Are you a yoga teacher, or intermediate student that has found this page while looking for some inspiration for your self led home flows? Give this one a go.

It will take about 20 minutes.

In order to tap into the niyama of Tapas, we repeat most poses and mini flows through 5 times. Tapas is connected to austerity, discipline and determination.

No props required.

1. Start in a toes squat, toes untucked. Hands on knees. Take cleansing breath. 5 seated cat/cows. 5 seated side bends each each way. Reach hands up. Open and close fingers rapidly for 5 seconds. Repeat to sides. Repeat hands forward.

2. Downward dog to plank, 5 times. Hold plank 5 breaths.

3. Downward dog right leg rises. Warrior 2. Inhale reverse Warrior, exhale extended side angle. 5 times with breath. Triangle pose. Side plank left side.

4. Locust pose. Downward dog. Vinyasa.

Repeat 3 and 4 through on the other side.

5. Temple pose. 5 circles up on inhale, exhale down. Wide legged forward fold.

6. Squat. Butterfly fold, 10 breaths.

7. Half butterfly or extend right leg up, clasping bottom of foot. Repeat other leg. Boat pose. Lower. Bridge pose. Windshield wiper knees.

Finish with Savasana.

These poses come from a 20 minute class I recently shared. Check it out below.

Kassandra

 

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