Marlene Henny Follow
Marlene Henny is a certified and experienced Core Strength Vinyasa yoga teacher. She is known for her skill in sequencing and incorporates the influence of her dance training into her teaching.
Energise with power
Rise and energise with this power breathing flow. With a focus on breath and body awareness, you'll be guided through a seamless flow that will leave you feeling incredible. The class begins with a warm up to shift energy before moving into the main sequence. The final stretch will be the 'full expression' of all the moves you have done before.
Balance with core flow
This 40 minute flow will challenge your balance and stability, help to activate your core, and stretch and awaken your whole body. The practice focuses on the deep front line myofascial meridian and includes Warrior 2, Reverse Warrior, lunges and Surfer squats.
Vinyasa flow is about the connection between breath and movement – allowing the breath to move you. In this class we'll transition from one yoga pose to the next, using the breath as a guide. The sequence is built around Warrior one pose that you're invited to modify. This way, the practice becomes a movement meditation that brings you closer to yourself, while at the same time becoming stronger, healthier and more flexible.
Do the Tiger
Join me for a fun, dynamic flow that will mobilise your entire body and connect you deeply to your core and breath. In this practice we focus on Vyaghrasana (Tiger pose) – which warms, stretches and strengthens the back muscles.
Core power with Pilates
More power for the core! In this practice we'll connect deeply into those abdominals and target all areas of the core with 15 minutes of some of my favourite Pilates core and ab exercises, practiced while lying on the back. No props needed.
Stretch with Upside down Dragon pose
In this slow, stretchy, Yin-like practice we practice a variation of classic lunge, Dragon pose, that targets the hip flexors. We begin in a supported Child's pose, before moving into a 'classic' low lunge pose. Then we tip Dragon pose upside down, using the bolster for support. We finish in an elevated leg position. A lovely class to try if your legs are feeling a little fatigued.
Flow and rotate
Roll and rotate your way through this juicy yoga flow practice! Rotating movements may not show up enough in our daily lives, or in our practice, but are extremely important for our general mobility and brain mapping. We'll explore different variations of rotations in seated, all fours, standing poses and core work, rotating round the mat as we flow. No props necessary.
Fusion Pilates 2
This practice takes you through some lateral breathing and includes a short, seated hip-strengthening variation and some creative table top movements to strengthen and tone the muscles. You'll also learn how to do a bridge curl up and down. You might also enjoy my Fusion Pilates 1 practice.
Fusion Pilates 1
This Pilates-inspired practice fires up the legs, glutes, and core. It includes some work on all fours, knee to core moves and ‘rainbow kicks’. We end the practice with a seated core exercise with a twist. Breathe through the movement and remember every movement matters, so stay mindful.
Vinyasa coiling moves
This sequence focuses on coiling the spine. We prepare the body for these movements using Anahatasana to coil into the lunge variation. It’s a wavy, flowing practice to help you connect with fluid movement in the spine.
Because many of us spend our days on computers, on our phones, and/or driving, our arms, chest, and upper back are in a constant state of rounding forward. Poor posture can also contribute to back issues. Backbends can help us to realign and lengthen our spines. In this practice, we warm up slowly, gradually moving into deeper backbends but feel free to stay where it's comfortable for you.
Stretch your hamstrings flow
Having tight hamstrings can be a little frustrating during yoga - so that’s why I made this class. In this flow we move through a number of hamstring stretches that will help you find more length in those tight leg muscles and create more freedom in your lower body as you flow.
Quick core pick me up
This core strengthening class focuses on stabilising movements and postures which will challenge not just your core muscles but your entire body! Enjoy a number of core variations, including twisting lunges, standing poses and Goddess pose.
Twist with your core
In this class, you’ll have the opportunity to twist, tone, and strengthen - enhanced by an active breathing practice. We begin by moving the spine in all directions before transitioning into postures that will warm you up from the inside out. This reasonably intense practice includes a variety of plank exercises, boat pose, and crunches. And at the end, a well deserved Savasana!
Core work on the mat
Connect deeply into those abdominal muscles and target all areas of the core in this short, Pilates-informed core workout.
Flow with your breath
This practice uses breath expansion to circulate energy through the body. We’ll begin by moving through a low lunge pose to get in tune with the body and breath. Then we’ll progress into a ‘dance’ with the breath moving through Warrior 1 and a Warrior 2 variation. You’ll experience how the breath is the engine in this practice.
A little workout!
Here’s a short but intense workout for you! You'll gain strength while you move your body through a series of yogic squats and gate pose sequences. This simple yet intense muscle strengthening practice is super effective and will have you feel strong and engaged.
