Hatha › Yoga for Athletes › 30 to 45 mins

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  • Happy Hamstrings41:21
    Happy Hamstrings

    Mollie McClelland Morris

    This class focuses on exploring the range of hamstring movements, so we don’t overstretch the hamstrings, but instead hydrate, nourish and expand into our own potential. Expand to work your hamstrings in their full range, and remember, when stretching it’s healthy to move at between 60-80% of your potential. A really great class for all of us who are tight in the legs from everyday life. Mostly wrist-free. You will need a ball and an elastic theraband, if you one.



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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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  • Lengthen & Strengthen Workout38:17
    Lengthen & Strengthen Workout

    Clive Fogelman

    An empowering and mindful flow to revitalise and reenergise the body for the day ahead and any time you feel like grounding yourself. With a focus on strengthening, especially the core and quads as well as lengthening hamstrings, hips and calves, this is a perfect addition to your workout whilst you work inwards.



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  • Hips and Hamstrings For All36:14
    Hips and Hamstrings For All

    Clive Fogelman

    An athlete's class and also wonderful for those who have just been driving, on a flight or been sitting for too long. The hips and the hamstrings are targeted in relaxing, supine stretches. This class is wonderful for your lower back and will give you spaciousness back in your spine and hips from the hamstring stretches.



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  • Your Intelligent Body for Beginners: The Back30:13
    Your Intelligent Body for Beginners: The Back

    Leila Sadeghee

    First in Your Intelligent Body Series: a sequence designed for beginners and those with inflexible spines to open up their back body - great for those with tight hamstrings, tight upper back or shoulders. This may work for those new to yoga, but also if you're an athlete or spend the day desk-bound. We recommend that you practice this sequence every day until you feel more freedom and release in your spine. You will need a couple of blocks, blankets or cushions and a chair/sofa handy.



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