Hatha › 30 to 45 mins

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  • Relax Into The Feeling Body41:00
    Relax Into The Feeling Body

    Kirsty Norton

    This gentle, nurturing yoga class is not about the shapes that you may make, but is about how you feel during the practice. Become sensitive to how you feel so that you can bespoke the class to exactly that. Expect plenty of relaxing supine poses and some releasing lunges before opening the chest, hips and relaxing. A perfect class for releasing after a tough day.



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  • The Jewel of the Lotus Heart - Yoga,Qigong and Mindfulness31:47
    The Jewel of the Lotus Heart - Yoga,Qigong and Mindfulness

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    In Tibetan, there’s a mantra known as Om mani padme Om, or Hail the jewel in the lotus heart. The mantra suggests that through our practices, we can begin to polish a jewel that resides inside the lotus petals of our heart. When this polished jewel begins to reflect radiant light in all directions, we begin to awaken our innate qualities of wisdom and compassion. This mindfully paced gentle practice will integrate vinyasa yoga, qigong and mindfulness practices that can help the jewel of our lotus heart shine.



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  • Finding Our Yin Foundations33:21
    Finding Our Yin Foundations

    Norman Blair

    A very simple, effective and grounding Yin yoga class with just a few of the most grounding poses. You may need two bricks or blocks, a strap, a bolster and a sandbag, but improvisation with cushions and books is also encouraged!



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  • Harmonising Effort and Ease – Yoga, Qigong and Mindfulness Meditation  29:27
    Harmonising Effort and Ease – Yoga, Qigong and Mindfulness Meditation

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    The Buddha emphsised using right effort in our actions and intentions in meditation and life. This practice looks at how we can approach strength building practices, especially in the legs, using right effort so that we create more space for awareness and less reactivity. We’ll also explore the idea in qigong of using intention, not force – or yong yi, buyong l – and apply it through a blend of yoga and qigong forms to explore how we can harmonise effort and ease.



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  • Evening Yin/Yang Flow37:16
    Evening Yin/Yang Flow

    Jonelle Lewis

    A peaceful Yin/Yang flow to wind down and relax for the end of the day. With some spinal rolling and freeing, some poses from QiGong, some restorative and Yin poses, this fusion yoga class is a perfect way to wind down and relax at the end of the day, or for whenever you need to calm, nourish and restore yourself. The perfect self-care solution to our overwhelmed lives. You will need a bolster (or pillows), a blanket, 2 yoga bricks and a foam block and a strap.



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  • Hold That Pose!40:09
    Hold That Pose!

    Clive Fogelman

    A yoga class of standing poses, these are the kind of poses that you will encounter during a vinyasa or faster moving hatha yoga class, but in today’s practice you’ll hold for longer than usual. This is ideal if you’re getting to know the poses, so you don’t want to hurry through poses, or if you prefer a deeper yoga class where less is more.This class is entirely wrist and sun-salutation free, perfect for those recovering from wrist and shoulder injuries.



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  • Workout for More Length and Strength48:59
    Workout for More Length and Strength

    Clive Fogelman

    Balance improving your strength and flexibility in this second part of our lengthen and strengthen series. You'll need a strap and a block.



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  • Elemental Flow: Root Down Gently32:36
    Elemental Flow: Root Down Gently

    Lucy McCarthy

    The First of Lucy's 5 elements series. This yoga class will connect you to the earth with gentle, slow and steady movements and a focus on grounding, slowing down and getting present. Perfect for when you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed, or you just need help to calm. This class starts with a long breath-work relaxation, then works gently on the hips to release feelings of business and stress. You will need a tennis-size ball and you might need a block.



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  • Restore yourself: Drop into stillness42:21
    Restore yourself: Drop into stillness

    Joo Teoh

    A great yoga class to end a frantic day. This class winds you down and prepares you to drop into deep peaceful sleep. With hatha and restorative poses, this class is a great way into a settled and calming evening. Class starts standing with gentle neck rolls, then gentle hip stretches and finally lying down in long holds so you can drop into a meditative state. Although class calls for two bolsters, rolled blankets or cushions will work just as well.