Bow and arrow core flow
Get moving and find your stride with this core flow practice. This dynamic practice, which circles the mat, will take you through different lunge variations, Bow and arrow pose, Extended Side Angle, Goddess squats, and Warrior 2. A powerful, grounding flow which works on strength and stability (particularly in the legs) and ends with a restful Savasana.
Slow flow floor stretches
This yoga-inspired flow done entirely on the floor is perfect to wake up your body in the morning or relax your body in the evening. Connect with your breath, watch your thoughts and observe the sensations that arise. After this yoga class, you will feel relaxed and rejuvenated. Please have a block and meditation cushion (or pillow) ready.
Work your core from All fours
Work your core from an an All fours (Tabletop) position. In this practice we take a simple pose and start to move with the core. Connect deep into those abdominals and target all areas of the core with some of my favourite core and abdominal exercises.
Challenge your balance flow
This practice will challenge your balance as we flow in and out of Utkatasana (Chair pose) into a Flying Warrior pose. Embrace the wobbles and try to approach this practice with an attitude of playfulness. Remember, it's often during the times that we struggle that we're given the opportunity to grow.
A simple beginners' flow
This practice is a simple flow, suitable for those who are new to yoga (or if you're not and just the need for a slower-paced practice). We'll move calmly and mindfully through a 'traditional' Vinyasa flow, paying close attention to our breath and movement.
Rock your All fours!
I'll guide you through a series of ground-based movements to promote mobility, stability, control and strength. This sequence of moves in an all fours position will strengthen your core, leg, arm muscles. We move in this position back and forth, using the ground to invite muscular energy and stabilise your body. A great practice through which to meet your strength.
Powerful Warrior flow
This is one of my favourite flows. Why? Because it makes me feel empowered, energised and strong - but at the same time, light and flexible. In this practice you will through a flowing Warrior series that encourages you to build balance and stability in the body. It has a load of benefits and is a great way to focus your mind and connect to your centre.
Fallen Triangle yoga flow
Step into your power with this fun but challenging yoga practice that will leave you feeling stretched-out, strong, energised and open! You may need an extra yoga mat, or blanket to pad your knees.
Let’s flow with strength and we breathe and move. We start from - and mainly stay in - an all fours position, moving back and forth as we wave. This practice cultivates a bit of heat, tones, builds strength and flexibility and encourages you to integrate a deep and conscious breath.
Core floor flow
In this class we’ll activate and flow using functional movements and enjoy a strong and dynamic practice. We’ll also practice Wheel of Vitality pose for breath synchronisation, core strength and stability.
Floor flow practice
This yoga flow, which stays low to the floor, is designed to help to stretch out stiffness and release stagnation. We focus on hamstring stretches and hip openers. It's a relaxing yoga class with no strength required. Lean in, breathe deeply, stretch it out, and connect to something within yourself. Great to do towards the end of the day when you want to unwind and ease into your evening.
Full body flow
Move organically like nature, and you'll get stronger and more flexible - inside and out. Here we practice core lunge variations by working from the foot into the centre, and up through the spine. This full body flow is a great 'all-round' practice and will provide you with the perfect combination of strength, flow and stretch.
Wave with Diving Warrior
This is a 30-minute, core flow yoga practice that will leave you feeling open and strong! Wake up and tone your abdominal wall while also tending to your connection with yourself. Connect to your breath, build core engagement and slowly build heat as you work your way up to the backward squat and wave into the diving warrior.
Flow with Half Moon pose
Practice the balancing posture, Half Moon (Ardha Chandrasana) in this energising yet soothing flow class. We begin with a Vinyasa flow, testing out our balance and warming up all the component parts of the body we'll need for Half Moon pose. After two rounds we'll return to the pose again to see how it has evolved and how the body responds. Take your time, listen to your body and enjoy the ride!
Stretch your side body in Gate pose
Parighasana (Gate pose) stretches the intercostal muscles that connect the ribs. This kneeling practice will energise and lighten the side body and invite the breath to become truly three-dimensional. Use your breath to grow the pose and watch it unfold!
Backbend krama practice
Open up the front body with this fun and challenging step-by-step progression into different elements and layers of back bending. I encourage you to try this practice a few times so you start to familiarise yourself with the flow and move seamlessly as you focus on how your body feels in each movement and transition.
Do the twist!
This twisting yoga flow will wring out your body and get you unstuck. We'll move from a twisted all fours position into twisted lunges and seated twists. Be prepared - these are not your ordinary twists!
A 30 minute, continuous flow class with a focus on backbends. This is a stimulating, energising practice to get you going in a short period of time. We build up from gentle movements to a more vigorous Vinyasa flow, moving mindfully with the breath, with plenty of opening and lengthening.
