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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  • Earth Mandala Vinyasa Flow38:22
    Earth Mandala Vinyasa Flow

    Jonelle Lewis

    In this Mandala Vinyasa practice we will focus on how our ability to ground helps us to be stable enough to balance and transitions seamlessly in our yoga practice and life. There is a focus on the, feet, hamstrings and hip flexors, spinal flexion and extension. A really nice practice to connect deeper into the element of earth. A well-rounded, mindfully paced but dynamic vinyasa flow yoga class. Class is in a mandala pattern, so there is no 'front' or 'back' of the mat - you'll need to practice listening rather than looking at your teacher as you change your perspective. You may find this causes you to listen more deeply to how you feel throughout your practice and move with greater skill and ease to how your body feels. This class will have you feeling balanced, grounded, uplifted and ready for your day. You will need two bricks.



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  • Flow Towards Freedom: Ignite Your Intuition54:22
    Flow Towards Freedom: Ignite Your Intuition

    Lucy McCarthy

    Cultivate tuning into your intuition, your wisdom body with this is a slow flow featuring longer, hatha holds. A more meditative, deep, hip based practice that quiets the mind enough that you can start to listen to and trust your intuition and inner wisdom. Long, juicy hip opening, kneeling warrior at the wall. Ending in a meditation with the focus of listening. This class aims at taking you out of your head and into your roots. A perfect class to help you unravel after travel or after a tough day at work. Helping you to reconnect to your innate inherent inner wisdom. You will need access to a wall, a blanket and maybe a strap.



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  • Rocket mandala Sun Salutations08:27
    Rocket mandala Sun Salutations

    Jonelle Lewis

    Fun, flowy, sun salutations. Perfect as an add-on, as a warm up or if you have just a few minutes in the morning, these Sun Salutations will wake you up and get you moving. We do suggest you practice a savasana afterwards, or another cooling practice, to finish up!



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  • Cultivating Vitality01:06:00
    Cultivating Vitality

    Adrianna Zaccardi

    Although we may believe the restorative yoga is best before bed, this practice has been designed for you to practice first thing in the morning, so that you may experience the level of presence and vitality as it filter through your day. Granted this may be on the weekend, but do try it and experience first hand your vitality through this nourishing restorative practice.



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  • Kapalabhati (Skull Shining Breath) Tutorial13:09
    Kapalabhati (Skull Shining Breath) Tutorial

    Vidya Heisel

    A seated pranayama, or breath-work class on Kapalabhati, otherwise known as skull shining breath. This breath is fabulous for awakening, creating alertness and as an enlivener – as a pick-me-up, maybe instead of your morning coffee or before a vigorous yoga practice. This can be used anytime you need to feel more alert, and can also be used during yoga poses as well. Warning, if you start to feel dizzy, please do return to your normal breath.



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  • Salutations To This Day21:51
    Salutations To This Day

    Kristin Campbell

    Start your day the right way with a beautiful slow-flow vinyasa yoga class with variations of Sun salutations to uplift and refresh your energy. A perfect morning yoga class, but great anytime you need an energy refresh!



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  • Heart Opening Yin31:39
    Heart Opening Yin

    Norman Blair

    In yin yoga we hold poses for minutes. The poses in this heart-opening Yin Yoga class are focused on the heart meridian, and the poses will help you to open your shoulders and heart to all that life has to offer. Quietly energising, because most of the poses are back-bends, you may not want to do this class straight before sleep. A perfect antidote for after a long day’s work with the gentle energising and back and shoulder opening, this class will help you to settle into the evening. You may need two bricks or blocks, a bolster and a sandbag, but improvisation with cushions and books is also encouraged!



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  • Nourishing Yin23:10
    Nourishing Yin

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    This is a kidney-based Yin yoga class using the bolster as a prop throughout. A great class to de stress and unwind as we restore our energy levels the Yin yoga way. A fabulous class if you're feeling a bit depleated. Expect backbends and long pose holds.



