant difference to their stress levels as well as lowered musculoskeletal pain, and improved their ability to focus.1 If your job involves putting out fires in an office, yoga can also reduce your chronic stress, anxiety and improve resilience.2 Start lowering your cortisol and increasing your alpha waves (sign of increased relaxation) now.3 Try these videos:

Yoga for Anxiety
MoveTime Teacher Level
38:32 Leila Sadeghee Improvers

This is a yoga class for when your head is a 'swiling thought mess'. Class starts with some energetic jumping lunges (feel free to give these a miss if you're not up to them!) - then the class intersperses asana to open and release the hips with calming breath exercises. Suitable for all levels, although not everyone may be able to keep up with Leila's energy levels at the start of class, but persevere if you can! The remaining 30 minutes of yoga and breath-work is much more peaceful and bound to see your anxiety levels to calm and managable levels.


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  • Slow it down hatha14:43
    Slow it down hatha

    Kirsty Norton

    A lovely, short yin-inspired hatha yoga class, superb for settling down after a long day's work. With a focus on releasing tension, especially held in the hips, this is wonderful to unwind tension after sitting all day or before bed to feel nourished and restored. You will need a belt.



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  • Sugar Detox 232:02
    Sugar Detox 2

    Lisa Sanfilippo

    This second sugar detox yoga class is a sweet treat to help 'rest & digest' and particularly helps with anxiety or tension. A flowing, gentle class with lots of deep lunges, twists and thigh stretches to help improve the digestion and settle the nervous system. Practice includes the 3-part breath and a sumptuous restorative with the legs on a chair. Props: You will need a chair or a clear wall and might need a block and a belt.



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  • Relax and Soothe into the Evening25:28
    Relax and Soothe into the Evening

    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.



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  • Release Tension29:17
    Release Tension

    Joo Teoh

    A qi gong and yoga fusion sequence to release feelings of being stuck, feeling tense, or just when you’re not in your flow. With some chair variations to make all the practices more accessible, this sequence uses qi gong and yoga to clear out stagnation and shift your tension. A chair can be used in this practice to make the class accessible to all.



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  • Take a Break: Yoga & Qigong Part1:  Exhale + Sooth 21:59
    Take a Break: Yoga & Qigong Part1: Exhale + Sooth

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    Take a short break from studies or your work. Much of our body’s tension is muscular, but actually, what the muscles and our body crave when we feel tight is deep, satisfying breaths.This short practice releases tension by focusing on exhaling fully and uses Burmese qigong, chest and shoulder openings and forward folds to calm and sooth the mind. Perfect for taking a break to release tension during the day, but also great after a hard day's work. Clothing by Rumi X.



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  • Calm Abiding Yin 33:28
    Calm Abiding Yin

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    Settle your energy, settle your focus in this very grounded Yin class which is focused around the Hara, your energy centre. This class is wonderful if you want to tune in to your intuition, your deep-seated centre. This is a heart and lung Yin yoga class. This class is great for overcoming sadness and grief, and is wonderful for clearing that which no longer serves you.



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  •  End of Day Recharge19:00
    End of Day Recharge

    Clive Fogelman

    A great transition sequence to do at the end of a busy day if you’ve just got home from work or if you have been out doing lots of different things. Or if you want a little break during the day but don’t have much time or space this might be just what you need. It starts from standing then we move to all fours and finish on the back.



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  • Yoga Poses for Anxiety13:23
    Yoga Poses for Anxiety

    Lizzie Reumont

    Sometimes life is just overwhelming and we just need 10 minutes to move into calm. These 8 yoga poses are known to release anxiety through the body. These yoga poses for anxiety include headstand which is deeply calming for those who can, and if you're not comfortable in headstand, take downward dog or child's pose.



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  • Gentle Yoga For Stress Relief26:21
    Gentle Yoga For Stress Relief

    Andrew McGonigle

    A very gentle, all-levels class to bust stress whenever you may need it. With focus on mindful, gentle, breath-led movements, this class is ideal to restore your breath and body after a challenging day. You will need a blanket, strap and bolster.



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  • Sleep

    The Sleep Council’s Great British Bedtime Report says “half of Britons now say that stress or worry keeps them awake at night (47%), rising to 54% of women (compared to 40% of men) and 57% of singles.” 1 Stop letting stress get in the way of sleep. Yoga lowers cortisol production, which allows your body to get into 'rest and digest' mode. You’ll experience a lower heart and respiration rate, and your blood pressure will drop. Significantly improve your sleep, fatigue, and your quality of life. 2, 3, 4 Try these videos.

