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  • 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 2 - Foundation Poses24:32
    Beginners 2 - Foundation Poses

    Clare Beagley

    Clare breaks down some of the fundamental yoga poses: Downward facing dog, lunges and cobra. These are building blocks for "Sun Salutations" that are taught in many yoga classes. Clare shows how to position the body: feet, hands, shoulders and hips, and build the poses with the breath into a flow that we’ll use across the beginners series. Class finishes with a short relaxation.



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  • Beginners 3 - Standing Poses29:04
    Beginners 3 - Standing Poses

    Clare Beagley

    Standing poses build up strength and steadiness. Clare explains how to build upon the foundations of the feet and breath and use the muscles of the legs to give stability and space. Class builds in the flow we have learned in previous classes. Props: 2 blocks. Coming next Beginners 4: Twist to Unwind ”¦



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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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  • Stepping Stones to Practice: 123:25
    Stepping Stones to Practice: 1

    Kate Walker

    KIck-start your 20 minute morning yoga practice with Kate's Stepping Stones series. Each week improve as Kate adds more challenging variations to the sequence. This is great for beginners and for those who want to make yoga a daily habit.



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  • Stepping Stones to Practice: 225:21
    Stepping Stones to Practice: 2

    Kate Walker

    Kate’s morning series builds the pace, adding in some variations to last week’s sequence. Each week improve as Kate adds more challenging variations. Great for beginners and improvers who want to make yoga a daily habit.



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  • Stepping Stones to Practice: 325:48
    Stepping Stones to Practice: 3

    Kate Walker

    The third in the series of Kate's stepping stones to a daily practice. In this class Kate progresses her sequence of beginner daily morning practices to incorporate some backbends and a standing balancing pose. Great for beginners and for those who want to make yoga a daily habit. Props: block



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  • Stepping Stones to Practice 423:00
    Stepping Stones to Practice 4

    Kate Walker

    The last in the series of Kate's stepping stones to a daily morning practice. In this class Kate picks up the pace and adds in some fun challenges with some deeper twists, standing balances and hip openers. Great for beginners, improvers and for those who want to make yoga a daily habit. Props: you will need a block



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  • Journalling: The Day I Fell19:04
    Journalling: The Day I Fell

    Ash Bond

    This journalling class is inspired by the traditional creation myth of Sky Woman falling to earth. We think of other stories where characters have found themselves in strange, new environments and explore writing exercises around these inspirations and experiences. Journalling is a wonderful skill to learn, helps with our creativity and helps to unblock emotion. We can't recommend journalling as a practice enough, and these classes bring creativity, your inner artist, to the process.



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  • More One Blanket Restorative Yoga25:49
    More One Blanket Restorative Yoga

    Adam Hocke

    A very simple, gentle class perfect to calm you down when anxiety is high or when you are preparing for sleep. This is a minimalist restorative yoga class focused on the abdomen, side body, hip flexors, and neck. All you need for this restful practice is one blanket or towel. You may also like to have some extra cushioning ready for your head.



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  • Journalling: The Wild Place21:23
    Journalling: The Wild Place

    Ash Bond

    A journalling class in which we journey to a secret place: a garden of your own creation. We will write through some quick-fire questions before delving into a longer writing exercise. Find a comfortable space, pick up your notebook and get journalling!



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  • Pilates for a Stronger Core21:53
    Pilates for a Stronger Core

    Sally Parkes

    A strong, flowing Pilates class to work the core. Pilates is an effective way to strengthen the core in a functional way, in that it works to strengthen the muscles of the lower back in particular, as well as the abdominal area. This sequence uses core focused Pilates exercises for deep internal strength of the entire core and finishes with stretching on the lower back, hips and abdomen to minimise muscle soreness. You will need a block.



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  • Jivamukti Yoga Reset22:30
    Jivamukti Yoga Reset

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    When you need to move quickly or you need to find stability within a busy day but you're short on time, this Jivamukti yoga class is the perfect reset. Use your stability and strength in equal measure. This short quick class will take you through the Jivamukti practice reinvigorating you and re-setting your energy levels. You will need a block to sit on and feel free to use the wall for the inversion.



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  • Evening Pause and Recharge20:07
    Evening Pause and Recharge

    Rakhee Jasani

    Unwind from your day with this gentle, peaceful hatha yoga class. Take a breath and create your own happy hour, to pause between the business of the day and the softness of the evening. The class comprises mainly seated and supine poses - a wonderful way to pause and recharge. You will need a bolster.



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  • Two Key Restorative Yoga Poses19:15
    Two Key Restorative Yoga Poses

    Yvonne OGarro

    A gentle, restorative yoga class with variations of two key restorative postures - Supta Baddha Konāsana, Reclined Cobbler and Savāsana, Relaxation pose. This class sets up the poses, and then you'll need to find the time to practice. All restorative postures are relaxing and great for improving nervous system health, but these two are deeply relaxing and nourishing. There is a true sense of healing from the position in which the body is positioned in Reclined Cobbler, there may be a sense of vulnerability as the soles of the feet touch and knees are apart, but you can always take another blanket to cover the knees. Savāsana allows all the benefits of our previous postures (in any style of yoga) to come together in this final restful pose. This class is perfect if you've had a tough day and you're looking to unwind, or you simply are looking for some home self-care. You will need: 2 bolsters, 1 strap, 2 bricks, 2 blankets and an eye pillow (1 x pillow folded in half, wrapped in a towel and pushed into a pillowcase makes a bolster or indeed a sleeping bag tied together | A scarf or robe belt can be used as a yoga belt | 2 x hard back books can be used as blocks | 2 x Bath Towels can be used instead of blankets). Practice this class alongside this playlist.



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  • Journalling: Your Inner Artist16:33
    Journalling: Your Inner Artist

    Ash Bond

    Journalling is a wonderful opportunity for self-enquiry, creativity and bringing a sense of child-like fun and wonder. This journalling session is an invitation to cast your mind back; who was your favourite artist when you were a child? Perhaps a band? A movie director? In this journalling session, imagine a meeting between your inner artist and yourself as a child. This is especially for those who need a little encouragement in making friends with their inner artist. We know you will enjoy meeting them!



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  • Evening Yoga Relaxation 18:29
    Evening Yoga Relaxation

    Carlene Bogues

    A beautifully peaceful yoga class, perfect to take right before bed. Use it to help settle into a great night's sleep, or anytime you feel overwhelmed and in need of calm. This class can be done either on a yoga mat or even in bed to allow yourself to fall into a deep and restful sleep. On this journey, we will explore what needs to be released and let go by focusing on the breath to connect and ground through the body. We will explore a little activation of the body to bring awareness, then a deep relaxation with some juicy restorative yoga poses. You will need a strap or a long towel.



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  • Journalling: The Magic in Everyday18:47
    Journalling: The Magic in Everyday

    Ash Bond

    Open yourself up to creativity and fun with journalling! This journalling class explores the magic of ordinary objects. We can see many examples in literature where ordinary objects are given great importance or power: a stick becomes Harry Potter's magic wand; a playing card becomes the symbol of an evil villain; a golden ring becomes something that can destroy the world! For this session, Ash asks you to collect five objects from your house or garden as inspiration for our journal journey. We highly recommend journalling as a practice, and this class brings your creativity and imagination to the process.



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