Morning Energiser

These practices are great for the morning. They are especially designed to give you some get up and go, no matter how much time you have;  if you're giving yourself a short weekday gift of starting the day well or a beautiful, longer energising weekend practice to give yourself the time and space you need to feel just great.

We think you'll find that the day goes with so much more panache and ease after you start the day by getting moving.

 

  • 50:50 Jivamukti and Yin Yoga 20:23
    50:50 Jivamukti and Yin Yoga

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    A quick moving Jivamukti yoga flow followed by some yin yoga. Class starts with swift sun salutations and moves to a handstand practice. You may need to be near a wall for handstands. Then expect a settled yin yoga practice. This class develops the the 50/50 concept by Stephen Batchelor: to be engaged outward for 50% of our time we need to have the same amount of time focusing inward.



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  • Get Moving: Jivamukti Yoga26:41
    Get Moving: Jivamukti Yoga

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    This short but challenging Jivamukti yoga class gets moving immediately and includes sun salutations, balances, lunges and twists. The poses in this class awaken the energy in the navel centre, we practice yoga with a strong, empowered core so that we can move fearlessly through life, with strength and courage.  Not suitable for pregnant students or those with high blood pressure. You will need a block.



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  • Awake and Alert: Tapping and Breathing 10:31
    Awake and Alert: Tapping and Breathing

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    Unlock vitality! Perfect for the morning or when you need a pick me up of energy. No need for a yoga mat, the class includes simple energising techniques of tapping, breath work and twists which could be done standing or seated. Class is perfect for all mobility levels, all bodies, all ages.



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  • New Moon Intention Meditation 218:47
    New Moon Intention Meditation 2

    Dirish Shaktidas

    This meditation is intended to tap into the energy of the new moon symbolically or literally, which means it can be used at any time of the month. It is a great meditation for when you want to start things anew, clarify your intention, envision and set a new intention. You may wish to write any intentions you have down beforehand, or afterward, or not at all. Class starts with seated twisting movements to eliminate tension and then breath work is used to calm and clarify the mind before the seated meditation begins. This is a very free meditation, which will hopefully soothe you, refresh you, and give you a new spark of energy and spiritual insight.



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  • Solar Chakra Slow Flow35:55
    Solar Chakra Slow Flow

    Dirish Shaktidas

    A beautiful mindfully paced vinyasa flow yoga class to activate and awaken your solar plexus energy from the inside out. Expect flowing warm ups, followed by a sequence using the breath as the guide to then reach your peak to energise and uplift you to glow. You will need a block or two and a blanket.



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  • Invigorate with Qigong19:29
    Invigorate with Qigong

    Rakhee Jasani

    This Qigong class is a gentle way to awaken your energy. Suitable for the morning or anytime you feel sluggish and need to get your energy flowing. Start by systematically waking up our joint spaces followed by gentle meridian stimulation. Then continue to awaken the entire body with poses such as constant bear, wild horse, shaking and pulses. Class concludes with centring and breathing ready to move on with the day. You don't need a mat for this class, so it's perfect for a limited space or even for practicing outdoors.



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  • Slow Barre and Yoga Workout28:49
    Slow Barre and Yoga Workout

    Amy Holly

    This is a slower Barre and yoga fusion class which is perfect for those building their barre experience. You will need a chair to modify plank and down dog as well as helping with the technique and balance when breaking down second position. There is time to really focus on alignment and technique in this class but remember, slow doesn’t necessarily mean easy!



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  • Rise and Shine16:15
    Rise and Shine

    Clive Fogelman

    This class that can be done at work, in a hotel or when you're on the go - there’s no need for a mat. A perfect morning class, mid-day refresher or pre-yoga class warmup; there’s just ten movements to kick off your day, mobilise, find balance, strength and to feel alive! Working from top to toe, you will leave this class feeling grounded, awakened, and energised. When you haven’t got much time but want to fit a quick practise in to kick off your day this is the one for you.



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  • Yoga to Welcome the Day28:41
    Yoga to Welcome the Day

    Rakhee Jasani

    A gently energising hatha yoga class perfect to start the day. This morning yoga class will help to shed any morning sluggishness and feel energised. Draw in fresh energy to face your day with simple, fluid yoga flows and wake up your mind by balancing in tree for a minute each side. Ends with a two minute meditation and short savasana to welcome your day refreshed.



