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Gemini is a creative sign. They are able to adapt and fit in easily, as a very social sign. They are able to find balance between head and heart. For this Gemini themed sequence we will work through a creative, fluid flow, with a bit of balancing to tap into this sign in each of us.
Are you looking for a bit more of a workout on your mat? Short on time but want to build heat and feel a bit of a burn? Feeling a slump and needing to get that energy up quick? Try these 7 poses for a practice that’s equal parts strength and stretch. No props required.
Taurus is the second in the zodiac and an earth sign. It is related to the physical, both the body and the world. And our connection to it. As a sign it is related to grounding, and our ability to be soft and slow. That’s why this practice will move slowly through some grounding poses.
Zodiac signs and astrology as a whole is full of great metaphors and symbolism to learn about your self. You don’t need to be a firm believer of astrology in order to take from it what you will. This is the start of my zodiac yoga themed series.
If you are feeling depleted, stressed, anxious, or over extended – it’s time to take a break and fill your own cup. I promise taking the time to do so will actually help you to be more productive later.
I have been horseback riding more days than not over the last couple years, and man does it leave the body stiff and sore. To counter that I have added this set of stretches into my routine every day before I head to the barn. It is a short sequence that warms up the whole body, focusing particularly on hips, low back, calves and ankles.
Do you listen to your thoughts as you practice yoga? Do you allow for the mind body connection to speak? These flowing transitions will give you the chance to tune into yourself with each one.
Props are such a wonderful way to mix up your yoga practice. If you are feeling stale in your practice, adding a set of blocks to your sequence is a great way to get out of your comfort zone.
It is all too common to find stiffness, aches and pains, and general immobility in the upper body. We all spend entirely too much time hunched over some piece of technology or another. Give yourself a few minutes to work through these 7 stretches to improve mobility in your shoulders, upper, mid and lower back.
In my personal practice I like to tune into my breath and hold the poses for a little bit longer in order to continue to improve my flexibility long term. If you are a more intermediate student, try holding each of these poses for about 5 to 10 breaths.
Yoga can be a very soothing way to tap into the nervous system, and tune in to both the physical and mental aspects. These poses will stretch the whole body, all while sitting, lying or close to the ground. No strenuous poses needed.
A full moon is a time of brightness, clarity and illumination. It is a great time to reflect and be grateful for all that is, has been, and will be. Work through these poses with slow, mindful, and fluid transitions to honor the full moon.
It’s time for a gentle morning stretch that will help you wake up and get moving feeling good. Let’s work through these 7 poses together to release the full body, starting from the top and working down.
Ready to mix up some moves on your mat to increase your overall mobility and flexibility? Give these a go for an overall feel good feeling from head to toe.
If you yourself are a yoga teacher, or you’re a more advanced practitioner who doesn’t need all the cues and alignment tips but want a sequence to keep your routine fresh – follow along below.
Being slow doesn’t mean easy, especially when it comes to hatha asanas. Holding poses allows time for the fire to build. Try holding these 7 poses for between 10 to 20 poses to let it simmer in your body as well as mind.
When you do yoga, do you like to work towards a peak pose? With more intermediate poses like Dancer’s Pose it is important to do stretches that will prepare you for the pose you are working towards.
Do you hold a lot of tension in the inner thighs? You might not even realize it until you start to stretch. Personally I’ve been horseback riding every day and this area is overworked. My fellow equestrians you will really enjoy this sequence. But I believe this one is truly great for everyone.
The crown chakra is our connection to something greater, to the rest of the world, our true sense of belonging, wisdom and spiritual truth. This sequence uses a combination of gentle inversions and upright poses to send the flow of energy and blood towards the crown and then back down again.
The third eye is associated with intuition, clarity and insight. It is located in the middle of the forehead, so to tune into it we want to apply pressure in this area or send energy that way. Give these 5 passive poses (and breathwork) a try to tap into this sixth chakra.