A gentle and soothing practice that starts with a seated meditation/body-scan to helps to ground and alleviate anxiety.
A strong flowing practice that will challenge and deepen your practice.
A super sweet practice to help you release tension in the hips.
An all-round sweet energizing yoga flow sequence that will get your whole body moving, connect you with your breathing and lengthen the entire body. Starts with a warm-up, some breathe work and moves into some key standing poses before coming onto the mat for a short seated sequence and savasana.
This sequence is suited to 1st & 2nd trimester (and early 3rd trimester depending on how you are feeling/level of practice). This is NOT recommended for women who are experiencing any complications in their pregnancy. Always check with your doctor or prenatal care provider before beginning any exercise program.
Level: 1st & 2nd trimester
Props: 1-2 blocks and cushions or bolster
This is a gorgeous practice that will lengthen out your quadriceps, hamstrings & hips – helping you develop long lean leg muscles. It is a fantastic sequence for those of you who are athletes, runners and cyclists through targeting those bigger leg muscles that tend to get super tight – perfect for a post workout stretch. Please enjoy!
This is a fantastic yoga sequence that strengthens the entire body, will raise your metabolism & help to burn calories. Practice this 3-4 times a week to see some results in as little as 6 weeks!
This a challenging well-rounded power flow yoga practice. It will get you a little sweaty, get the breath flowing easily, and strengthen the whole body. A gorgeous practice to do in the morning before you start your day and or anytime throughout the day when you need any energizer booster.
A short seated beginning focusing on ujjayi breathing, a flowing warm up followed by a series of Ashtanga based sun salutations and a seated sequence and savasana. This is an intermediate level practice but even if you are new please feel free to give it a try, just take the modifications, particularly for Chaturanga Dandasana (from plank, come down onto the knees to lower down before coming into upface dog).
This is a briskly paced sequence although we will hold some of the postures, it will get you to focus on your breathing, lengthen and stretch the entire body, work on some core strength, and get the circulation going.