    Rest and Digest
    MoveTime Teacher Level
    35:19 Andrea Kwiatkowski Beginners

    A Yin Yoga class to calm and aid the digestive system at the end of the day. This class is perfect for after a stressful day at work, after travelling (especially long-haul flights) and if you want to detox to aid your digestive system. This is not suitable for pregnancy or if you have an existing stomach condition.


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  • Lisa : Breathe and Release08:34
    Lisa : Breathe and Release

    Lisa Sanfilippo

    This yoga class is perfect straight before bed, and can be done in bed to help relax and release and ease yourself into a deep sleep. Lisa guides the breath through the body to help release tension and assist relaxation. This is breath-work and marma point work only, no asana. Recommended for those of us who find it hard to wind down at the end of the day.



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  • Restorative Yoga43:41
    Restorative Yoga

    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.



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  • Twilight YINyasa31:39
    Twilight YINyasa

    Liz Lark

    Enjoy this beautiful yin class when you need a bit of a luxurious, supported pick-me-up, for your moon time or just before bed. A fantastic practice if you've had a tough day and you need a bit of TLC. Plenty of ease-ful, supportive poses - all supine or seated, no standing poses for added YIN-tastic vinyasa.



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  • Induce Sleep32:57
    Induce Sleep

    Joo Teoh

    This class is a mixture of yoga and qigong to help you to release anxiety, quiet your mind, clear your mind and prepare for sleep. Movements are gengle and accessible and don't involve full stretches, you are encouraged to not take a full stretch, but to use a chair or perhaps the edge of your bed for some of the yoga poses.



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  • Sleep Well Meditation14:56
    Sleep Well Meditation

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    A beautiful meditation to leave you feeling very peaceful and fully relaxed, ready for bed. A great practice if your mind is feeling busy and you need to deeply settle, suitable for meditation beginners. Thanks to Flow Tunbridge Wells for providing this beautiful location for filming.



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  • Inner Axis: Sleep Health Sequence31:17
    Inner Axis: Sleep Health Sequence

    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.



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  • Sleep Well21:37
    Sleep Well

    Lucy McCarthy

    A pre-bed sweet sleep inducing practice. Get into your pyjamas and enjoy this short sequence to get you into a deep state of relaxation for a great night of sleep. You'll need one strap, one block and an eye mask if you have one.



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  • Tension Buster Sleep Seducer22:58
    Tension Buster Sleep Seducer

    Lucy McCarthy

    A tension freeing practice to help shake off and rinse out blockages and habitual holdings that get in the way of relaxing deeply. Ideal for releasing stress, rinsing out frustrations and emptying out stagnant energy. Perfect for after work and with a long savasana, great for before bed. You'll need an eye-cover.



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  • Relaxation For Great Sleep28:05
    Relaxation For Great Sleep

    Robin Watkins - Davis

    Get yourself ready to calm into the evening with this all-levels gentle hatha yoga class, perfect to wind down after a busy day. Move through a series of poses focusing on stretching hamstrings, back and shoulders and getting comfortable for a great night’s sleep. Breathing exercises help you slow down and activate the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest). Finishes with a long relaxation leaving you restored and calm. Ideal for everyone, but especially young people.



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  • Musculoskeletal Disorders

    Low back pain affects 80% of us at some point in our lives.1 Yoga studies have shown improvement in back pain,2 headaches,3 neck strain 4 and carpal tunnel.5 Take the time to try moving with us, whether it’s a stretch at your desk or quick neck release. We can help.

    Stretch At Your Desk
    MoveTime Teacher Level
    16:25 Kate Walker Beginners

    A short stretch at your desk. This class is great for the middle of the day if you can't get out the office but your body and mind need to wake up. You could even just learn a couple of these simple chair yoga poses to learn for every day. These will help your desk-bound back and hips and help focus your mind.


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  • Quick Neck Release06:36
    Quick Neck Release

    Kristi Rodelli

    The neck holds so much unnecessary tension. This short tutorial class gives you essental tools to deal with daily tension which accumulate in the neck and upper shoulders. The class releases the neck, upper trapezius, helps release the jaw, elbows and wrists and allows greater bloodflow to the brain. No need to be on a yoga mat, do this class everywhere and anywhere, every day and feel the tension slip away.



