Therapeutic Benefits

If you've got a body part that's giving you trouble you've come to the right place! Bad back? Painful knees? Ouchy Hips? This is your SOS toolkit for when something hurts.

 

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  • Carpal Tunnel: How Yoga Can Help17:28
    Carpal Tunnel: How Yoga Can Help

    Lucy & Ben Parker

    In this anatomy yoga class, you will learn about the wrist joint and how we can develop carpal tunnel syndrome. This is a common complaint arising in our wrists that can often be quite easily prevented and alleviated. Discover exactly what the carpal tunnel is and some principals to support the health of your wrists. Lucy & Ben offer practical advice for your ongoing yoga practice both for those who currently have symptoms and for those who want to prevent a recurrence. NB: Please note that all advice and recommendations in this film are given generally and do not constitute any form of an individual diagnosis or treatment plan. A consultation with a medical practitioner or registered physical therapist is recommended. Try these wrist free classes.



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  • Frozen Shoulder: How Yoga Can Help26:55
    Frozen Shoulder: How Yoga Can Help

    Lucy & Ben Parker

    This anatomy yoga video will teach you about the shoulder joint and what can go wrong with it. Frozen Shoulder has become a catch-all phrase to explain a range of shoulder issues. In particular, we focus on a condition called adhesive capsulitis (which we could call a true frozen shoulder) and how best to adapt your yoga practice to best support your recovery from this condition. NB: Please note that all advice and recommendations in this film are given generally and do not constitute any form of an individual diagnosis or treatment plan. A consultation with a medical practitioner or registered physical therapist is recommended.



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  • Low Back Pain: How Yoga Can Help49:02
    Low Back Pain: How Yoga Can Help

    Lucy & Ben Parker

    In this yoga anatomy class, learn about the anatomy of the spine and the most common causes of low back pain in adults, followed by suggestions on how you can strengthen and support your spine during a yoga class. It’s estimated up to 8 out of 10 people in the UK are affected by back pain at some point in their lives with around a third of the population suffering an episode of low back pain each year. Understanding the anatomy of our lumbar spine and the importance of core stability can truly help you to support and maintain a healthy back on and off your yoga mat. NB: Please note that all advice and recommendations in this film are given generally and do not constitute any form of an individual diagnosis or treatment plan. A consultation with a medical practitioner or registered physical therapist is recommended.



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  • Sciatica: How Yoga Can Help24:47
    Sciatica: How Yoga Can Help

    Lucy & Ben Parker

    In this yoga anatomy class, learn what sciatica is, what causes it and how we can alleviate the pain we may experience. The sciatic nerves are the largest nerves in our body, carrying signals to and from our lower limbs (legs). They start their journey at the base of our spine, travel through the buttocks and down the back of our thighs before dividing into many smaller nerves which continue down to our feet and toes. When we experience pain along the course of the sciatic nerves we call this sciatica, most often affecting the low back, buttock and back of the thigh on one side. There are many causes for sciatica and in this film we explain the differences between them. We then focus on how one of the buttock muscles called piriformis can be the source of the problem and how best to alleviate your pain if this is the cause for you. NB: Please note that all advice and recommendations in this film are given generally and do not constitute any form of an individual diagnosis or treatment plan. A consultation with a medical practitioner or registered physical therapist is recommended.



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  • Knee Joint: How Yoga Can Help59:01
    Knee Joint: How Yoga Can Help

    Lucy & Ben Parker

    This yoga anatomy class focuses on the knee, common knee issues and how you can strengthen and support your knees to prevent and work with injury. Superficially misunderstood as a simple hinge joint, the knee is actually a complex and refined set of structures. It is also very vulnerable to injury when not properly cared for. In this film, Lucy and Ben help you understand the various components that come together to form our knees and we learn what could go wrong, explaining some of the most common knee injuries. Finally, we identify some very simple principles that can support your knees as you move safely around your yoga mat. NB: Please note that all advice and recommendations in this film are given generally and do not constitute any form of an individual diagnosis or treatment plan. A consultation with a medical practitioner or registered physical therapist is recommended.



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  • Hip Replacement: How Yoga can Help25:24
    Hip Replacement: How Yoga can Help

    Lucy & Ben Parker

    In this anatomy video, you will learn more about the hip joint in health and when compromised, specifically after a hip replacement. It is first important to fully understand the role the hip plays within the functioning of the lower limb (leg) and pelvis. Lucy and Ben then help you learn more about your individual hip replacement and what you need to watch out for when getting safely back onto your mat. They will also share some yoga poses which are great for strengthening the bones and improving balance to support the body and prevent injury to this area. NB: Please note that all advice and recommendations in this film are given generally and do not constitute any form of an individual diagnosis or treatment plan. A consultation with a medical practitioner or registered physical therapist is recommended.



