Mindfulness is the ability to be fully present and aware of what we are doing, where are thoughts are without becoming overly reactive. Mindfulness can give us the ability to pause before we act or re-act.
Mindful Yoga Walking: Take a Walk in Nature
Take your yoga practice outdoors! Mindful Yoga Walking is a way to explore our yoga practice in a new way by fully immersing ourselves in the sensory delights of the outdoors. This longer outdoor practice includes a variety of exercises designed to enhance freedom of movement, deepen self-connection, and nourish the soul. The beauty of Mindful Yoga Walking lies in its flexibility and freedom. It allows us to strip away the constraints of conventional practice and align our yoga with your surroundings. The key to this practice is awareness and showing up. By taking the first step to step off the mat and into nature, experience the transformative power of this unconventional yoga practice. Designed for anyone seeking a deeper connection through movement.
Mindful Yoga Walking: Yoga Without A Mat
Mindful Yoga Walking is a practice to take yoga outdoors, without a mat. You just need to take a walk, breathe and take some shapes in the outdoors. Class starts with setting intentions and grounding. Shoulder movements are then introduced to release tension and align the body and mind. A short run and lunges follow, focusing on balance and core strength. To enhance stretches and poses, we’ll be encouraged to engage with our surroundings, using trees or outdoor benches as support. Walking sun salutations creatively integrate walking with the fluid movements of a traditional sun salutation. Shoulder openers encourage increased flexibility and strength. The practice concludes with a grounding pose before a harmonious closure and reflection on the dedication given to the body, mind, and spirit during this session. Lizzie emphasizes the importance of awareness in this practice, offering the option to use the pause button to adapt the practice to your needs. By combining yoga and nature, Mindful Yoga Walking provides an enlightening journey of self-discovery. Just put on some headphones and enjoy your Mindful Yoga Walk!
Mindful Yoga Walking: Taking Yoga Outdoors
Mindful Yoga Walking is yoga without the mat. It’s a great way to get outside, to get connected to the outdoors and the natural world, and do some movement and yoga whilst exploring the outdoors. By recreating the indoor practice outdoors, you can experience the transformative power of this unconventional yoga practice. The practice is designed for anyone seeking a deeper connection through movement. This class includes a variety of simple yoga poses, including shoulder movements, downward dog, a lunge and warrior three designed to enhance freedom of movement, deepen self-connection, and nourish the soul. Feel the breath in the body, tune into the energies of the outdoors, there is so much to learn from our breath and nature. Experience the transformative power of this unconventional yoga practice. The practice is designed for anyone seeking a deeper connection through movement.
Second Spring: A Guided Visualisation Meditation
It’s never too early to prepare for your Second Spring and we can start by becoming more comfortable with change. Join Petra for this guided visualisation meditation as she walks you through the seasons of a woman’s life, drawing on Nature’s seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter and arriving in your Second Spring.
Take this time to settle into the body's natural tendency to know how to rest and bring the body back into a state of balance. Teaching our body how to rest should be so natural, yet is so hard. This guided rest audio class will help your body to drop into a state of relaxation. It can be done any time you're able to truly surrender and relax, lying down, being comfortable, and letting the body drop any tension.
Breath Challenge (8): Breathing for Anxiety and Stress Part 2
Focus on Mindful walking - especially useful when we feel that we just can't sit and keep the mind still. This walking meditation / mindfulness class is great for when you're anxious as it makes a strong connection between the mind and body. This is a great 'stealth' practice. You can do this anytime you're out and about, or just before you go into any stressful event and nobody would know you're doing your mindfulness breathwork practice!!
Mindfulness To Go
A short mindfulness exercise for space, body and breath which is perfect for doing anytime, anywhere. Perhaps you're waiting at the bus stop, you're on the train or plane, you're at your desk and feeling overwhelmed, or you're just a few minutes early for an appointment. This class is a really wonderful way to incorporate mindfulness into your daily life. A ten minute centring exercise that you can do when you are looking to cultivate a feeling of presentness, groundedness and connection. Download this class on the App so you can take it on the go and feel space, body breath, wherever you are!
Intention Setting Guided Practice
A embodied practice of setting an intention and calling forth that which you want to manifest in your life. Intention setting, or a ‘Sankalpa’, is an important part of the yoga tradition; a powerful way to heal, transform or enhance an aspect of your life and cultivate positive change. Setting intentions is a practice that invites you to take time to connect with your body to notice where you are called to witness and feel the glimmer of your intention reveal itself to you. You will need a blanket, journal, pen and candle.
Creative Spirit Meditation
You are an inherently creative being. Connect to this truth and your own creative essence with this guided visualisation meditation. Simply find a comfortable position and let Ava take you on this journey of discovery. After the meditation, Ava will offer a mantra for you to add your voice to (or simply to listen and enjoy) in order to seal in the practice.
Ten Minute Relaxation with Gong Sound
This lovely relaxation class starts in savasana, so gather anything you need to feel comfortable and warm laying down. This class is perfect for when you have just 10 minutes in the day but need to unwind, declutter the mind and find a sense of calm. The savasana is accompanied by a gong for added relaxation; so lay back and enjoy!
Sleep Recovery Series (7): Meditations
A simple breath focused meditation class to help digest the day’s thoughts, feelings and impressions to banish the bedtime thought-parade that can prevent you from sleeping. Lisa gives you tips on mental-digestion during the day to prevent and recover from night-time sleeplessness.
Simple Sleep Recovery Series (6): Marma Points for Relaxation
Marma points are two hand-pressure points from the Ayurvedic tradition of marma. When you find the right point, and combine these points with a long exhale, they drop you down into a relaxed state that restores your ability to de-stress and rest throughout the day, and can send you off into sweet dreams at night. Not suitable for pregnant women or those with low blood pressure. A great tool to use for anytime you need to relax and calm.
In this short tutorial, Adrianna guides you through an awareness practice that can be used alone, but also before each of the restorative yoga classes. Scan the layers of the body (physical, mental, emotional or spiritual) to listen into what is present in your body right now, so that it may inform our choices as we move into practice, be it poses, or a place in which to anchor our attention during each pose. A really useful short practice to listen to to connect to yourself before any yoga class, but especially useful for Adrianna's restorative classes.
Manage Anxiety(10): Clear Your Mind With Bumble Breath
Manage Anxiety (6):Moving Through Stress
This the practice for when your feeling in the heat of stress. Start by writing everything down that is on our mind, then moving into invigorating movement to let out some adrenaline and frustration. You'll need a pen and paper to write your stresses down before you start. As the video comes to end, we wind down, transforming out state of stress to a state of calm
Manage Anxiety(5): Affirmation Workshop Part 2
This affirmation workshop is to harness your own mental power so that you have greater self belief, confidence and positivity. This affirmation workshop gives us some ideas for affirmations which can help greater self-belief, confidence and confidence. Mentally repeating a series of phrases and words to re-train the mind, so that your thoughts are supporting you.It might be helpful to choose affirmations which resonate with you and repeat these during the course of the day. Some of the words and phrases are from https://chopra.com/articles/daily-affirmations-your-hour-by-hour-positivity-plan
Manage Anxiety(4): Affirmation Workshop Part 1
Do you have a thought pattern or a habit that you have noticed that you think might be getting in your way of achieving your goal of performing at your best? This workshop explains what an affirmation is and how it can put a meditation practice into your daily life and help reach your goals and live the life you want. You will need a journal, or paper and pen for today's video.