Today, we will iron out the kinks in our lower body. Hips, hamstrings, quads… Let’s do it!
Do you sit for long periods throughout the day? in this very short video we get up from our desks and move together. Let me know how you feel after taking short breaks throughout your day to move.
Grounding, stable, secure, connected. I recommend getting outside and doing this one in nature. Please enjoy it.
In this practice, we’ll stretch and strength all the way down the posterior chain focusing on our stabilising muscles and lengthening out the whole back body. This is great flow to come back to on a regular basis, especially if you’re quad dominant and do a lot of lower body workouts.
A beautiful heart opening sequence. As with any heart opening and back bending flow, just be aware of any niggles in the lower back and know when you’ve reached your limit. Breathe into the heart, feeling yourself lift higher.
To connect with our masculine energy we’ll be moving through an active hips flow. There will be a few passive moments throughout, but feel free to take some extra pause moments if you need them. This practice will leave your hips feeling strong, open, mobile and alive!
Finding some ground and space for slowness can often be more challenging than the vinyasa styles practices. It can be tough to come off of the hamster wheel of life and cultivate some calm. I believe this is a very important practice for us all. In this practice we breathe and check in with our body and emotions.
Downward Facing Dog or Adho mukha śvānāsana in Sanskrit is possibly the most recognised yoga posture, we work through this time and time again in our yoga practice. Seen as a basic posture to so many, it can actually be a tricky one to get right. Every human body works a little differently, but use these alignment cues and tips to help make your downward facing dog a little more comfortable for your body.