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  • Keyboard Users: Protect Your Wrists08:36
    Keyboard Users: Protect Your Wrists

    Lizzie Reumont

    Some short exercises to help protect and release your wrist joints. This class is ideal for those who use computers, smart phones or laptops a lot, as the wrist joints really do suffer through modern life. One exercise which can be performed at the desk and the other exercises are for the end of the day on the mat. Thanks to Wellicious for their gorgeous clothing!



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  • Easy Spine: 108:00
    Easy Spine: 1

    Leila Sadeghee

    Stiff or painful back and shoulders? Maybe you’re wondering how to build movement into your daily life? Take this 4-part series with Leila and benefit from this easy to follow straightforward routine. Easy and effective pain relief and maintenance for those of you who are new to yoga, who are working with injuries or those with very limited time. Props: Yoga block or stack of books. Yoga belt or tie/scarf.



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  • Release Tight Neck and Shoulders08:17
    Release Tight Neck and Shoulders

    Catherine Annis

    A gentle class to release neck and shoulders. Perfect to take a short break during the day whilst at work to release any build up of tension.



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  • Release Your Neck; Reduce Fatigue26:07
    Release Your Neck; Reduce Fatigue

    Andrew McGonigle

    This class is a workshop-style yoga class to target areas that hold tension in the neck, causing fatigue. The class focuses on head and neck alignment, jaw release and strength and shoulder mobility. With exercises to gain awareness of where we might be unnecessarily straining our neck and holding tension, we explore head aligment and then use neck and shoulder stretches and strengthening exercises to help release tension. You will need a blanket, foam block, cushion and a strap.



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  • Release Tension in the Upper Back39:31
    Release Tension in the Upper Back

    Andrew McGonigle

    This gentle, all level, alignment based yoga class will help you to release tension from your upper back and neck. Learn how to open your upper back gently and safely with some helpful alignment tips to stop you from bending from the most mobile part of your back, and to start to bend from the usually 'stuck' with tension area between the shoulder blades. Great to practice at any time of the day, this class will improve your energy levels and help leave you feel invigorated. You will need a rolled up tee-shirt, a bolster, foam block and eye bag.



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  • Forrest Yoga Neck & Jaw Release36:04
    Forrest Yoga Neck & Jaw Release

    Kristi Rodelli

    This Forrest yoga class is just perfect if you've had a long day, if you're having a tough week, or are feeling a bit headachy. Any stresses or anxiety from the day or the week will unravel as you release aches in your neck, jaw and shoulders, which can suffer in stressful times. With hallmark strengthening and abs work, this class is perfect to keep you strong while you unwind. You will need a roll and a block.



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  • The Stoop Antidote09:45
    The Stoop Antidote

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    Do you spend a lot of time at a desk, a computer, or looking at a smart phone? Chances are your shoulders will routinely hunch and round. This is an energising but short smart backbend sequence to open up the thoracic spine. This class is specifially designed to target the mid-back, which is often the stiffest part of the spine as well as the neck and shoulders. You will need two blocks and a strap.



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  • Quick Neck Release06:36
    Quick Neck Release

    Kristi Rodelli

    The neck holds so much unnecessary tension. This short tutorial class gives you essental tools to deal with daily tension which accumulate in the neck and upper shoulders. The class releases the neck, upper trapezius, helps release the jaw, elbows and wrists and allows greater bloodflow to the brain. No need to be on a yoga mat, do this class everywhere and anywhere, every day and feel the tension slip away.



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  • Focus

    Mindful meditation on its own has been shown to help people avoid distractions 1 and develop a longer attention span.2 An added tenant of yoga is to set your intention before you even get started. Before you start on your day’s to-do list, you can decide what kind of day you want to have. Our thoughts can change our reality. While stressful or anxious thoughts can damage the body, positive thoughts can be restorative. Just think of how powerful the placebo effect is. 3 Patients have even had fake knee surgery and felt healed! Try intention setting and improve your focus with these videos.

    Increasing Focus Through Meditation
    MoveTime Teacher Level
    17:45 Alexander Filmer-Lorch All Levels

    This simple guided meditation practice induces Alpha brainwave activity. Under the influence of Alpha brainwave activity the ever busy mind begins to relax and our attention shifts into a state of open focus. Best to be practised when we need to absorb and contain huge amounts of knowledge and increase our learning abilities, memory functions, as well as facing academic challenges.