Restore your hips
Struggling with tight hips? Find a new openness through release and surrender with this restorative hip opening sequence. Restorative poses allow the body to be fully supported through the use of props so that the body can open up easily without the use of force or strength. You'll need a chair, blocks, a bolster and a blanket for this class.
Spice up your Archer!
In this practice I share a spicy Archer pose, in a flow that that will definitely get your heart pumping! This flow is designed to get you ready to take on anything that comes your way. It's a fierce flow that will fire up your core and leave you wanting more!
Salute your Vasisthasana
In this class, we practice Sun Salutations and incorporate a challenging pose called Vasisthasana (Side Plank pose) into the flow. As always, we build up slowly and mindfully before moving into the peak pose. Build your core, work on your strength and flow with joy in this 'total body experience'.
Enjoy your range of motion
This 'move with ease' practice is one in which you are encouraged to enjoy your range of motion, rather than attempt to go beyond it. If we can breath easily and relax our mind, our body can respond to the positive feedback we are giving it. In my opinion, healthy range of motion is the right range of motion!
Open and flex flow
Stretch and open in this flexibility flow. This practice is a wonderful way to help you to gain more flexibility and feel more open. Concentrate on your breath and this, coupled with the flowing sequence, will increase the suppleness of your muscles. Enjoy the experience of flowing with the here and now!
Heart Salutation flow
This Heart Salutation flow class is a beautiful, dance-like sequence. It awakens the breath and promotes circulation and inner balance through the flow of prana Shakti - our creative life force. Enjoy a conscious flow as you warm up the body, mind and soul.
Twist and detox flow
Get into some twists and energize your body with this yoga flow. Twists have a 'detoxing' nature, which essentially means that you are compressing and decompressing the internal organs to encourage blood flow to those areas. Although this is a level 2 class, we move through the poses fairly slowly so this would be a good class for beginner students transitioning to intermediate level.
Block party practice
Who's ready for a block party? Well, get ready to enjoy this fun, full-body Vinyasa flow! This practice will make you feel brighter, lighter and stronger. We will engage muscles in a different way, working on the inner thigh muscles and building up strength with a little bit of help from a yoga block.
Salutation with variation - longer version
In this variation of the Sun Salutation, we create the perfect blend of Surya and backbend elements in the practice. It is a great sequence to add some 'oomph' into your day! Salutations with variations always reveal a theme, help warm and loosen up the body, and allow you to practice linking your movement with your breath. This practice has an interesting transition and is lovely way to start the day.
Rock the boat
Cat/Cow is a common movement in all fours pose but in this practice we move from the familiar tabletop in a variety of ways. We connect more deeply with our core as we move backward and forward, like a rocking boat. We also practice 'waving' forward from Downward Facing Dog into Plank with the knees hovering, then pressing back into Plank to experience a full core connection. Enjoy this simple but deep practice!
Salutation with variation
Sun Salutations are a nice way to warm up but often move us in a fairly linear way. This salutation is a bit different. From Up into Down dog we add some variations which involve rotating around the mat and incorporating some twists. It's a creative, dynamic and detoxifying salute. I hope you enjoy it!
A pleasant practice
Just a simple and pleasant yoga practice with some easy moves and grooves. From down to up, up to down, from lunge pose into a standing pose... An easy ride with some lovely, accessible movements.
Unroll the abdominal core
Often the core is seen as the abdominal core muscles. However, in order to connect with a strong and energetic awakening of the core, you need to make use of the floor and your limbs. In this class you'll learn to do that through practising a lunge variation with bent legs. It is a strong class that requires muscle power!
Move slow, stretch out
The beauty of stretching is that you feel leaner and longer and more spacious in your body and mind. This short series of lunge variations and standing forward folds stretches the IT band muscles and the hamstrings to make you feel all stretched out.
Sun Salutations are common in many Vinyasa-based yoga classes but this practice is a little different. It's a Core Salutation - a core 'prayer' with a Downward Dog variation, waving into plank pose and shifting into a core standing split pose. You will sweat a little, as you enjoy a interesting core ride!
Inspire your lunge pose
Lunges are practiced fairly commonly within Vinyasa style yoga. There are some arm variations in Lunge pose, but how about spicing up the pose by working differently with the back leg? By working with the back leg and point of gravity, you can feel and connect with the pelvic core region. In this practice, we explore this relationship of the back leg and the core and learn to cultivate a strong and fierce Lunge pose.
