Yoga Classes

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  • Tune In Tune Up Series: Warm Up03:44
    Tune In Tune Up Series: Warm Up

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    Sun salutations to warm up physically and energetically. Energise the body ready for the Tune In Tune Up practices. You will need two bricks.



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  • Tune In Tune Up Series: Introduction03:39
    Tune In Tune Up Series: Introduction

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    Yoga has seven doorways of perception for us to alter our reality and thought process. In this series we will explore asana and sound as a way to heal our relationships with others. Please have a blanket ready.



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  • Tune In Tune Up: The Root Centre05:27
    Tune In Tune Up: The Root Centre

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    If you need to feel more grounded in your life, this is the perfect class for you. These two yoga postures with chanting will help you to gain stability anytime you feel overwhelmed and in a whirlwind of thought.



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  • Glute and Core Strength32:00
    Glute and Core Strength

    Zephyr Wildman

    A strengthening workout for the glutes, pelvic area and core, perfect for yogis who are often over-mobile - this sequence will help to prevent injury. Great for those who those of us who sit all day who have weak or under-used glutes, we really do need this class to strengthen and prevent back pain. Also a great class for those with diastasis recti from pregnancy and/or weak piriformis/glutes (which is most of us!) -but be ready for the burn. This sequence is focused on the hip stabilisers and core muscle relationship providing a stable base for the spine to advance in asana.



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  • Upside Down At The Wall06:13
    Upside Down At The Wall

    Adam Hocke

    Practise handstand, forearm-stand and headstand at the wall with support and guidance. Straightforward and direct, we will go step-by-step through the progression of these postures with the support of the wall. Add this to your daily practice (remembering it takes time to develop these postures!) or whenever you need a reminder.



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  • Qigong and Restorative Yoga: Finding Balance26:56
    Qigong and Restorative Yoga: Finding Balance

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    This is the second class in the three-part series, Qigong and Restorative Yoga. The first part of this class is a qigong elemental practice that will help balance the Chinese Five Elements of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water in your constitution. We will then do some quieting restorative practices to finish. You’ll want to have a yoga bolster or sofa cushion and a blanket.



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  • Meditation:Watching the Breath09:10
    Meditation:Watching the Breath

    Nikita Akilapa

    In this first introduction to meditation video we use the breath as our anchor. Learn how to pay close attention to your breath and how it feels in your body; start to explore all its qualities. Get really involved in all its personality - length, depth, temperature, quality. Fully inhabit it. Breathe in, knowing you are breathing in, breathe out, knowing you are breathing out. Use it as an anchor to the present moment. The minute you notice your mind drifting off to something else, make a point of bringing it right back. Keep the focus and enjoy this meditation introduction! Watch the intruction here: https://movementformodernlife.com/yoga-class-1238-meditation-series-introduction



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  • Mandala Salutations:Twists & Core26:48
    Mandala Salutations:Twists & Core

    Katarina Rayburn

    This is a feisty, swift-moving mandala-inspired sun salutation based vinyasa yoga class. If you only have a spare half hour, it’s a sure and fast way to get you flowing and sweating creatively. This flow focuses on twists and core stability; it is the espresso of morning practices with plenty of core work and some feisty moves. Expect lots of lovely twists, twisted lunges and twisted half moons and inversions. This is a Mandala journey, so you will be moving 360 degrees around your mat, so perhaps watch the class first to find out where Katarina takes you, or listen intently, as you won't always be able to see the screen. This change of perspective is a perfect way to change the way you look at life, getting insight from new ways of seeing things. The class focuses on twisting and rinsing out the body; igniting Agni (internal fire), strengthening our core and activating Manipura chakra, our source of willpower and transformation, this class is tough, fast and fun. We recommend you do a warming up practice and a relaxation practice afterwards, but this one is the pure-flow for those who just need to move! You will need two bricks.



