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Gentle twists, flowing forward fold, easy backbends.
Gentle yoga movements followed by a simple breathing exercise. Ideal for the Summer months. Postures are constructive rest position, alternate knees squeezes, happy baby, beetle on back. Alternate nostril breathing.
Feet part 2 - foot and ankle mobilisation. Up and down on the toes, moving towards awkward pose. Warrior 2 with focus on the feet. Simple relaxed standing forward fold.
Gentle hatha yoga sequence including standing forward fold, downward dog, cat/cow, wide leg forward fold, reclined big toe pose.
Here Bojan our Jyotish expert continues his article on remedies through using colour. Teach me something - Beautiful deep yellow, like the flag of Spain, provoke energy of Jupiter in your mind and life. Jupiter is a planet of knowledge and good vibrations. He is the one holding family and society together. Hence, living room or dining room with yellow details can help you improve ether element in your homes and keep you together for a long time.
The beauty of Jyotish lies in a possibility to see good and bad periods in life, to detect good planets influencing our lives as well as bad ones. Bad influences produce obstacles and turning points. On the other side, good once should be encouraged to be even better. Our spiritual growth is also based on our possibility to transcend these obstacles or to accept good and make more progress in life.
Balanced session. Warm up. Forward folding variations, locust variations.
Hatha yoga postures and movement, including cat cow, downward dog, wide leg forward fold, wide leg with a twist, triangle, revolved triangle, moving twist.
Gentle Hatha yoga postures and movements, ideal for beginners.
A short, simple selection of postures and movements. Arches and curls, cat, cow. Downward dog, plank. Down dog, plank transition with leg variation. Seated forward fold and seated twist. Cobbler pose.
A slow and simple sun salutation variation, suitable for most abilities.
Gentle Hatha yoga movements and postures for a light, easy practice. Including leg spirals, straddle, toes, knees, extend sequence. Reclined pigeon, downward dog and pigeon. Great to help release tight hips!
We have certainly been feeling the heat these past few weeks, practice your gentle, relaxing Hatha yoga in the cool early morning sun, before it gets too hot. Here's our resident Yoga Expert Claire showing us some simple sequences using a chair, really good for those suffering from knee or joint problems. You won't need your tutu for the plies though!
A lovely gentle practice which would be ideal for those suffering with symptoms of the menopause. Although beneficial for all. 2 yoga blocks (or books) as supports and a chair will be useful.
Shoulder opening with straps. Egyptian sun sequence (includes lateral movements, forward folds and twists). Breathing ball exercise, 4 stage breathing exercise. Slow gentle low lunge pulse.
Being very complex, life gives us more than one dosha constitution. That is represented by the mixed influence of planets on specific chart fields ie ascendent. Most people have dual doshas types as well as people having a mixture of three of them called tridosha.
Jyotish, the ancient astrology system known as EYES OF VEDA, gives us the opportunity to go deeper into our birth charts and to see what is happening regarding our body and mind. Ayurveda, on the other hand, is a perfect health system that teaches us about health and balance. Jyotish and Ayurveda are both parts of Veda.
Jyotiṣh is the Sanskrit word for “Astrology.” According to Ayurveda, the most important qualities of Jyotiṣh is to understand the passages of time. By knowing the time, Jyotish indirectly gives us a glimpse of the different phases of time: past, present and future Jyotish has the ability to reveal and enlighten.
We love having Claire in our living rooms, with personal guidance that can be built up each week. If you are not taking advantage of these videos you really are missing out on some wonderful body practices.
These short but detailed videos are perfect for when you don't have time, but if you have some extra time why not try doing a sequence of them over an hour period. Just go the Movement and Yoga section and have a go.
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