30 to 45 mins

  • Yoga for Winter44:47
    Yoga for Winter

    Rakhee Jasani

    A gentle hatha yoga class which is great for moving through the winter. The flow is gentle and mindful, allowing the mind to settle whilst warming the body and supporting it to move into stillness, reflecting the season. Starting with very gentle, floor based poses, we then gently move into standing poses. You'll need a couple of blocks or bricks if you have them.



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  • Soothe Your Soul: Breath & Yin40:28
    Soothe Your Soul: Breath & Yin

    Dirish Shaktidas

    Slow yin yoga and grounding meditations will help to calm you when you're feeling overwhelmed, relax your body and prepare you for a restorative state of being. Expect a mix of energy-releasing stretches, guided meditation, and pranayama to clear your head and release your worries. If you tend to toss and turn or have trouble falling asleep, this series is perfect to help you slip into that rested state of mind.



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  • Yoga Nidra for Relaxation36:52
    Yoga Nidra for Relaxation

    Vidya Heisel

    Yoga Nidra is a 'yogic sleep', but the aim is not to fall asleep! This is a rewarding relaxation practice which will help melt tension in your body and mind by rotating your consciousness and awareness. You may want a bolster under your knees, a blanket under your head and an eye pillow, or you can simply lay in savasansa. Find what is most comfortable for you.



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  • Stretch & Strengthen: Side Body 33:47
    Stretch & Strengthen: Side Body

    Clive Fogelman

    This hatha yoga class focuses on stretching and strengthening the sides of the body. Explore a range of creative side stretches and some strong core work emphasising the obliques (muscles down the side of the abdomen). You will feel longer, stronger, and perhaps even calmer and more spacious in your mind too.



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  • Qigong Balance Series 3: Emotional Balance37:07
    Qigong Balance Series 3: Emotional Balance

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    The third class in the qigong balance series uses movements, mudras and visualisations to guide you through the Chinese organs and meridian systems – each of which has a related emotion. For example, the liver relates to anger, the heart to joy, the spleen to sympathy, the lungs to grief, and the kidneys to fear. When we can help support the optimal function of these organ and meridian systems, our emotions will also naturally find greater natural expression and balance. No props are needed, not even a mat!



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  • Qigong Balance Series 2:  Energetic Balance36:11
    Qigong Balance Series 2: Energetic Balance

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    This qigong and yoga class is fabulous for balancing our energy levels and is perfect for re-charging fatigue at any time of the day. Tapping into the flow of energy can support greater inner strength and awareness, and help you better self-regulate and maintain your energy levels throughout th day. You’ll need a mat and maybe a bolster for the end in savasana.



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  • Stretch & Strengthen: Legs & Bums37:51
    Stretch & Strengthen: Legs & Bums

    Clive Fogelman

    This well-rounded yoga and mindful movement class has a focus on stretching and strengthening the glute muscles, and features plenty of standing balancing poses. This yoga class is ideal for those who walk regularly, run, cycle or do other physical sports or activities as strong glutes are vital for maintaining hip and lower back health. Strong, lifted and well stretched glutes also help to prevent injury, and are especially important for those of us who lead more sedentary lives.



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  • Playful Flow: Somatic Movement34:32
    Playful Flow: Somatic Movement

    Vanessa Michielon

    Have fun and play with rolling and spiralling movements. This mat-less somatic movement class takes place entirely on the floor and is a gentle way to play with movements and cultivate a healthy nervous system. Explore organic and fluid ways to stretch every body part and build efficiency and deep inner connection as we move through a sequence of movements from seated and supine poses. This is the ideal practice if you wish to learn how to move more effortlessly and gracefully while soothing your nervous system with a delicious slow flow. No need for a yoga mat, but you may wish to pad your knees.



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  • Full Moon Manifestation Meditation35:07
    Full Moon Manifestation Meditation

    Dirish Shaktidas

    Activate your intentions with this full moon manifestation meditation class. This class is a seated meditation with gentle movement: be guided with a powerful mantra and movement to elevate your vibration during the full moon.



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  • Grounding Stress Relief Flow40:19
    Grounding Stress Relief Flow

    Vanessa Michielon

    A mindfully paced and grounding vinyasa yoga class. This class is perfect for when you feel a bit overwhelmed and restless, and you need to move in a grounded and connected way. The sequence offers you tools to recover a sense of rootedness and safety in your body. Class begins with a calming seated breathing practice and progresses through a slow standing flow that will reinforce your connection with the Earth, and finishes with a guided relaxation.



