Re-charge Fatigue

We're so sorry you are feeling tired but you have come to the right place for a pick me up. These classes are for when it is almost to much to even roll out your mat. Whether you’re recovering from injury or illness, you are differently abled, you have a low energy syndrome, you’re getting on a bit or you’re just a bit tired right now, these classes will provide a gentle way to move, included some seated yoga classes. We promise these videos will not ask too much of you physicaly or mentally and when you are done you will feel better, warmer, glad that you came.  Remember that our Yin and Restorative Section might be a good option for you today and that Breath-work is available to all bodies as is Meditation and Show more

 

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  • Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Water28:48
    Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Water

    Lucy McCarthy

    Still Water Runs Deep. This yoga nidra invites you into a state of deep ease and fluidity. It awakens a profound state of flow and leaves you feeling deep nourished and enriched.



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  • Restoring Yin Yoga31:40
    Restoring Yin Yoga

    Norman Blair

    A restorative yin yoga class in which we learn how to relax into our bodies. This is a chance to fall in love with yoga props (pillows, books, blankets and possibly pets!), including exploring the joys of bolster hugging inspired by words from the 11th century meditation teacher Tilopa: “do nothing with the body but relax." A perfect class to calm, restore energy, and prepare the body for sleep.



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  • Awaken Energy 2: Balls, Blocks and Massage11:20
    Awaken Energy 2: Balls, Blocks and Massage

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    A second class to move chi (or energy) in the body using tennis ball massage. This class is perfect in the morning to gently stimulate energy or as a prelude to yin class; ideal if you’re feeling tired and want to gently lift your energy with minimal movement. You will need 2 tennis balls or spiky massage balls and a block.



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  • Awaken Energy 1: Blocks, Rollers and Massage12:11
    Awaken Energy 1: Blocks, Rollers and Massage

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    Learn techniques to move energy in the body. You will need 1-2 tennis balls or spiky massage ball, a block and a foam roller. You'll learn how to move energy (or chi, in Chinese medicine) along meridian lines. This class is entirely floor based so is ideal for when you have limited space, and the class is great for those who are feeling fatigued or low in energy. You could even practice this prior to a yin yoga class.



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  • Gently Restore Energy27:21
    Gently Restore Energy

    Norman Blair

    This yin yoga class is unusual as it is based on bringing some yang into our yin. Unlike most yin yoga classes which are entirely floor based, this class starts with a standing forward bend, then moves into dragon pose, touching on energy channels and a more dynamic way of working with yin yoga energy. This is a great class for gently restoring energy after a busy day, or when an energy lift is needed.



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  • Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Air25:02
    Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Air

    Lucy McCarthy

    This yoga nidra guides us into a sweet space of inner ease. We will be guided to find a way of meeting life, its ups and downs and inevitable transitions, with a sense of fluidity and softness. Just rest comfortably - yoga nidra is a very special practice, suitable for all.



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  • Gentle Movement for Better Balance31:08
    Gentle Movement for Better Balance

    Gabriella Espinosa

    The sense of play, curiosity and wonder is such an important part of being human, and this sense of playfulness can continue to inform the way we interact with the world way into our midlife and into our senior years. This is a gentle movement class which invites you to play with sensory awareness of your body in space (proprioception), gentle movement and yoga postures to improve balance and stability for your yoga practice and everyday life. You will need a foam block, an eye pillow and a blanket (or alternatives).



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  • Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Earth25:17
    Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Earth

    Lucy McCarthy

    This yoga nidra takes us on a journey of deep grounding and centring. It is a really beautiful yoga nidra to take if there are feelings of overwhelm or anxiety. It guides us into a place of quiet steadiness, to come away feeling centred, soothed and ready for life's challenges.



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  • Wake Up Shake Up: Tap and Stretch20:58
    Wake Up Shake Up: Tap and Stretch

    Norman Blair

    Wake up, shake up, tap and stretch. This short and gentle movement class doesn't need a yoga mat or any equipment: perfect for when you're on the move or even in the office. Awaken, enliven and invigorate through shaking movements before tapping along the meridians, and moving through gentle stretches which are as invigorating as they are soothing and quietening. The focus is less on postural extremism and more on awareness of embodiment. A practice of interoception and inner attention. A great class for seniors or those with more limited mobility, recovering from surgery or times of illness. Inspired by disco and qigong.



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  • Energising Morning Yin Yoga55:24
    Energising Morning Yin Yoga

    Carlene Bogues

    An energising morning Yin yoga class where we are able to gently energise even in stillness. Each pose will have a little gentle movement or mobility prep before we go into stillness and a visualisation to provide stimulation to awaken. Poses include sphinx, lizard, variation of sphinx, banana (with 3 part breathing) and savasana or seated meditation. You will need blocks and a blanket/bolster or pillows.



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  • Pigeon Pose Yin Yoga01:13:15
    Pigeon Pose Yin Yoga

    Dirish Shaktidas

    A slow yin yoga class for opening the hips. The hips can get very tight when we are sedentary or athletic, so this yoga class is perfect for the end of the day or after a long flight, hike or bike ride. This calming class includes a variety of poses that target the hip flexors, then moves into longer holds of various pigeon alternatives. You'll need two blocks and a blanket.



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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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  • Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Fire25:37
    Yoga Nidra Elements Series: Fire

    Lucy McCarthy

    This yoga nidra stokes our fire within. It takes us on a journey to empowerment and invites us to stand in our power. If you have never practiced Yoga Nidra before you are in for a treat! It is an ancient practice known as Yogic Sleep. It takes place laying down so is accessible to all levels. The teacher then takes you on a guided journey with their voice. It leads you into a deep state of bodily relaxation, then moves onto quiet the mind and open the heart. This practice is truly powerful and deeply healing.



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  • Kundalini Yoga for Positivity18:15
    Kundalini Yoga for Positivity

    Kiranjot

    This Kundalini yoga class offers four simple mudras, which can be practiced anytime, anywhere, and can be done in a seated posture or at a desk. These mudras will help with feelings of overwhelm or negative emotions. These mudras are said to lift the spirits and help with moving into a happier, more positive frame of mind.



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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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  • 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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  • Qigong Balance Series 3: Emotional Balance37:07
    Qigong Balance Series 3: Emotional Balance

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    The third class in the qigong balance series uses movements, mudras and visualisations to guide you through the Chinese organs and meridian systems – each of which has a related emotion. For example, the liver relates to anger, the heart to joy, the spleen to sympathy, the lungs to grief, and the kidneys to fear. When we can help support the optimal function of these organ and meridian systems, our emotions will also naturally find greater natural expression and balance. No props are needed, not even a mat!



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