10 to 20 mins

  • Beginners 1: Move with the breath 17:02
    Beginners 1: Move with the breath

    Clare Beagley

    Brand new to yoga? Unsure about where to start? Take Clare’s beginners series which is an unfussy approach to the fundamentals. Moving with the breath is the first step in yoga. Clare shows the difference between the natural breath and the “ocean” or Ujaii breath and builds in simple standing, kneeling and supine movements. Class finishes with a short relaxation.



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  • Beginners 4: Twist to unwind 20:00
    Beginners 4: Twist to unwind

    Clare Beagley

    Twists help you feel yourself again. So whether you’re stiff, stressed-out, sluggish, or plain out of sorts, Clare’s simple twist practice will leave you feeling grounded and re-energised. Perfect for morning or evening. The class ends on a savasana, so feel free to lay down and soak up the practice for as long as you need.



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  • Tutorial: How The Shoulders Work12:22
    Tutorial: How The Shoulders Work

    Lizzie Reumont

    This yoga tutorial looks at how the arms and shoulders help to support movement, expression, circulation and spinal health. Learn how to move and open your shoulders for greater connection to your body. This is also a great tutorial to help counter the effect on the shoulders of chaturanga and to support those with previous injuries to their shoulder such as tennis elbow, frozen shoulder or bursitis. No need for a yoga mat, this tutorial can be done anywhere!



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  • Tutorial: Explore Standing Yoga Poses19:28
    Tutorial: Explore Standing Yoga Poses

    Lizzie Reumont

    A short yoga tutorial using a chair/wall as an option for support while exploring warrior one, warrior two, triangle pose and extended side angle. These poses are very common in a yoga class, but they are actually very complex. Explore these poses and discover versions which work best and feel good for your body so you can take them into future yoga classes.



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  • Tutorial: Intelligent Body 17:51
    Tutorial: Intelligent Body

    Lizzie Reumont

    Learn to be more sensitive to your body and enrich your practice in this experiential yoga tutorial. We invite you to explore your body from the feet up and give you tools to take with you into whatever movement practice you have, whether that be yoga, walking, running, cycling, dancing or the other million ways our human bodies like to move. This yoga class also asks us what are the components of an intelligent body? When we become more sensitive to our body's intelligence, we can work and move with our own body in a safer and subtler way. We can make more grounded, more embodied decisions.



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  • Awaken Energy 2: Balls, Blocks and Massage11:20
    Awaken Energy 2: Balls, Blocks and Massage

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    A second class to move chi (or energy) in the body using tennis ball massage. This class is perfect in the morning to gently stimulate energy or as a prelude to yin class; ideal if you’re feeling tired and want to gently lift your energy with minimal movement. You will need 2 tennis balls or spiky massage balls and a block.



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  • Meditation: Being Embodied 09:23
    Meditation: Being Embodied

    Lizzie Reumont

    This meditation will help you to understand how the various ‘parts’ of the body relate to one another, and how they respond to gravity. Bring your awareness to the body to help you to ground and feel present to this moment. A great meditation to do when you're on the move, feeling anxious or overwhelmed to reconnect with yourself and this moment. Also a really great meditation to do when you’re choosing what class to practise. Tune into your body and find out what your body is asking for.



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  • Meditation: Body Intelligence 11:19
    Meditation: Body Intelligence

    Lizzie Reumont

    A lying down guided meditation class on the concept of body intelligence. This practice also invites some subtle movements during the meditation to help connect with the whole body and be receptive to how it feels in the present moment.



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  • Awaken Energy 1: Blocks, Rollers and Massage12:11
    Awaken Energy 1: Blocks, Rollers and Massage

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    Learn techniques to move energy in the body. You will need 1-2 tennis balls or spiky massage ball, a block and a foam roller. You'll learn how to move energy (or chi, in Chinese medicine) along meridian lines. This class is entirely floor based so is ideal for when you have limited space, and the class is great for those who are feeling fatigued or low in energy. You could even practice this prior to a yin yoga class.



