Time to Bloom – Yoga for the Spring Equinox

Time to Bloom – Yoga for the Spring Equinox

Winter is a time of slumber, and as such Spring is a great time to wake up and boost your energy. These poses will help you build some heat, with a heart opening flow and core engagement. They are a bit more intermediate in nature. No props needed. 1. Sphinx to...
Not Too Strenuous Strength and Stretch Yoga Practice

Not Too Strenuous Strength and Stretch Yoga Practice

This is a full body morning yoga sequence you can do to help wake your body up and prepare for the day ahead. Without too much effort, it will help you build a bit of heat this morning. 1. Wide Legged Child’s Pose – From kneeling, bring the big toes...
Creative Flow to Tap into Tapas

Creative Flow to Tap into Tapas

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...
7 Poses for an Overall Upper Body Release

7 Poses for an Overall Upper Body Release

Are you experiencing pain, stiffness and tension in your neck, shoulders, upper back and chest. Try out this soothing sequence. Hold each pose for a few breaths, or until feels good. No props required. Seated Chest Opener – Start seated, lengthen spine, relax...
Morning Yoga with Blocks

Morning Yoga with Blocks

Props are often seen as a beginner’s device. But to me that’s just a bad rep. They are so useful in helping to advance your practice. To step up to more intermediate poses, to deeper stretches, to stability, to mobility etc. etc. This 7 pose flow makes use...
7 Poses for a Deep Stretch

7 Poses for a Deep Stretch

If you are looking for a flow to push your practice a little bit, and focus on flexibility, this is a great little sequence. These 7 poses will work the shoulders, spine, hips, and back of legs. Hold each one for 5 or so deep breaths. 1. Toe Squat – Start...