In this 30 minute flow we will be working on our flexibility & mobility. This can be a practice that you come back to again and again, perfect as an energising morning stretch.
PLEASE NOTE… My mistake! I forget to do the deep quad stretch from low lunge position on the left side – feel free to pause me during the practice and pop it in on the left also. My apologies, I didn’t notice until I uploaded it.
This 25 minute sequence will open the heart space, soften the whole body and will prepare you soul for sleep. By adjusting to surrender and being open to receiving, we can be more aligned with acceptance, rather than forcing what we think should come next
A yoga sequence that can be done in bed as well as on your yoga mat. Sleep well yoga family x
A much requested opening up into the shoulders, the chest & the neck. I adore working with posture.. This changes our body language and enables to breathe with a little more ease too x
30 minutes of listening to our body and moving in such way that we iron out some of those little kinks and niggles. Another great way to start our day – checking in with ourselves.
A dynamic wake up call, you’ll be firing up into the lower body, giving yourself that power push into the day ahead. Whether you spend your day sat down at a desk, or you’re up on your feet, this will give you the mobility and strength you need to thrive. Arrive here today with a sense of gratitude and know that wherever you are at today is enough!
Through slowing down the body and breath, we can start to cultivate a sense of slowness in the mind. Anchor your body into the present moment and as you breath, allow yourself the opportunity to move deeper into the space.
Today we slow it down and find a deep energetic stretch in this yin style yoga practice. I encourage you to bring props and as much cushioning as you’d like. Yes, we want to stretch, but this is also a time for reflection and looking inwards, quite a meditative practice this one.
Welcome to your journey to splits. Throughout this 14-day journey we’ll visit different types of movements and ways of stretching. This is by no means a “quick fix” to splits, but instead it’s an in-depth start to your progress towards splits. If you would like to, take progress photos, but also journal your thoughts and feelings throughout. Remember, the success comes from being aware, from showing up and from being present. Anything else is just a bonus.
Take some time out during this festive period for you to cultivate some calm. I encourage you to grab cushions, a blanket and light some candles xx