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  • Movement for becoming your best you24:25
    Movement for becoming your best you

    Mollie McClelland Morris

    This short movement class is ideal for before a big event, or potentially stressful situation or just anytime you want to tune in to 'you', to be the best version of yourself. Great for giving your confidence back. Various simple bodywork, breath and mind techniques are used to enable you to 'ground down' to rise up to being the best version of yourself.



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  • Peace and Passion: Meditation12:00
    Peace and Passion: Meditation

    Mercedes Ngoh

    A beautiful guided meditation practice which focuses on turning attention inward, centering and working with the intention of positivity and turning passion into action. With mudra to help grounding and releasing up to possibilities and beautiful footage of Mercedes' Yeotown retreat.



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  • Body Breath Meditation11:24
    Body Breath Meditation

    Dylan Ayaloo

    Dylan guides us through a simple, seated body, breath meditation. Great for beginner explorers of the mind or those with a regular meditation practice who enjoy participating in a class.



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  • Focus The Mind23:52
    Focus The Mind

    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.



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  • Mindfulness Meditation on the Elements 16:37
    Mindfulness Meditation on the Elements

    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.



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  • Take a Break: Yoga & Qigong Part2: Focus + Clarity18:10
    Take a Break: Yoga & Qigong Part2: Focus + Clarity

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    The second in our series to provide a constructive break during work or study. These Yoga and Qigong practices all provide you with renewed clarity, and will help clear the cobwebs, also focus on clear alignment through the spine and limbs. It’s great to bring a mental focus and concentration back into the body when we're too in our heads. With some precision in our alignment as well as intentional practices from qigong such as ‘clearing the cobwebs’ (one of my favourites!), we can move forward with our day more embodied awareness and presence.



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  • Mindful Moment 1: The Body04:56
    Mindful Moment 1: The Body

    Toby Ouvry

    A beginner's first step into meditation and mindfulness. Just 5 minutes of sitting and observing the body. Great to practice on its own or as an add on to your movement practice.



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  • Blossoming into Joy11:34
    Blossoming into Joy

    Lizzie Reumont

    A short, gentle hatha yoga class, perfect to start the day, or for whenever you need a short burst of rejuvenation. You're planing new seeds of joy and lightness into your day. With a focus on long, steady breaths, and holding the poses, you'll find rejuvenation throughout your cells to help you to blossom into lightness and joy, fully refreshed.



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  • Travel

    Think about how a water bottle expands and contracts on a plane. Yoga can help with digestive problems like feeling stuck after travelling. For those of you whose job description involves time spent in the air, try our videos to help you stimulate the relaxation response - bring blood back to your intestines and re-oxygenate your blood after that drop in cabin pressure.1 Leg stretches and jet lag relief here too!

    After Travel: Digest and Stretch
    MoveTime Teacher Level
    26:32 Zephyr Wildman Beginners

    If your gut sometimes feels sore, uncomfortable or 'stuck' after flying, or driving long journeys, this yoga class is for you. Zephyr leads us through some wonderful poses to assist digestion, help the stomach release any tightness and get some circulation back into the limbs. Also includes an amazing anti-sitting stretch. Definitely worth 30 minutes after your journey to arrive with comfort and ease. A couple of foam blocks would be really useful.


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  • Yoga For Jet Lag25:00
    Yoga For Jet Lag

    Lucy McCarthy

    A gentle, rejeuvenating hatha yoga class ideal for getting your jet-lagged body back to form. With poses great for assisting circulation, reducing swelling and unravelling the hips after long periods of sitting, this yoga class is perfect for grounding after travel. You will need blocks and access to a chair or support to prop the feet up on.



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  • After Work Or Travel - Rebalance And Restore44:35
    After Work Or Travel - Rebalance And Restore

    Kate Walker

    A cleverly sequenced and rather beautiful simple yoga class to restore and rebalance your spine after you have been sitting at a desk, sitting in an aeroplane or driving for long periods of time. Suitable for beginners and those tired after a long day. You will need soft blocks and a strap.



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  •  Post Travel Yoga for Hips, Shoulders and Backs33:59
    Post Travel Yoga for Hips, Shoulders and Backs

    Zephyr Wildman

    This post-travel sequence is perfect for easing hips, shoulders and backs. Travel does create downward pressure on backs, shoulders and hips, a tightening and weakening of muscles. This class is designed to aliviate pain and discomfort from the travel or from sitting still for lengths of time. A great class after any long journey to stretch out, or indeed after a day sitting in the office.