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  • Turning Toward Awareness: Yoga, Qigong & Mindfulness37:02
    Turning Toward Awareness: Yoga, Qigong & Mindfulness

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    Feel centred, grounded and start to fine tune your awareness with this gentle and beautiful fusion of yoga, qigong and mindfulness class with a focus on twists and forward folds. With a gentle start, working with mindful movement, this is a practice exploring how we might work with twists as a way to discover greater ease and space in our physical, mental and emotional experience of being human. With twists, we are invited to curve our awareness inward and we grant ourselves space to learn to respond to whatever experiences arise. From this, we allow ourselves time to build better resources to meet the business of our outward lives.



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  • Vinyasa on the Soft Side of Life 39:06
    Vinyasa on the Soft Side of Life

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    This well-rounded full body stretch, gentle yoga class has a focus on luscious side bends. Side bends are a fabulous way to move the whole body. They help open space in the lungs and respiratory muscles but are also highly therapeutic for the spine, back, and core. When these areas are less tense and more free, maybe you might feel that you can slide into that precious soft side of life. Although the class is gentle, you may find the moves tough!



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  • Release Tension in the Upper Back39:31
    Release Tension in the Upper Back

    Andrew McGonigle

    This gentle, all level, alignment based yoga class will help you to release tension from your upper back and neck. Learn how to open your upper back gently and safely with some helpful alignment tips to stop you from bending from the most mobile part of your back, and to start to bend from the usually 'stuck' with tension area between the shoulder blades. Great to practice at any time of the day, this class will improve your energy levels and help leave you feel invigorated. You will need a rolled up tee-shirt, a bolster, foam block and eye bag.



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  • Progress Your Practice: Backbends48:27
    Progress Your Practice: Backbends

    Vidya Heisel

    The third class in progressing your practice series, this beginners yoga class focuses on backbends. Backbends help to keep the back and shoulders open after days hunched over a computer or smartphone and are essential to keep the back and spine healthy. With some slow flow and twists to counterbalance your backbending class. You will need a blanket, rolled up and two bricks.



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  • Get Powered Up31:17
    Get Powered Up

    Dylan Ayaloo

    Start your day the right way with this power yoga class. This power vinyasa class will move you swiftly into the day. With plenty of sun salutations and variations and standing pose, this class will have you feeling energised and invigorated. You may need a strap and a block.



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  • Morning Practice: Fluidity and Flow37:31
    Morning Practice: Fluidity and Flow

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    This morning yoga and qigong class is focused on circular, smooth movements through the body and joints to set you up for the day. With some beautifully awakening qigong forms such as variations of swimming dragon followed by active sun salute variations and fluid movements through standing poses. Enjoy waking up all your senses in this awakening flow!



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  • Morning Practice: Awaken with the Elements42:32
    Morning Practice: Awaken with the Elements

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    This morning flow class focuses on a connection to the natural elements. It is an awakening yoga practice with some qigong. The ancient yogis, Buddhists and Daoist sages believed that we are made of the elements of the natural world. This practice will help us awaken to this connection within ourselves to the elemental world around us. It’s very much like a shorter version of my morning practices, integrating yoga and qigong into mindful movements that help me harmonise my inner body with the outer world. This has a bit of everything – abdominals, hip work, backbends, twists, forward folds and arm balances. Enjoy!



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  • Spacious Body, Spacious Mind42:43
    Spacious Body, Spacious Mind

    Nikita Akilapa

    When we create space in our life, in our bodies, there's so much more room for creativity and for dealing with any of the challenges that life might bring. This hip, heart and shoulder opening yoga flow is set to invite more space and softness into the body, heart and mind.



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  • Lengthening the Spine34:28
    Lengthening the Spine

    Catherine Annis

    Walk taller with this work-shop style scaravelli yoga class with focus on the spine and how to lengthen the spine in our yoga practice. There is a division at the back of the waist - from this point the spine lengthens down towards our tail and feet, helping us feel grounded and balanced. When the body finds this connection, we are free to experience lightness rising up into the upper body. Our movements become more free and spacious. Discover the magical key to balance at our gravitational centre, and wake up your spine to wake up your body! Showing how to practice with real length in the spine in our everyday yoga poses. You will need a strap.



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