'Shanti rasa' is the concentrated essence of something, such as the sweetness of a mango or the nourishing energy that infuses us with life or something you feel after an inspired yoga practice. So in this practice we cultivate a Bhava (mood) of ease, peace and serenity while moving steadily, taking more time, and staying closer to the floor. Enjoy the meditative rhythm of your practice today.
Go slow, explore more
This special Slow flow class is a longer exploration of how to practice with softness, stability and awareness and taking everything back to a slower pace. In this class we explore a variation of Parighasana (Gate pose) that will help you to open the side of the body, give your breathing muscles a delicious stretch and help you to feel open and free.
Stretch your psoas
This short practice is great for anyone with a tight psoas muscle - the deep hip flexor that reaches from your thigh bone to your lower back. In this sequence, we focus on lengthening our psoas muscle by practising an interesting variation of lunge poses.
Move from your core
A slow-flowing but deceptively strong practice, with an emphasis on the breath and cultivating inner strength and stamina from within by working from the deep core muscles. With Sun Salutation variations, lunge twists and plank work.
Yang and Yin sequence
This class blends two styles of yoga - Yin and Yang - into one practice - bringing together the benefits of dynamic, standing poses and passive, longer-held yoga poses. The dynamic part helps to warm you up and builds stamina, then we balance it out with some more reflective and calmer Yin poses.
Short wall practice
This slow-moving, but fairly strong, floor-based practice uses the support of the wall to help you move into some deep lunges, a backbend and a couple of twists. This is a short but effective class which will 'unwind' you physically by stretching the larger muscle groups - and energetically. Have a block handy and perhaps a blanket to place under your knees.
Prepare for Pigeon
In this practice, a good 'sister-class' to Open and explore your Pigeon, we go through some poses to prepare ourselves for Pigeon pose with a twist. An interesting, hip-opening flow with some nice variations.
In this continuous flow, we move with curiosity and intention. First we connect with the breath, before moving into an all fours position to articulate the spine. We follow this with a lovely standing flow, which includes Three-legged downward dog and a flowing Warrior 2. We end the practice with some creative balances and introduce a new pose that I call 'Water dancer'. Enjoy the flow.
Tai Chi Warrior hangout
In this practice we practice an interesting transition into Tai Chi Warrior. Usually we move through this pose but this time we hang out in the pose. This Core Vinyasa class will encourage you to flow through and 'hang out' at the same time.
Rock your Fifties
A gentle floor practice with emphasis on mild stretching. This practice is especially for students who are in their fifties and want to stretch in an accessible way without overdoing it. It's also a nice class for those who have not done any stretching or a yoga practice for some time and would like to ease back into it again.
Backbend your lunge pose
Enjoy a powerful front body opening as we move from the front to the back of the mat in a lovely backbend routine, which explores a variation of Crescent lunge pose.
Open and explore your Pigeon pose
In this class, Marlene will guide you through some Pigeon pose variations. One will be a bit unexpected and unusual, but it feels delicious. Enjoy!
Shift into Plank
Moving into Plank pose is a common - and sometimes tricky - transition in yoga. In this class you'll learn a subtle but strong variation and connect with the power of your core strength as you transition into this pose.
Stretch your thighs
In this practice you will hold poses that stretch your thigh muscles. We often stretch the hamstrings in yoga, which is great, but we need also need to stretch our thighs in order to find that line of physical balance. Grab a couple of blocks and enjoy the release, yogis.
Stretch the shoulders and open the chest
A simple, restorative practice to stretch the shoulders, open the chest and gently stretch the neck. Make sure you have a belt, blocks and bolster ready for this practice.
Core Warrior series
In this practice you'll empower yourself with an energising Diving Warrior and a focused and strong Tai Chi Warrior. Expect to build some heat (especially in the legs!) with these deep, strong, flowing movements. Keep a bolster (or couple of pillows) and a block or two nearby for the relaxation at the end of the class.
Sweet good morning flow
A sweet flow that will greet your morning and help you build strength from the inside out. We need to move to get our day started and to get rid of the "fuzz" - a term coined by anatomist, Gil Hedley, meaning the intertwining fibres between the usually sliding surfaces of the body. This practice includes Half boat variations, Core planks, Warrior 2, Skandasana and Tai Chi Warrior. Enjoy!
Delicious detox flow
A delicious flow that will help in the detox process - not only because you'll generate some heat - but also because of the combination of breath work with some creative twists and turns.
Goddess pose flow
A short, slow-paced but powerful standing flow, moving from and into Goddess pose variation with Marlene's signature core-flow integration. With yogic squats, Prasarita Padottanasana and Warrior 2.