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  • Yoga for Healthy Bones and Stability57:31
    Yoga for Healthy Bones and Stability

    Gabriella Espinosa

    A steadily paced hatha yoga class focusing on balance as one of the key pillars of bone strength. This class is great for everybody, but is especially important for women to help protect against osteoporosis. This yoga class establishes a steady foundation through the pelvis, hands and feet to help feel more connected to the body and the surrounding world. Developing balance and stability helps build agility, equilibrium and mental focus. It also helps improve proprioception - your relationship with space and the environment around you and how you move within it. You will need 2 cork bricks, a blanket, two tennis balls and a chair (optional).



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  • Morning Mojo 1: 15 Minute Morning Yoga14:36
    Morning Mojo 1: 15 Minute Morning Yoga

    Lucy McCarthy

    ‘Oh hey Day! Lets do this!’ This short hatha yoga class brings some mojo to your morning. Jump start your day with energy, vitality and ease in your spine and a spring in your step through uplifting and twisting poses.



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  • Yoga for Winter44:47
    Yoga for Winter

    Rakhee Jasani

    A gentle hatha yoga class which is great for moving through the winter. The flow is gentle and mindful, allowing the mind to settle whilst warming the body and supporting it to move into stillness, reflecting the season. Starting with very gentle, floor based poses, we then gently move into standing poses. You'll need a couple of blocks or bricks if you have them.



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  • 10 Minute Core Workout04:10
    10 Minute Core Workout

    Amy Holly

    Short and effective, this is the ideal abs workout class for a work break to help you feel strong and boost your energy. Your core will thank you for it! Try and do it everyday for a week - we promise you will feel stronger. You will need a blanket and a mat.



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  • Stretch & Strengthen: Side Body 33:47
    Stretch & Strengthen: Side Body

    Clive Fogelman

    This hatha yoga class focuses on stretching and strengthening the sides of the body. Explore a range of creative side stretches and some strong core work emphasising the obliques (muscles down the side of the abdomen). You will feel longer, stronger, and perhaps even calmer and more spacious in your mind too.



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  • Menopause Yoga: Finding Ease01:01:16
    Menopause Yoga: Finding Ease

    Petra Coveney

    This gentle vinyasa yoga class is designed as a moving meditation to calm your mind and nervous system to help you prepare for rest. It is followed by Petra’s ‘disappear from the world’ restorative yoga poses, Max Strom’s ‘Mind Meets the Breath’ meditation and breath work, before ending with a relaxation practice, seated meditation and a mantra. You will need a strap or belt, a bolster, a cushions, 2 blankets, 2 blocks and 1 cork yoga brick or weighted eye pillow (or equivalent). NB - Modifications: hip and knee injuries take care. If you experience hot flushes, keep your head level with your heart. Osteoporosis: avoid flexion rounding your back in forward folds; keep your spine straight. Claustrophobia: avoid placing the blanket over the head. Headaches: avoid placing weight on the head. Trauma and previous experience of panic attacks: breathe at your own pace and pause the practice when needed.



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  • Yoga for Autumn44:39
    Yoga for Autumn

    Rakhee Jasani

    This is a well-rounded yoga class perfect for crisp Autumn mornings, or early evenings and brings together mindful yoga, qigong movements and breath work. Expect balances such as eagle and dancer pose. Release what no longer serves you as summer turns to autumn with this class which helps you to bring your energy back down to earth as you prepare for winter.



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  • Arm and Shoulder Strength Burst10:55
    Arm and Shoulder Strength Burst

    Amy Holly

    This is a fun way to work the arms and shoulders and it’s suitable for everyone. It’s a great class if you can’t put weight on your hands or wrists as there is no body weight training. Combine with another short class to really target specific areas. You will need a hand towel.



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  • Menopause Yoga for Strength44:07
    Menopause Yoga for Strength

    Petra Coveney

    A gently strengthening yoga class to re-energise and empower by building strong bones. This dynamic hatha yoga class with poses that are held for 10 rounds of breath helps build bone mineral density and muscle mass, and raise the heart rate. This class has been designed to help prevent osteoporosis (weakened bones), sarcopenia (muscle loss) and cardiovascular disease, which can develop post-menopause. Expect a range of simple heart-lifting backbends to energise, breath work, a restorative yoga pose, relaxation practice and seated meditation. You will need a strap or belt, 2 bolsters, a cushion, a blanket, and 2 blocks. NB - Osteoporosis: avoid flexion rounding your back in forward folds; keep your spine straight. If you have previously experienced panic attacks, avoid holding your breath and instead follow your own breathing pace.



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