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  • Easy Hips: 110:00
    Easy Hips: 1

    Leila Sadeghee

    Tight or painful back, legs or hips? Take this easy series with Leila and benefit from this easy to follow straightforward routine. Easy and effective pain relief and maintenance for those of you who are new to yoga, who are working with injuries or those with very limited time. Props: Yoga block or stack of books. Yoga belt or tie/scarf.



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  • Easy Hips: 310:00
    Easy Hips: 3

    Leila Sadeghee

    The final part of the Easy Hips series builds on the series by giving a deeper and fuller variation for spaciousness on the hips and spine. Take this easy series with Leila and benefit from this easy to follow straightforward routine. Easy and effective pain relief and maintenance for those of you who are new to yoga, who are working with injuries or those with very limited time. Props: Blanket or thick towel to roll.



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  • Easy Spine: 108:00
    Easy Spine: 1

    Leila Sadeghee

    Stiff or painful back and shoulders? Maybe you’re wondering how to build movement into your daily life? Take this 4-part series with Leila and benefit from this easy to follow straightforward routine. Easy and effective pain relief and maintenance for those of you who are new to yoga, who are working with injuries or those with very limited time. Props: Yoga block or stack of books. Yoga belt or tie/scarf.



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  • Easy Spine: 209:53
    Easy Spine: 2

    Leila Sadeghee

    Stiff or painful back and shoulders? Take this simple daily sequence to add freedom and mobility to the spine. In practice 2, Leila builds on the flexes, twists and side stretches building on last week’s class to create a greater range of movement for the back, neck and shoulders. Easy and effective pain relief and maintenance for beginners, those with injuries or those with very limited time. Props: Yoga belt or tie/scarf.



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  • Universal Teachings 713:21
    Universal Teachings 7

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    Meditation on Compassion / Heart Field Meditation. The seventh in the universal teachings series is working with our heart field. Science now has shown that the heart emits an electric field about 60 times greater than the brain in its amplitude. The magnetic component of the heart is 5,000 times stronger than the brains – making it the strongest field in the body! A coherent and strong heart field meditation is so important for our own health, as well as the peace of each other. A peaceful and tranquil heart knows how to radiate compassion, and this meditation creates coherence in the magnetic field of the heart by increasing vagus nerve tone.



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  • Start Your Day The Yin Way10:36
    Start Your Day The Yin Way

    Andrea Kwiatkowski

    We often associate Yin Yoga with the afternoon or evenings, but it’s also a wonderful practice to start the day. This is a short Kidney meridian focused yin yoga class with just three Yin yoga poses and is a great bookend to a more yang class, or a prelude to morning meditation, and is great way to start the day when you’re short on time. You will need a bolster.



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  • Universal Teachings 614:38
    Universal Teachings 6

    Alexander Filmer-Lorch

    Evolving Being: How to remember the Self. A great practice for everyone that wants to further evolve within by utilising their inner sense. A gentle contemplative practice that in time might give rise to a state of being that is distinct from everything else.



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  • (11) Putting It All Together07:52
    (11) Putting It All Together

    Dan Peppiatt

    Make sure you do the Warm Up first and then get ready for some fun. This is a playful exercise using the grounding, stability, spaciousness and feelings of freedom that we’ve found. You will need something to make 3 marks on your floor – ideally 3 flat blocks but 3 pieces of sticky tape or 3 cushions will do.



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  • (9) Ground Based Free Movement10:15
    (9) Ground Based Free Movement

    Dan Peppiatt

    A more guided class, with some really unusual movements. You’ll need to prepare with Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence, as some of these movements are fairly strong in the shoulders and wrists. Mostly floor based, you’ll find yourself moving fluidly, like water.



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  • (8) Exploring Spontaneity06:18
    (8) Exploring Spontaneity

    Dan Peppiatt

    A continuation of Dan’s Spontaneity Class, here are more ways to encourage yourself to move in different ways. Before you start, remember to warm up your body with Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence. Then you will be ready to focus on using different body parts in spontaneous ways. Beginning in kneel, you will explore different movements in your hands, arms, fingers. Then you move into movement explorations with your shoulders (be careful), and then the lower body can be integrated with this.



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  • (7) Spontaneity10:57
    (7) Spontaneity

    Dan Peppiatt

    A class to move the body away from mechanical repetitive movement patterns and into spontaneous, organic and intuitive freedom. Before you do this class, you will need to warm up your body with Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence. Then you will be ready to get creative, spontaneous and free, finding entirely new ways to move. You will begin in a moving plank exercise, finding balance in a variety of ways, using different parts of the anatomy. And then we go onto our back to explore how movement feels there. Enjoy!



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  • (6) Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence08:52
    (6) Spaciousness: The Warm Up Sequence

    Dan Peppiatt

    Many of us don’t know where our tension resides so there is always the possibility of learning to create space in the body where it might not be right now. This class explores spaciousness through controlled articular rotation - a form of pandiculation - or the natural opening movements seen in the animal world.



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  • 10 minutes of morning magic08:37
    10 minutes of morning magic

    Lucy McCarthy

    Looking to kickstart your day? This short, gentle, sweet and sumptuous flow will awaken the body, stimulate your energy and get your ready for the rest of the day. Lots of juicy spinal awakening and an uplifting flow. Gets into the shoulder, spine and side body.



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  • (5) Moving From Squat10:45
    (5) Moving From Squat

    Dan Peppiatt

    A range of exercises in and around the squat from the simple to the really challenging. If you have a squat these exercises are great. Be careful with your knees in this class, if you feel your knees are uncomfortable in any way in this class, give this class a miss, this isn’t for you, and see if you can go back to Learning the Squat.



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  • Mum And Baby In A Hurry09:02
    Mum And Baby In A Hurry

    Sally Parkes

    For when you're really short on time, or you don't think baby has the attention span for a full class, this 'In a Hurry' Mum and Baby Yoga Class is here for you. With simple stretches to help you keep strong and fleixble during those first few months, and taking time to connect with baby.



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  • Step Into Spring08:48
    Step Into Spring

    Kirsty Norton

    An all-levels swift wake up and shake up yoga class for the whole body incorporating energising movements and stretches to wake up your whole body to feel ready to spring into springtime with abundance of energy, joy and lightness to celebrate the light!



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  • Trikonasana Tutorial04:28
    Trikonasana Tutorial

    Andrew McGonigle

    This tutorial takes you step by step into Trikonasana (triangle pose), a wonderful pose for developing strength in our legs and length through the sides of our body.



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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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