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  • Mandala Salutations:Hamstrings & Inversions27:19
    Mandala Salutations:Hamstrings & Inversions

    Katarina Rayburn

    A dynamic, swift-paced mandala sun salutation based vinyasa yoga class. Mandala salutations move 360 degrees around the mat, this flow focuses on hamstrings and working towards inversions. Class gets started straight away, you'll find plenty of hamstring-opening poses to get you stronger and prepare you for your inversion practice. This class is tough, fast and fun. We recommend you do a warming up practice and a relaxation practice afternwards, but this one is the pure-flow for those who just need to move! This class is inspired by my self practice, when i'm away teaching my retreats, and only have a spare half hour to make the most of! You will need two bricks.



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  • Tutorial on Chaturanga04:43
    Tutorial on Chaturanga

    Andrew McGonigle

    There's no 'right' or 'wrong' in any yoga pose, so long as movements are made slowly and in a controlled way, mindfully and with the breath, and of course so long as there is no pain or pre-existing injury! With that in mind, Chaturanga or low plank, is one of the hardest yoga poses to master. This short tutorial on the yoga pose Chaturanga shows the action needed for the pose. Do take heed, the pose needs a LOT of strength in the shoulders and abdomen, which you'll need to build separately and whilst you build that strength, or if the pose is not suitable for your body, do please practice with your knees to the ground, or simply do a high push up, rather than the low push of Chaturanga. Enjoy!



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  • Qigong and Restorative Yoga: Finding Harmony26:26
    Qigong and Restorative Yoga: Finding Harmony

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    Finding Harmony is the first of three classes in the series of Qigong and Restorative Yoga. It focuses on harmonising breath, body movement and the balance of yin and yang. It can be hard to find harmony in our lives of conflicting needs and priorities. Class starts with active qigong and then go on to a relaxing restorative yoga class. Ideally, have a yoga bolster and two blankets. Alternatively, you can also use a sofa cushion and two bed pillows.



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  • Wakey Shakey Up & At 'Em21:31
    Wakey Shakey Up & At 'Em

    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.



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  • One Blanket Restorative25:48
    One Blanket Restorative

    Adam Hocke

    Restorative yoga is so important. Give your body the chance to rest fully, even if you are limited on props. All you need for this restful practice is one blanket or towel. Through a handful of supported postures we will bring a calming awareness to body and breath. Great to calm you down when anxiety is high or when you are preparing for sleep.An essential daily practice for those overwhelmed and busy.



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  • Feel Better Flow27:20
    Feel Better Flow

    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.



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  • Permission To Play: Anemone08:16
    Permission To Play: Anemone

    David Kam

    No more stagnant boats, instead a fluid anemone. Develop all-round core strength through a much more organic exploration of your centre.



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  • Binding Party44:38
    Binding Party

    Adam Hocke

    Build strength and mobility in your shoulders and hips with this yoga class. Binding requires a combination of shoulder and hip flexibility that may not be easily available to everyone. Even if you can make the bind, are you doing so in a way that is strong and sustainable? This yoga class develops mobility and strength in your shoulder area, an area that often suffers from our technology-led lifestyle, and develops strength in your binding practice, whilst also working on hip flexibility and strength - perfect for those who spend a lot of time seated. We work skillfully with the strap and learn how to practise poses like bound side angle, bound twisting lunge, gomukhasana, bound bharadvajasana and more with strength and integrity. You will need a strap, a brick and a block.



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  • Wind Down Your Day22:49
    Wind Down Your Day

    Kristin Campbell

    Wind down and recover from a busy day with a yoga class poses that will actively release your shoulders, hips, hamstrings and lower back. Suggested props are a belt to help support opening your hamstrings and for the shoulder opening, and a block to sit on.



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  • Morning Wake Up Call28:47
    Morning Wake Up Call

    Adam Hocke

    A perfect yoga class for those days when it's hard to get yourself moving. To help you gradually wake-up and invigorate the body before your day begins, start with a process of stretching, rolling and wiggling to warm-up before moving into sun salutations and easing into standing poses. Allow the intensity to gradually increase to a mindfully paced vinyasa flow and enjoy the heat-building capability of flow to start your day with a bang.



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