Do you find yourself pushing your limits? Or perhaps getting motivated to move your body is a challenge? This Yin & Yang series will guide through both calming and energetic practices to balance Yin and Yang energies. In Traditional Chinese Medicine Yin is cooling, calming and soothing moon energy whereas Yang is warm active solar energy. Balancing these two energies can help to create a state of contentment, wholeness, calm and ease. This series will guide you each day through alternating Yin and Yang practices to bring balance to your body and mind.
Enjoy stillness, peace, and quiet in this Yin Yoga class. Create the feeling of a day at the spa as you relax on your yoga mat. Taking time to slow down in life is a great way to practice gratitude, cultivating even more love for all that you have.
Warm up your body and your heart in this slow, steady Vinyasa class which includes the peak pose- Bow/Dhanurasana. Use this class to counter the effects of sitting and breathe easier by creating more space in your body.
Exit Exit by PC III. License: Creative Commons Licence
Juan guides you through a sequence that connects breath and movement and focuses on seated forward folds which transition to an upward facing flow. What is an upward facing vinyasa? Click play and see it for yourself!
Concentration by Kevin MacLeod . Licence: Creative Commons Licence
Andrea guides you through a Yin Yoga class that targets all 4 quadrants of the legs. This class will leave you feeling stable and steady. A great class to counter a sitting lifestyle and to stretch at the end of a long day.
Yoga and Meditation Music with Pianoscaper by Rob Barker. Lice...
Let your breath be your best guide and teacher. Allow the pace of your practice to be led by the length and depth of your breath. Calm the nervous system, wake up your body and enjoy the benefits of this breath-centred practice.
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Join Angela for a practice focusing on gut health. Tone and rejuvenate the digestive organs for improved digestion and a more relaxed mind and body. Note: this sequence is not meant to be done for immediate digestive issues and should not be practised with a full stomach.
Join Mark for a fluid Vinyasa class with a focus on bringing space and openness to the hips and low back. Connection to breath is key, and movement with breath becomes a moving meditation. Satisfy your body and still your mind as you celebrate movement!
A special Yin Yoga class designed by Andrea to release physical and emotional tension stored in the hips. Be sure to be very kind to yourself during this practice and. This practice is ideal for all levels, especially those who sit for large parts of the day.
Join Juan for a class that begins with seated poses and teaches you to transition from seated to a vinyasa sequence. Use a well-padded mat to protect your knees. The sequence in this class prepares your body for the last pose: baby grasshopper!
The Dark Glow of the Mountains by Chris Z...