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  • Total Body Recharge01:06:02
    Total Body Recharge

    Joo Teoh

    A very peaceful yoga class to have you fully relaxed and restored. With just a few restorative poses and all held for several minutes, this class is a wonderfully healthy way to recharge after a busy day. With minimal instruction during the long holds, this class is conducive to deeply recharging and letting go. Rather than getting ready for bed, this class will have you restored and recharged afterwards. After deep relaxation, we finish standing tall, refreshed and recharged. Although class calls for two bolsters, one bolster and rolled blankets or cushions will work just as well.



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  • Abdominal Conditioning Workout26:11
    Abdominal Conditioning Workout

    Andrew McGonigle

    A tutorial and practice working on the different abdominal muscles including a full workout of of the abdominal muscles that support our core stability and the lumbar spine. This pilates-inspired class focuses on strengthening each layer of the abdominal muscles. You will need a blanket or a cushion.



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  • Universal Teachings 912:51
    Universal Teachings 9

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    Contemplation Practice. Your next meditation in the series of Whizz Through Universal Teachings is a contemplative practice in which we open ourselves up to what lies beyond by means of inner stillness, utilising a language of silence that gives rise to an unspoken communication between the visible and invisible worlds of manifestation



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  • Universal Teachings 814:25
    Universal Teachings 8

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    Mindfulness Meditation: The Orb of Being. The eighth meditation in the series of Whizz Through Universal teachings is a mindfulness meditation which is a powerful Self-study meditation – shedding more light onto the different aspects of our Self.



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  • Morning Magic Six09:57
    Morning Magic Six

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    The a perfect yoga class to begin the day if you're short on time. Just six yoga poses, perfect to warming up the day in the Jivamukti method.



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  • Mum to Be Breath meditation: Breathe you and your baby calm10:44
    Mum to Be Breath meditation: Breathe you and your baby calm

    Lucy McCarthy

    A very grounding comprehensive seated breath work meditation for pregnant women. Suitable for all 3 trimesters. This will help you connect to your body and deepen your bond with your baby whilst calming and soothing your nervous system.



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  • Universal Teachings 713:21
    Universal Teachings 7

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    Meditation on Compassion / Heart Field Meditation. The seventh in the universal teachings series is working with our heart field. Science now has shown that the heart emits an electric field about 60 times greater than the brain in its amplitude. The magnetic component of the heart is 5,000 times stronger than the brains – making it the strongest field in the body! A coherent and strong heart field meditation is so important for our own health, as well as the peace of each other. A peaceful and tranquil heart knows how to radiate compassion, and this meditation creates coherence in the magnetic field of the heart by increasing vagus nerve tone.



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  • Start Your Day The Yin Way10:36
    Start Your Day The Yin Way

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    We often associate Yin Yoga with the afternoon or evenings, but it’s also a wonderful practice to start the day. This is a short Kidney meridian focused yin yoga class with just three Yin yoga poses and is a great bookend to a more yang class, or a prelude to morning meditation, and is great way to start the day when you’re short on time. You will need a bolster.



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  • Fit Mum To Be Flow37:20
    Fit Mum To Be Flow

    Lucy McCarthy

    This is a lovely strong yoga class for pregnant women in their second trimester who already had a steady yoga practice pre-pregnancy and are feeling strong and energised. Sweet flowing sequence that opens the spine, builds to a steady standing pose flow, balancing, then some soothing yogic breath work ideal for pregnancy before ending in a delicious side lying restorative shavasana to close.



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  • Hyperflexibility: Tips to Strengthen and Stabilise16:02
    Hyperflexibility: Tips to Strengthen and Stabilise

    Andrew McGonigle

    Super important advice for anyone who practices yoga regularly. Packed with tips to train your nervous system to recognise hyper extension. This workshop, focusing on hyper extension of the elbow and knee joints explains everything you need to know about this complicated topic. You will need a block and strap/belt.



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  • Balance And Stability Quickie13:16
    Balance And Stability Quickie

    Naomi Absalom

    A surprisingly challenging balance sequence, all on a block. Great for improviing your stability, and you may find that your glutes get a workout too! A fantastic class for all-levels, but you may find that you'd prefer to stay at the first stage of the practice until you're ready to move on. You will need a yoga brick to balance on.



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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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  • Universal Teachings 614:38
    Universal Teachings 6

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    Evolving Being: How to remember the Self. A great practice for everyone that wants to further evolve within by utilising their inner sense. A gentle contemplative practice that in time might give rise to a state of being that is distinct from everything else.



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  • (11) Putting It All Together07:52
    (11) Putting It All Together

    Dan Peppiatt

    Make sure you do the Warm Up first and then get ready for some fun. This is a playful exercise using the grounding, stability, spaciousness and feelings of freedom that we’ve found. You will need something to make 3 marks on your floor – ideally 3 flat blocks but 3 pieces of sticky tape or 3 cushions will do.



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  • (10) Fun With Feral Movements17:54
    (10) Fun With Feral Movements

    Dan Peppiatt

    Prepare with Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence and then get rid of your mat for this class, finding freedom in animal movements which will liberate your yoga practice. Among other moves discover a duck walk, bunny hops, sneaky ape, creeping beast, jumping crows and finally crawl like a lizard. Some of the moves in this class can be quite challenging, so feel free to adapt or skip postures to make the class suitable for your body.



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  • (9) Ground Based Free Movement10:15
    (9) Ground Based Free Movement

    Dan Peppiatt

    A more guided class, with some really unusual movements. You’ll need to prepare with Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence, as some of these movements are fairly strong in the shoulders and wrists. Mostly floor based, you’ll find yourself moving fluidly, like water.



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  • (8) Exploring Spontaneity06:18
    (8) Exploring Spontaneity

    Dan Peppiatt

    A continuation of Dan’s Spontaneity Class, here are more ways to encourage yourself to move in different ways. Before you start, remember to warm up your body with Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence. Then you will be ready to focus on using different body parts in spontaneous ways. Beginning in kneel, you will explore different movements in your hands, arms, fingers. Then you move into movement explorations with your shoulders (be careful), and then the lower body can be integrated with this.



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  • (7) Spontaneity10:57
    (7) Spontaneity

    Dan Peppiatt

    A class to move the body away from mechanical repetitive movement patterns and into spontaneous, organic and intuitive freedom. Before you do this class, you will need to warm up your body with Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence. Then you will be ready to get creative, spontaneous and free, finding entirely new ways to move. You will begin in a moving plank exercise, finding balance in a variety of ways, using different parts of the anatomy. And then we go onto our back to explore how movement feels there. Enjoy!



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