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  • Yoga on the Move! Yoga for Planes/Trains/Travel14:36
    Yoga on the Move! Yoga for Planes/Trains/Travel

    Barbara Gallani

    A yoga class to get your sneaky stretches whilst you're on the move. You can easily do these moves whilst on the move. These moves are so subtle your travel companions won't even know you're practicing. You'll keep your toes, feet, ankles, knees, hips and whole of the spine flexible and happy and healthy whilst on the move.



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  • Express Hamstrings13:39
    Express Hamstrings

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    A class that takes place entirely on the wall for lengthening your hamstrings. Ideal if you've just had a day seated, travelling or at work, or after running or cycling, which can really shorten your hamstrings - poses which are ideal for lengthening the hamstrings, not if you have any hamstring injuries, but pefect for gentle lengthening and for relieving lower back pain. You will need two yoga bricks.



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  • Detox, Breathe And Energise16:15
    Detox, Breathe And Energise

    Lucy McCarthy

    A breath-work (pranayama) and twisting class designed to get sluggish digestive systems working. Great to help detox, or eliminate stagnant energy as well as for improving the circulation, this class is great for simple explanations of breath-work techniques. Perfect for after travel or for during a cleansing/detox programme.



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  • Hamstring and Lower Back Stretch12:47
    Hamstring and Lower Back Stretch

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    Ease the legs, stretch out the hamstrings, ease the lower back. Great for office workers, after a long car or plane journey or for athletes (runners and cyclists especially). You will need a long strap and two blocks.



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  • Life Cycle

    We know that we all have different needs and priorities across generations. The modern employee life cycle is a challenge MFML can help employers with. Whether they need to cater to millennials who want a hangover fix,1 pregnant or post-natal women on PMT,2 employees facing serious illness or life events,3 or folks who are a bit older,4 our Movement can help at any age.

    Trimesters 2 & 3: Goddess Flow
    MoveTime Teacher Level
    12:00 Sally Parkes All Levels

    Here’s the perfect practice to re-energise at the beginning or end of day. Sally leads an up-beat session to open the hips, shoulders and spine with some deep lunges and goddess pose variations. Perfect to re-set the mind and ease the hips particularly where there is sacro-iliac pain.


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  • Cancer Survivors (1): Lymphatic Flow26:01
    Cancer Survivors (1): Lymphatic Flow

    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.



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  • Hangover Yoga12:09
    Hangover Yoga

    Lucy McCarthy

    This short class will restore your body to wellness after any time you feel you have been treating it badly. This gentle class will stimulate your liver and kidneys and relax your nervous system with very gentle yoga and breathing techniques. You will need a block. Thanks to Asquith London for their clothing!



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  • Yoga Through Life's Transitions47:25
    Yoga Through Life's Transitions

    Clare Beagley

    This yoga class teaches us how to transition through change in life, big life changes or the changes which touch us in every day life. This class will have you surfing on your ocean breath and enjoying moving through and greeting change head on. This class is dynamic, but you are encouraged to spend time in transitions and enjoy the process of transitioning, rather than the destination. A strong hip focus and plenty of creative, fun variations on the usual poses. You will need a rolled up mat or a block and a strap.



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  • PMS SOS Symptoms Softener26:12
    PMS SOS Symptoms Softener

    Lucy McCarthy

    Enjoy your surrender to this introverted time, support mind and body in its shedding releasing process, healthy menstrual flow, downward, soften abdomen to ease flow, forward bends ease gas and bloating. A largely restorative yoga class to enjoy yielding to your body's needs.



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  • Honour Your Flow: Restorative Yoga for Your Cycle54:03
    Honour Your Flow: Restorative Yoga for Your Cycle

    Lucy McCarthy

    This restorative yoga class is especially for low energy days. Suitable for everyone who needs extra nourishment and support, but these poses are especially great to also relieve symptoms you may experience during your moontime such as releasing heat from hips, relieving cramps, headache and aching. Restorative yoga is wonderful at restoring energy levels, cooling the body and calming the body’s system. You will need a bolster, a chair, two bricks, an eye-bag and a blanket.



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  • Open to Nourishment and Support22:25
    Open to Nourishment and Support

    Zephyr Wildman

    A nourishing and supportive class in which you will be asked to lean into the space you feel in your body. A lovely class to practice at the end of the day, with back and shoulder opening postures all on the back, also including shoulder stand and plough pose to help you to relax and release into the experience of your body.