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  • Wake Up Shake Up: Tap and Stretch20:58
    Wake Up Shake Up: Tap and Stretch

    Norman Blair

    Wake up, shake up, tap and stretch. This short and gentle movement class doesn't need a yoga mat or any equipment: perfect for when you're on the move or even in the office. Awaken, enliven and invigorate through shaking movements before tapping along the meridians, and moving through gentle stretches which are as invigorating as they are soothing and quietening. The focus is less on postural extremism and more on awareness of embodiment. A practice of interoception and inner attention. A great class for seniors or those with more limited mobility, recovering from surgery or times of illness. Inspired by disco and qigong.



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  • High Intensity Core Workout 17:00
    High Intensity Core Workout

    Clive Fogelman

    A strengthening interval-based high intensity workout which especially focuses on the core. This class is 15 exercises: 40 seconds on 20 seconds off, with most of the exercises based around plank or sit-ups. This workout is perfect as a standalone class or add it on at the end of one of your others to add some core strength.



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  • Awake and Alert: Tapping and Breathing 10:31
    Awake and Alert: Tapping and Breathing

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    Unlock vitality! Perfect for the morning or when you need a pick me up of energy. No need for a yoga mat, the class includes simple energising techniques of tapping, breath work and twists which could be done standing or seated. Class is perfect for all mobility levels, all bodies, all ages.



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  • New Moon Intention Meditation 218:47
    New Moon Intention Meditation 2

    Dirish Shaktidas

    This meditation is intended to tap into the energy of the new moon symbolically or literally, which means it can be used at any time of the month. It is a great meditation for when you want to start things anew, clarify your intention, envision and set a new intention. You may wish to write any intentions you have down beforehand, or afterward, or not at all. Class starts with seated twisting movements to eliminate tension and then breath work is used to calm and clarify the mind before the seated meditation begins. This is a very free meditation, which will hopefully soothe you, refresh you, and give you a new spark of energy and spiritual insight.



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  • Kundalini Yoga for Positivity18:15
    Kundalini Yoga for Positivity

    Kiranjot

    This Kundalini yoga class offers four simple mudras, which can be practiced anytime, anywhere, and can be done in a seated posture or at a desk. These mudras will help with feelings of overwhelm or negative emotions. These mudras are said to lift the spirits and help with moving into a happier, more positive frame of mind.



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  • Yoga for Sacroiliac Stability 29:23
    Yoga for Sacroiliac Stability

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    Sacroiliac (SI) pain can be common in many yoga practitioners. This series of movements, all done on the back when done daily can help address instability and discomfort in the sacroiliac area. It’s also ideal if you’re short on space and time. You’ll need a blanket, block and strap.



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  • Invigorate with Qigong19:29
    Invigorate with Qigong

    Rakhee Jasani

    This Qigong class is a gentle way to awaken your energy. Suitable for the morning or anytime you feel sluggish and need to get your energy flowing. Start by systematically waking up our joint spaces followed by gentle meridian stimulation. Then continue to awaken the entire body with poses such as constant bear, wild horse, shaking and pulses. Class concludes with centring and breathing ready to move on with the day. You don't need a mat for this class, so it's perfect for a limited space or even for practicing outdoors.



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  • Gong Relaxation 12:20
    Gong Relaxation

    Kiranjot

    Take a long, deep relaxation with this beautiful sound healing with gong. Take a comfortable savasana, or adopt any restorative yoga position, and enjoy the healing tones of the gong; soothing your nervous system and helping you find calm.



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  • Joint Mobilisation Warm Up13:17
    Joint Mobilisation Warm Up

    Carlene Bogues

    A perfect, short yoga class to take anytime, anywhere - no mat needed, perfect for when you only have limited space. This class will help to loosen the joints and release some tension as a warm up before your regular class or work out, or as a standalone class for a break from work. This practice is a mobility flow that focuses on circular movements and some qigong warm ups to create more space and ease in the body.



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