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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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  • Evening Pause22:10
    Evening Pause

    Adam Hocke

    Wind-down before bed and ensure a restful sleep. This short and simple practice will take you from anxiety to rest. Beginning with a few active postures and leading to 10 minutes of restorative rest. You will need a bolster and access to a chair.



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  • Begin (again) 7: Day of Rest11:26
    Begin (again) 7: Day of Rest

    Adam Hocke

    When you're having a day off, it's great to have a more restful yoga class. Today's gentle yoga class is for when you've been stressed out or overwhelmed and when you need some rest. A very simple, gentle yoga class with some neck and shoulder stretches and a lovely, long yogic relaxation in savasana (not guided). You'll need a brick, block or bolster to sit comfortably. For beginners or refreshers.



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  • Breathwork for Health, Calm, Immunity and Migraines34:22
    Breathwork for Health, Calm, Immunity and Migraines

    Naomi Absalom

    Breathwork - the secret to great health and moving you from 'doing OK' to living your most vibrant life. In this class, Naomi leads us through some powerful breath practices which can radically help your life. The first practice serves to open up the breath through the lungs and the entire system - shifting any kind of erratic breath patterns or involuntary breath holds but also supporting immune function. The second is a beautifully calming breath that works to balance the chemistry of the body. If this is your second viewing of the video and you'd like the practices without the explanation, the practices start at 8 minutes. Do not practice this class if you are pregnant (although you can practice the second technique) and for some sufferers of anxiety, it may be useful to practice with a knowledgable teacher at first. Breathwork is more powerful than you may think!



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  • Twilight Metamorphosis18:00
    Twilight Metamorphosis

    Liz Lark

    A gentle class in which we channel the butterfly energy and practice long, calming breaths ready to relax for the evening. With some Yin yoga poses and some restorative variations, this class will get you settled and ready to transform to your gentlest form. You will need a bolster, yoga block, strap or belt and eye mask if you have one.



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  • Focus The Mind23:52
    Focus The Mind

    Joo Teoh

    Easily distracted? Do you frequently find your monkey mind wandering? Regain laser-like focus with this yoga/qi gong fusion class to help you to calm the mind, sharpen your focus and increase your capacity to concentrate with qi gong to clear tension and balancing poses to regain your poise. You will need a chair handy.



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  • Gentle Yoga to Reset for the New Year15:27
    Gentle Yoga to Reset for the New Year

    Andrew McGonigle

    This short, gentle yoga class is a very relaxed and gentle wasy to ground and settle after a busy year allowing your mind to quieten and you to focus on the year ahead. Starting with a long relaxation to help you to ground into yourself, and with a long, supported child's pose, this class is perfect for gently connecting back to yourself as you start the year afresh. You will need a bolster.



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  • More Gentle Bed Exercises08:04
    More Gentle Bed Exercises

    Barbara Gallani

    A class especially created for lying in bed. Perfect if you're not feeling well, or have long-term illness or fatigue. These gentle strengthening exercises, using Somatic techniques, are ideal for very gently strengthening the body, whilst not exerting much energy. You can do these exercises in bed - you will need a rolled up blanket.



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  • Breath and Peace13:13
    Breath and Peace

    Dan Peppiatt

    A chilled and relaxing short breathing yoga class perfect for Christmas day, or whenever your life is busy and a bit overwhelming. With this class you'll be able to take some time out for yourself and return your breath back to a natural efficient pattern, preparing you for the challenges that the day and that the festive period can bring.



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  • Stoking the Fire 29:21
    Stoking the Fire

    Joo Teoh

    Great for mornings, if you're lethargic or you have cold feet or hands. A gently awakening qi-gong and yoga fusion class designed to raise the body heat if you’re feeling cold or lethargic, perfect for getting moving on cold wintery mornings. Using a chair to increase accessibility. With fluid and heating qi gong poses to gently increase strength, stability and balance and yoga to increase flexibility. You will need a chair.



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