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  •  Nurture for Fertility & Menstrual Health28:28
    Nurture for Fertility & Menstrual Health

    Uma Dinsmore Tuli

    This yoga class is for menstrual health, using breath and movement to support good menstrual health, the foundation for fertility but also for honouring your own body when you feel you need a little nurture. This class is of great nourishment to women's bodies and is great for pracitincg the time around your period, before during and after and to look after your body. You will need a couple of folded blankets and a cushion/pillow you can use as weight on your pelvis.You may want a hot water bottle.



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  • Resilience

    Amy Cuddy from Harvard Business School studies how your body language affects others - and even your own brain! If you want to feel more powerful, taking up space in a 'power pose' actually raises testosterone, your dominance hormone, and lowers cortisol, your stress hormone.1 Improve your resilience and feel empowered with one of these videos:

    Warrior Vinyasa
    MoveTime Teacher Level
    37:49 Liz Lark Intermediate/Advanced

    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.


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  • Big Day 3 - The Power Poses18:10
    Big Day 3 - The Power Poses

    Lucy McCarthy

    A series of poses to give you the inner vibrancy to give you the confidence which will give you your inner power back. This is the third part in Lucy's Big Day series - this short video is great for the day before the Big Day, be that your wedding, a presentation, a job interview, or anytime when YOU matter. Lucy shows you some poses which you can strike just before you go in for the big event. Enjoy this fun class, and you may be surprised at how powerful you have become!



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  • Vinyasa for Empowerment42:51
    Vinyasa for Empowerment

    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.



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  • Open to Power - Standing Series51:29
    Open to Power - Standing Series

    Aoife Kane

    If you’re looking to build more strength in your practice ”“ this is for you. Aoife’s slow-burn practice generates heat to create a powerful opening in the body. Class finishes with a peaceful relaxation.



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  • Hold That Pose!40:09
    Hold That Pose!

    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.



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  • Standing Tall24:20
    Standing Tall

    Joo Teoh

    This gentle yoga class, with some qi-gong movements is a perfect antidote for those of us who spend too much time sitting at desks each day. Also great if you're feeling like you could do with an emotional recharge, perhaps at the end of a long day, or when life is challenging. With standing poses and gentle strengthening poses, this class uses the power of intention to clear out a tough day and bring in the new. You will need two blocks and a strap.



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  • Stretch At Your Desk

    Even just a five minute break to stretch and re-energise makes all the difference to productivity, engagement and motivation. No need to get changed or rush off to a studio, these time efficient self-care videos can be done efficiently and discretely in your workplace for a sense of empowerment and rejuvenation.

    Seated Yoga for the Office
    MoveTime Teacher Level
    19:20 Barbara Gallani Beginners

    Stretch out in your office without attracting too much attention from your co-workers, or for those who are chair-bound or recovering from injury. Variations of the sun salutations whilst seated followed by neck and shoulder releases. Release tension in the side body with these subtle movements, self massage, and twists for you to learn so you can practice some secret or sneaky stretches at work. Feel grounded and energised during your work place, even if you don't have space to roll out a mat or if coming to a yoga mat isn't available to you.


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  • Rebalance Yourself24:24
    Rebalance Yourself

    Joo Teoh

    A gentle sequence to calm and rebalance your emotions after a stressful time. There are times when we can be knocked off our centre, maybe something as simple as someone has said something that has shocked us, or we are needing to rebalance after grief. This mixture of calming yoga, qi-gong and breath-work practices will calms and quieten your jangled nerves after a shock or stressful moment. These rebalancing classes are gentle and many poses may be done in a chair.



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  • Seated Yoga for the Office19:20
    Seated Yoga for the Office

    Barbara Gallani

    Stretch out in your office without attracting too much attention from your co-workers, or for those who are chair-bound or recovering from injury. Variations of the sun salutations whilst seated followed by neck and shoulder releases. Release tension in the side body with these subtle movements, self massage, and twists for you to learn so you can practice some secret or sneaky stretches at work. Feel grounded and energised during your work place, even if you don't have space to roll out a mat or if coming to a yoga mat isn't available to you.



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  • Chair Yoga: Shoulders and Spine07:00
    Chair Yoga: Shoulders and Spine

    Lizzie Reumont

    A great yoga class for those of us who need stress relief at work whilst at our desks. You'd be surprised at how quickly tension disappears when we mobilise and release our shoulders and mobilise our spine. Also a great sequence for chair-bound folks and seniors.



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