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  • Chair Yoga15:12
    Chair Yoga

    Kirsty Norton

    Making yoga really accessible, this chair yoga class is a short and simple sequence to bring space around the neck and shoulders and at the same time opening up the ribcage to invite in more breath. It will leave you feeling more spacious from the waist up. Great for those with limited mobility as well for practicing in the office or at work.



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  • (2) Fluidity & Release: The Sacral Chakra32:02
    (2) Fluidity & Release: The Sacral Chakra

    Lucy McCarthy

    A super fluid flow sequence low to the earth to open you into your innate creativity and find ease in your body. Deep, hip openers reign supreme in this short but deep hip opening class.



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  • (1) The Root Chakra: Ground & Anchor31:20
    (1) The Root Chakra: Ground & Anchor

    Lucy McCarthy

    A nourishing & grounding flow using standing and balancing poses to get connected to the earth and ignite your sense of stability and presence. Great for getting you grounded at the beginning of the day!



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  • Journey To Your Centre01:15:10
    Journey To Your Centre

    Leila Sadeghee

    A class to remember who we really are through the sutle body. In the first 15 minutes, you will explore a completely different kind of yoga, where you will explore deeply within yourself and your body to find the middle body, the deep centring space within us all. You'll move slowly, deeply, and softly through a highly conscious flow class which ignites a remembrance of centre as a place to rest into through all the activities of life. This class is magic for your nervous system. Note that the headstand tutorial can be watched as an addendum to this class if you have no experience of headstand.



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  • Effort Without Struggle57:14
    Effort Without Struggle

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    In doing yoga, we can learn from the Buddha’s wisdom of working with right effort. This practice will look at how we can move through a practice and learn to identify when we’re putting in healthy effort, or when our effort feels a bit more like a struggle! There will be some strong arm balances like one-legged crow (eka pada galavasana) where we can play our edge, but also moments of surrender. Hope you enjoy it.



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  • Vinyasa SOS: Improvers02:51
    Vinyasa SOS: Improvers

    Lucy McCarthy

    A short vinyasa SOS lesson teaching those who have mastered a 'level 1 vinyasa' how to take it to the next level with integrity and alignment.



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  • Cultivating Our Inner Light42:26
    Cultivating Our Inner Light

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    A beautiful flow to open the heart, warm the back and still the mind. In the Yoga Sutra, the busy mind is described as quieting down through a number of ways: lengthening the breath, concentration on objects, or on experiences in deep sleep or dream states. It is also suggested that the mind can be quieted by concentration on the ever-present source of light that is believed to dwell inside the human heart. This light grows brighter when we do practices – like polishing a jewel that begins to shine and reflects the light all around it. We’ll look at ways to work with sunlight and moonlight in this fluid vinyasa-based sequence, and help awaken the source of light within each of us.



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  • Metta: Care for Ourselves and Care for Others42:09
    Metta: Care for Ourselves and Care for Others

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    Featuring moon rather than sun salutes, this more nourishing practice is a beautifully nurturing slow flow and a nourishing sequence for the heart and soul. Great for when your body needs a little extra support, but you'd like to keep your movement practice. The human heart circulates the most oxygen rich supply of blood to itself first before it moves it out to the rest of the body. As humans we can also learn to care for our own bodies and experience, and use this care as a springboard to cultivate greater care for others and the world. “It is not arrogant or egotistical to feel good inside. You had nothing to do with it. It's simply the honest response to clearly perceived Reality.” – Erich Schiffmann



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  • Devotion: Practising Hanumanasana01:05:52
    Devotion: Practising Hanumanasana

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    Hanumanasana is a challenging pose – it’s the “splits” – but named after the monkey king Hanuman, who in one giant leap stretched across the continent of India to help save his Lord Rama’s wife, Sita. His act is one of devotion. When we practice Hanumanasana, it can feel really challenging, but if we consider what makes us act in the service of our highest self, or our volition in life – like Hanuman’s devotion and love inspired him to take that immortalized leap – the pose can perhaps be understood in a new light. In this practice we’ll look at Hanumanasana and consider the ways in which can embrace its difficulty with skill and insight.



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  • Prepare For Your Day19:29
    Prepare For Your Day

    Andrew McGonigle

    Start your day right with this warming all-levels sequence from Dr Yogi. Stretching out all the main body parts and setting a positive mindset, this class is ideal to use every morning.



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  • New Year Refreshing Sequence15:11
    New Year Refreshing Sequence

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    A short sequence that will leave you refreshed and energised. Includes twists, stretches, side plank for strengthening and backbends to open your heart and help you look forward.



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  • Up With The Lark20:44
    Up With The Lark

    Liz Lark

    A gentle, flowing start to the day. Starting with gentle movements to awaken the spine and a creative warrior flow to awaken and focus the mind and body.



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  • Shoulder Stabilisation Workshop25:02
    Shoulder Stabilisation Workshop

    Andrew McGonigle

    Dr Yogi gives us an essential series of movements for anyone with troubled shoulders. Shoulder stabilisation and strengthening is essential for all vinyasa flow yoga practices and for those of us who suffer from painful shoulders from poor posture, arthritis, instability or injury. This yoga class can improve your shoulder strength and stability when you practice this sequence regularly. You will need a strap, a block and a bolster.



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  • Gentle Yoga For Stress Relief26:21
    Gentle Yoga For Stress Relief

    Andrew McGonigle

    A very gentle, all-levels class to bust stress whenever you may need it. With focus on mindful, gentle, breath-led movements, this class is ideal to restore your breath and body after a challenging day. You will need a blanket, strap and bolster.



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  • Soothing The Warrior40:47
    Soothing The Warrior

    Liz Lark

    A creatively sequenced flow to sooth and nourish. The warrior isn't always about being driven but sometimes being patient and listening. This slow vinyasa yoga class is as soothing as it is strengthening. It's great whenever you need to be centred, or relaxed, or if you're on your moon cycle. With peak poses as dancer to warrior 3 balancing sequences, this isn't the most traditionally relaxing class, but it does find a way to feel watery with soothing qualities whilst working strongly.



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  • Symmetrical Backbends44:38
    Symmetrical Backbends

    Vidya Heisel

    A Kundalini-yoga inspired flow to energise, increase creativity and inspire loving-kindness through intense heart-openings. Features pranayama (breathing) to help you move deeply and more safely into a variety of symmetrical backbends. You will need a blanket and 2 blocks.



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  • Awakening The Warrior40:05
    Awakening The Warrior

    Liz Lark

    Wake yourself up with this flow to awaken the warrior within you! A sequence based around warrior poses to energise, cleanse and stabilise. Intermediate level sequence including a headstand flow, only to be practiced if you're an experienced headstand practitioner. You will need a block.



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  • Approaching The Warrior26:32
    Approaching The Warrior

    Liz Lark

    Learn to be a warrior! An introduction to weaving the warrior for beginners or for all of us who like to get back to basics. The warrior gives us the strength to lean in to life. Now is the best time to start to approach the warrior in yourself with this warrior flow. You may need blocks.



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