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  • Meditation:Watching the Breath09:10
    Meditation:Watching the Breath

    Nikita Akilapa

    In this first introduction to meditation video we use the breath as our anchor. Learn how to pay close attention to your breath and how it feels in your body; start to explore all its qualities. Get really involved in all its personality - length, depth, temperature, quality. Fully inhabit it. Breathe in, knowing you are breathing in, breathe out, knowing you are breathing out. Use it as an anchor to the present moment. The minute you notice your mind drifting off to something else, make a point of bringing it right back. Keep the focus and enjoy this meditation introduction! Watch the intruction here: https://movementformodernlife.com/yoga-class-1238-meditation-series-introduction



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  • Feel Better Flow27:20
    Feel Better Flow

    Adam Hocke

    The perfect class for when you are not feeling your best and you want to move into a better feeling. This class is great for when your immunity levels are low, you might be recovering from illness or injury or you just feel you need to improve your self-confidence gently. This is a beautiful self-care practice of self-massage, breathwork, gentle movements, and a supported inversion. These gentle practices will stimulate your immune system and then the flow is very gentle, perfect for slower days. Additionally, we will work with the power of intention and visualisation to bring wellness to your physical body.



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  • Guided Meditation With Vidya21:28
    Guided Meditation With Vidya

    Vidya Heisel

    Find the perfect equilibrium between relaxation and alertness in this guided meditation. A perfect start for beginners to meditation, or for more seasoned practitioners.



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  • Breath Challenge (1): The Anatomy and Physiology of Breathing and Preparatory Exercises28:18
    Breath Challenge (1): The Anatomy and Physiology of Breathing and Preparatory Exercises

    Dan Peppiatt

    The introduction to the breathwork challenge starts with a fascinating tutorial on the anatomy and physiology of how and why we breathe. This class is a stand-alone, must-view for all yoga teachers, for everyone who is suffering from anxiety, or those who would like to improve their breathwork for overall health. At nine minutes, we move onto exercises for the diaphragm and ribcage, breathing in and out through the nose or in through nose and out through the mouth to regulate breath. Happy breathing!



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  • Forrest Yoga Neck & Jaw Release36:04
    Forrest Yoga Neck & Jaw Release

    Kristi Rodelli

    This Forrest yoga class is just perfect if you've had a long day, if you're having a tough week, or are feeling a bit headachy. Any stresses or anxiety from the day or the week will unravel as you release aches in your neck, jaw and shoulders, which can suffer in stressful times. With hallmark strengthening and abs work, this class is perfect to keep you strong while you unwind. You will need a roll and a block.



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  • Shoulder Stabilisation Workshop25:02
    Shoulder Stabilisation Workshop

    Andrew McGonigle

    Dr Yogi gives us an essential series of movements for anyone with troubled shoulders. Shoulder stabilisation and strengthening is essential for all vinyasa flow yoga practices and for those of us who suffer from painful shoulders from poor posture, arthritis, instability or injury. This yoga class can improve your shoulder strength and stability when you practice this sequence regularly. You will need a strap, a block and a bolster.



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  • Knee Stabilisation Workshop33:34
    Knee Stabilisation Workshop

    Andrew McGonigle

    Ease painful, swollen or stiff knees with this sequence from Dr Yogi, which will stabilise the knee area and build strength and stability in the knee joint. Includes Dr Yogi's advice on why the knee is vulnerable to injury and top tips to keep the knee safe during yoga. Whether sore knees are caused by sports and exercise or arthritis, regular and mindful use of this video will improve strength and mobility and reduce pain. You will need a block and blanket.



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  • Lower Back Workshop27:15
    Lower Back Workshop

    Andrew McGonigle

    In this workshop-style tutorial, Dr Yogi discusses why the lower back is so often prone to injury and offers general advice for supporting your lower back during your yoga practice. Following this, a short sequence focusing on the lower back and strengthening the core has been carefully designed to simultaneously strengthen and release tension your spine. This is perfect for anyone with lower back aches and pains. Try to do this video at least three times a week to really feel the benefits and as with any sensitive area of the body, seek medical advice where appropriate.



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  • Qigong Breathing16:15
    Qigong Breathing

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    Any time you need to calm and nourish yourself, try these 5 types of breathing that lead to Embryonic Respiration, and then finish with a simple, gentle yet potent practice called Inner Nourishment. In China, this practice has been done since the Ming Dynasty. Believed to strengthen all internal organs, it has strong affect on digestion and respiration, menstruation, fatigue and heart disease.



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  • Yoga For Sciatic Relief27:15
    Yoga For Sciatic Relief

    Deanne Liew

    Sciatic pain is common in pregnancy, and many others may need sciatic relief. This targetted class is gentle and focused on relieving pain on the sciatic nerve. You'll massage your feet, stretch your legs and open your hips and you'll learn moves to do every day for those of use who suffer from sciatic pain.



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  • Pilates for Lower Back Pain38:05
    Pilates for Lower Back Pain

    Antonia Ptohides

    A pilates class specifically focused on strengthening the SI (or sacro-illiac) joint. The lower back can sometimes feel pain because of tweaked SI joint, so it's great to give it strength back. A tough, targetted class to release the tension in the SI joint by strengthening the glutes, tummy and hips. You will need a cushion or block or pilates ball.



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  • Yoga For Athletic Recovery34:38
    Yoga For Athletic Recovery

    Clive Fogelman

    A recovery sequence for athletes designed to create openness and facilitate deep release in the body. A great complement to any physical activity, with hip openers, hamstring stretches, back bends and calf stretches - ideal after exercise of any kind, or indeed after a dynamic yoga class!



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