Within this session we get to know our spine better.
We will work with awareness and detail in order to explore the spine more closely. The awareness we will cultivate will create strength, length, flexibility and health to the spine.
We will work closely with the breath to encourage more length and more prana to help the spine and surrounding areas and the body.
As we work through the session please go at your own pace, if you need to rest please rest. make sure you have been given the go ahead by your medical professional before going ahead and doing this video. If you have any injuries then i advise going into a class so the teacher can watch and assist and help you to make sure you are doing movements correctly.
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Hi and welcome to the final session of the 5 classes.
This class will be the hardest of the sessions.
We now link everything together without as many modifications.
If you do find it to be to hard you must once again drop back till the previous session is easier.
Listen to your body as you move through the asanas – rest if you need to.
The session will begin standing and will end lying, followed by some breathing and a guided relaxation.
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Welcome to class 4. This session is much harder than class one!
So if you are a beginner please go back to the previous sessions to make sure that you have build your way up through the sessions.
You can do the same session again and again - there is no rush to get to the next session.
If you are ready for this session we will work with much deeper asanas, core work and a longer relaxation (oh yes).
I hope you are enjoying the sessions, we only have one more remaining session before other sessions are introduced.
This sessions is progressing on from the previous class 2.
We work again with the breath, standing poses, and seated poses. The asanas do become more intense, holding for a little longer and working into some new asanas.
The session builds slowly and if at any point you feel it is to much you can always drop back to the previous sessions.
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This is a progression from the last class.
Poses are slightly more challenging and we introduce more asanas into the session.
The session has a huge focus on the breath and we work with standing poses, a balance, side stretches and a twist.
I recommend going back to the previous if you feel this may be to much at any stage.
Welcome to the first session of five.
This class with move us through breath awareness and yoga postures.
The postures will move with the breath enabling you to create a much more mindful practice. During the sessions as you move through asanas allowing yourself to rest if needed and being aware of the signals given to you by the body and the breath.
We will close the session with relaxation where you will be given a few minutes to just relax. Directions given will be clear in order for you to follow the instructions as best of your ability.
This is a live in class Guided Relaxation... We will begin in a comfortable lying position, the voice will then direct you into a tense and release.
Offering the body a chance to feel the difference between tension and relaxation. When the body is then release completely you will be guided into a deeper state by releasing all thought and any remaining tension with in the organs.
Eventually when you are fully relaxed you will be guided into your own private imaginary sanctuary where you can remain for a few moments. This sanctuary can be anywhere of your choice, a garden, monastery, beach or a room.
The gently you will be guided back out to a wakeful state ready for your day.
Yoga Nidra is a deep state of relaxation, between wakefulness and sleep.
Yoga Nidra is a guided systematic relaxation, where the student drops into a state of relaxation while remaining consciousness.
You are asked to remain awake and alert on the voice guiding.
The benefits of the practice are profound and aid deep restoration of the body and mind.
Relaxing the body as you exhale, allowing the body to find softness to increase and relax deeper with every exhale.
Then to move deeper still we move into the imagination, visualising a ball moving through and around the body, massaging and releasing the muscles.
We finally arrive at the brain and bring the practice to a close.