(All Levels) The hips are intimately connected with the diagraphm. The more open and stable the hips are, the fuller our breath can be, the more connected we can feel to ourselves and others. In this video you will learn following Asanas: Gomukhasana legs (Cow Legs), Lunge variations, Pigeon variations, Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend) and Baddha Konasana (Cobbler Pose).
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(All Levels) We begin with Chaturanga. The Chaturanga is a flowing series of following poses: Upward Mountain into Forward Bend into Downward Plank into Upward Dog into Downward Dog into Forward Bend into Upward Tree. Do this series at your own pace. Next we will move into the Flowing Warrior Series. First will be Chaturanga into Proud Warrior Pose on left/right leg. Second will be Chaturanga into Lunging Warrior on left/right leg. Third will be Chaturanga into Bound Warrior on left/right leg. You may need a Yoga Belt for this pose. Fourth will be Chaturanga into Balancing Warrior on left/right leg. If you raise your arms and rising leg at the same time, it will aid your balance and help produce a stronger Balancing Warrior Pose. We will do one last final Chaturanga then conclude this session with a much needed Child's pose. These asanas done naked helps you move through them in a freer state of body, mind and soul.
In this video you will learn the following asanas: Chaturanga (Flow Series), Chaturanga + Virabhadrasana I/Proud Warrior / Chaturanga + Virabhadrasana II/Lunging Warrior / Chaturanga + Baddha Virabhadrasana/Bound Warrior / Chaturanga + Virabhadrasana III/Balancing Warrior (Flowing Warrior Series), Chaturanga (Flow Series).
(All levels) When we open the hips, we release the psoas muscle which then releases the diaphragm, allowing us to breathe more deeply and efficiently. Especially since women's hormones tend to make their ligaments more flexible, it is very important to stabilize the hips before and during hip openers. Necessary props: belt
In this practice, you will learn: Child's Pose, Supta Padangusthasana (Reclining Big Toe Pose), Trikonasana (Triangle Pose), Kapotanasana (Pigeon Pose), Gomukhasana Legs (Cow Pose).
(Intermediate Level) The yoga tradition defines five organs of action, known as Karmendriyas in Sanskrit. The Hands are the organs of apprehension; through them we cultivate our understanding of the world. The Hands are also how we directly shape the world. This lesson will refine your awareness of the physical organ, as well as the aspects of consciousness that underlie its actions. Starting with self-massage and a physical exploration of the Hands, the practice continues with an application of the Hands in select asana, and concludes with a guided relaxation and an invitation to explore the subtle nature behind this organ of action. Asana presented in this teacher-and-student video include: Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog Pose), Baddha Guliasana (Bound Fingers Pose), Prasarita Padottanasana, (Wide-Legged Standing Forward Fold Pose, with hands in reverse prayer), Adho Mukha Vrksasana (Handstand Pose), and Savasana (Corpse Pose).
(Intermediate Level) The yoga tradition defines five organs of action, known as Karmendriyas in Sanskrit. The Feet are the organs of locomotion; through them we locate ourselves in the world. This lesson will refine your awareness of the physical organ, as well as the aspects of consciousness that underlie its actions. Starting with self-massage and a physical exploration of the Feet, the practice continues with an application of the Feet in select asana, and concludes with a guided relaxation and an invitation to explore the subtle nature behind this organ of action. Asana presented in this teacher-and-student video include: Tadasana (Mountain Pose), Anjaneyasana (Low Lunge), Vrksasana (Tree Pose), Vajrasana (Thunderbolt Pose), and Savasana (Corpse Pose).
(Level: All Levels)
We begin with the Hero Pose that opens up coxa and legs. Then we come onto our backs for the Single Leg Stretch of both legs. After we move into the Upward Facing Double Leg Stretch as best as you can. Then coming up into a sitting position we will do the Sitting Forward Bend Series which consists of the left/right leg Single Forward Bend and Double leg Forward Bend. Then we will conclude with the Spinal Twist. The Spinal Twist helps remove toxins from your digestive organs. As you do these asanas, feel the full opening of your lower body.
(Beginner to Basic Level) Chakras are spinning energy centers along our spine. The first chakra is located at the base of our spine and is the center of physical vitality. It governs issues surrounding primal survival and erotic/procreative urges. When the first chakra is balanced, its grounding force allows us to connect to earth energies and empower ourselves.
After some tips on setting up an altar to encourage those first chakra vibrations, we begin this class with Breath of Fire, which engages the first chakra and fires its energy all over the body. We then move into some supine poses that open the hips and areas surrounding the base of the spine while helping us feel grounded on the floor. Simple standing poses that stretch the backs of the legs open channels for earth energy to flow into the first chakra. We end class in a grounding Savasana (Corpse Pose) with a short meditation on body awareness.
Building upon tendus, we will add a new movement- degage, which means to disengage. This is a tendu where the toes leave the floor, as opposed to a tendu where the working leg stays in contact with the floor at all times. We will also build upon plies, or a bend of the knees, and go over releve and eleve exercises. As with the last set of exercises, it is advised to have a chair, barre, or other surface to use as support, and to check posture in a full-length mirror if available. As always, the focus of these exercises is to gradually build strength, balance, and turn-out; work within your comfort zone, making sure you are doing the movements properly, and always stopping if anything feels wrong or painful to avoid injury.
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