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  • Yoga for Autumn44:39
    Yoga for Autumn

    Rakhee Jasani

    This is a well-rounded yoga class perfect for crisp Autumn mornings, or early evenings and brings together mindful yoga, qigong movements and breath work. Expect balances such as eagle and dancer pose. Release what no longer serves you as summer turns to autumn with this class which helps you to bring your energy back down to earth as you prepare for winter.



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  • Menopause Yoga: Befriending Your Feelings37:08
    Menopause Yoga: Befriending Your Feelings

    Petra Coveney

    This dynamic vinyasa yoga class is an energising but soothing practice which ends with a restorative yoga pose, relaxation, seated meditation and mantra. This class is designed to help you befriend your feelings at a time when erratic hormonal Pre-Menstrual Tension can trigger ‘energy surges’ and fiery emotions such as menopause rage. You will need a strap or belt, a bolster, a cushion and 2 blocks. NB - Modifications: hip and knee injuries take extra care, use a blanket when kneeling. If you experience hot flushes, keep your head level with your heart. Osteoporosis: avoid flexion rounding your back in forward folds; keep your spine straight. Trauma: hip opening poses and stretches across the chest can release tension but may also trigger trauma. Follow your own breathing pace, pause the practice when needed and find a comfortable resting pose.



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  • Menopause Yoga for Strength44:07
    Menopause Yoga for Strength

    Petra Coveney

    A gently strengthening yoga class to re-energise and empower by building strong bones. This dynamic hatha yoga class with poses that are held for 10 rounds of breath helps build bone mineral density and muscle mass, and raise the heart rate. This class has been designed to help prevent osteoporosis (weakened bones), sarcopenia (muscle loss) and cardiovascular disease, which can develop post-menopause. Expect a range of simple heart-lifting backbends to energise, breath work, a restorative yoga pose, relaxation practice and seated meditation. You will need a strap or belt, 2 bolsters, a cushion, a blanket, and 2 blocks. NB - Osteoporosis: avoid flexion rounding your back in forward folds; keep your spine straight. If you have previously experienced panic attacks, avoid holding your breath and instead follow your own breathing pace.



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  • Yoga Step by Step 441:35
    Yoga Step by Step 4

    Kate Walker

    The fourth and final class in the Step by Step series builds on the previous three classes. You should be feeling familiar with the poses and sequences, so this simple and clearly cued hatha yoga class creates more of a flow and includes new poses such as navasana (boat pose), ardha chandrasana (half moon) and bridge pose.



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  • Yoga for Osteopenia35:49
    Yoga for Osteopenia

    Petra Coveney

    This is a brief yoga tutorial of some of the ways you can use a chair to modify your yoga practice if you have osteopenia (weakened bones) which can affect women as they go through the menopause. If you have osteoporosis, you must always consult your GP before practising yoga, and ask your osteopath or physiotherapist which range of movement is suitable for your body.



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  • Yoga for Stress Relief: Neck Release40:00
    Yoga for Stress Relief: Neck Release

    Vanessa Michielon

    When the muscles of our neck are chronically tight we are more likely to maintain our nervous system in a state of stress. On the contrary, when we allow them to soften, our body and mind can more easily shift into a calm state. This floor-based yoga flow is specifically designed to help you release tension from your neck and shoulders, so you can feel more spacious and relaxed. This class is perfect for when you're busy at work, when you're feeling overwhelmed, when you've been driving a lot or are feeling stressed. This calming yoga practice will help you create more space and relaxation in your neck and stabilise your shoulders as you move.



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  • New Moon Intention Meditation35:22
    New Moon Intention Meditation

    Dirish Shaktidas

    Set your intentions and start new beginnings with this Intention Meditation class for the New Moon. In this meditation we use gentle movement and breath work to open the body and mind; reset and clear the mind to be open to new intentions and new beginnings. After movement and breath work, there is a long relaxation to seal in the practice.



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  • Yoga Step by Step 340:29
    Yoga Step by Step 3

    Kate Walker

    Get ready to progress your practice. In the third class in this Step by Step hatha yoga series, you’ll find additions to the first and second classes including sunbathing pigeon, plank pose, high lunge, tree with side bend, seated twist pose, double pigeon and rolling bridge.



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