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Pawanmuktasana I

Pawanmuktasana I

27:56

Pawanmuktasana I

This series works on the joints and is designed to release the flow of energy and remove any blockages that prevent the energy to flow freely in the body and mind. Great for people suffering from rheumatic arthritis, high blood pressure and people who need to avoid strenuous/vigorous exercise. The names of the exercises are: Toe Bending, Ankle Bending, Ankle Rotation, Ankle Crank, Kneecap Contraction, Knee Bending, Knee Crank, Half Butterfly Pose, Hip Rotation, Full Butterfly Pose, Hand Clenching, Wrist Bending, Wrist Joint Rotation, Elbow Bending, Elbow Rotation, Shoulder Socket Rotation, Neck Movement.

Part of the Pawanmuktasana 1, 2 and 3 program

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Teacher Esther Ekhart
Level Level 1
Duration 27:56
Style Hatha
Stimulating Chi flow in the joints

Stimulating Chi flow in the joints

31:15

Stimulating Chi flow in the joints

In this short session you will do specific movements for all the joints of your body to enhance the chi flow, which get stagnated easily during the day. It is based on a sequence offered by Dr. Motoyama, a Shinto priest, who has done scientific research on chi, chakras and meridian pathways. This sequence is great if you sit in a chair all day or when you want to enhance the chi flow before doing either a Yin or Yang yoga practice. Props you might need are: a pillow and a blanket.

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Teacher José de Groot
Level All Levels
Duration 31:15
Style Yin Yoga, Therapeutics, Mixed movement
Swaying palms

Swaying palms

23:24

Swaying palms

The palm tree vinyasa is a gentle, flowing practice that comes directly from the teacher of teachers, Krishnamacharya himself! Enjoy this fluid, restful yet powerful alternative to the sun salutation as a way to integrate the upper and lower body and find more ease in your arms, shoulders and neck.

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Teacher James Reeves
Level All Levels
Duration 23:24
Style Hatha
Energy freeing series

Energy freeing series

54:00

Energy freeing series

A gentle practice, ideal for the days you don't wish to do too much. This particular version of the joint freeing series is used as theraputic yoga to help heal from joint pain and to promote good awareness of how to feel the muscles that support the joints of the body. You'll flow slowly from feet to head, integrating movement with breathing. Ending with a 10 minute relaxation.

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Teacher James Reeves
Level All Levels
Duration 54:00
Style Hatha
Pain Management Yoga Nidra Practice

Using Yoga Nidra to manage pain - practice

40:40

Using Yoga Nidra to manage pain - practice

Yoga Nidra can significantly improve the relationship we have with the pain we experience in our body. It can offer welcome relief for people struggling to manage their pain using other methods, even bringing the 'pain scale' down by several notches after just one practice. During this session, we will first identify the level of pain we are experiencing and then work through a comprehensive range of Yoga Nidra practices before re-visiting that pain level once again. By the end of the practice, you should not only feel less pain but be confident to continue the practice at home. You might also be interested in watching the introduction to this practice Using Yoga Nidra to manage pain - talk

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About this class
Teacher James Reeves
Level All Levels
Duration 40:40
Style Yoga Nidra
Mobilising the hips

Mobilising the hips

26:08

Mobilising the hips

A gentle lying down practice which works the hips, legs and feet. It incorporates a supine tree pose so it's good to feel this posture without having to worry about balancing! Make sure you are comfortable in the semi-supine position and are warm enough. The practice can be made stronger by working with the opposite leg straight out. Enjoy!

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Teacher Lyn Core
Level All Levels
Duration 26:08
Style Hatha, Therapeutics, Restorative

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