Alix will guide you through this pranayama session, which is a control of the breath, of the expansion of the life-force energy, to calm the mind and prepare for meditation.
Learn how to use myofascial and trigger point self- release using props, combined with targeted stretching and postural adjustments both if you already have shoulder pain, or to prevent it from happening.
One of the key focuses of Pilates is that the back is best supported by strengthening the core. With variations and modifications of one-leg bridges, planks and lying postures, you can expect to feel a great deal of strength building throughout your whole core.
Join Sebastian for a Hatha Raja Vinyasa style flow moving through a seated meditation and pranayama (breath work) to begin, a warm up and sun salutations leading into a strong flow.
Forrest yoga is at its core an healing practice. The intensity of the physical practice and the deep attention to the breath, allow you to access and let go of emotions stuck in the physical body and develop self awareness.
This a 45 minute sequences suitable for beginners and those wishing to revisit the foundations of their practice. In this video we will explore the foundations of breath, grounding and movement with focus on establishing safe alignment.
Join Elisa for this short session in which you will connect your core to your legs, arms and shoulders. This is not so much a flow as a chance to use postures such as boat pose and plank variations to really feel and activate your whole core.
In this class we will explore cobra variations and transitions including spinal waves, king cobra and active cobra. Focus will be placed on shoulder, glute and hamstring activation.
Enjoy this gentle exploration of your body as you stretch through the whole body. Aim in this practice not to attain new advanced postures, but to feel intensely how your body is and how it moves. You can expect to leave this class feeling relaxed, reset and ready to go about your day.
Mountain Pose is a foundation pose for many other poses. Keep coming back to this video to create more engagement in your body and to feel grounded in this asana.