A steady power flow
A class that will help you to move with steadiness, strength and power. You'll learn a new way of practicing Plank pose and harness a calm, steady power with Tai Chi Warrior and Core Temple pose to find connection with your deeper core line. Remember to also practice your daily 5 minute meditation practice as part of the empowerment program.
Basic Vinyasa practice
A nice, basic flow through some Sun Salutations, standing poses and floor poses. Wonderful for beginners or those looking for a 'fuss-free' flow, we move through some basic poses in a calm yet dynamic way.
Good morning spine
Wake up the spine first thing in the morning and all your back muscles will be grateful! A short morning routine to move, wave, bend and round the spine.
Unfolding into Half Moon pose
We often move the same way over and over into yoga poses. In this class we practice moving into Half Moon pose (Ardha Chandrasana) in a creative way. Through a step by step progression as we maintain the flow, we begin to unfold gracefully into and out of Half Moon pose.
Mini Sun Salutation
A sequence based on Sun Salutations, with no Chaturangas. A great way to start your day or warm up your body and access your breath before a full yoga practice.
Relax, restore and open
The theme of this sequence is to relax and restore. Moving gently and slowly, we take the time to stretch and open different parts of the body, moving on the wave of the breath. You'll need a bolster and a block for this practice.
Flowing into Upavishta Konasana
Through this Vinyasa Krama (step by step progression), Marlene shows you an interesting transition to guide you gently and with awareness of the breath towards Upavistha Konasana. Expect to turn to the back side of the mat.
Short, effective, close to the ground, core yoga practice - great for when you want to hit the spot but don't have much time.
Connect with your spark
A short, energising practice that which connects you with your spark. Beginning and ending with a short Kapalabhati breathing practice and includes a core flow with fun 'scissor jumps'. A nice practice to start your day with.
Flow through your backbends
In this class we'll move through a flow, incorporating some backbends. Each round will gradually build up heat - preparing, stretching and opening the body for the final destination: Wild Thing. You'll need a bolster for this practice.
Salute your core
A practice that warms your body and teaches you to move through Sun Salutations using your core. We transition from Downward Dog into Plank and back several times - all the while using the core to create stability and strength. A nice way of practicing Sun Salutations minus Chaturangas. Enjoy!
Getting into the Flow State
Riding on the wave of the breath, invite yourself into the Flow State. Moving slowly and mindfully through Sun Salutes and standing poses, enjoy the ride! To learn more about this subject, read: The 'flow state' and how to get there'.
Stretch with your chair
Sitting, folding, turning, stretching and breathing. Enjoy doing yoga stretches with your chair.
Balance from your core
Moving from the core, we move in a continuous flow on the wave of the breath, expressing ourselves with a few balancing poses. Some challenges here and there but give yourself the experience and enjoy!
Core, pick me up class
A steady but strong 30 minute class. Starting with core work on the mat and slowly making your way up into standing poses. All the time moving with attention on your core.
Stretching for beginners
This set of poses will help you to develop flexibility - we stay down on the mat the entire time so it's a great practice for when you are new to yoga or low on energy. You'll need a couple of bricks, blocks and a bolster.
Lizard variation with a core workout
Moving from a Lizard pose variation into a simple yet strong core workout. This practice has a set of Vinyasa flow poses, combined with a signature core squat which will strengthen your inner thighs in a powerful way!
Flow in motion
Moving with strength and grace in a circular motion around the mat. Utilising the core to move seamlessly from one pose into the next, with the usual emphasis on long, steady breaths.
Downward Facing Dog transition
A brief explanation of the transition into Downward Facing Dog. Aware and precise transitions are essential in Vinyasa flow practice. Paying attention to them and moving in a specific way will teach you to connect each pose to the next.
A slow flow
A nice slow flow practice. Some strong moments here and there but moving with ease and peace, all on the wave of a steady breath.
A Tai Chi Warrior
Strong, dynamic yet lovely practice with the Tai Chi Warrior building from a Bow and Arrow pose for core connection. Find out how to flow into that pose with steadiness and balance.
Floor flow, Core flow
A floor-based core flow class with a few pleasant challenges. We stay low in this practice as we work with steadiness and strength. After this class you'll feel vibrant and strong!
In this variation of Moon Salutation we move through a series of slow, easy postures and invoke the moon's energy, which is calm and steady. It's a lunar and grounding class which you can do in the morning or evening.
Fierce Flow 2 - flowing with the Tiger
The Fierce Flow series is a continuous and deep flow series in which we introduce a specific core flow signature posture. In this Fierce Flow 2 class, we learn how to flow with the Tiger.
Fierce Flow 1 - introducing Diving Warrior
The Fierce Flow series is a continuous and deep flow series in which we introduce a specific core flow signature posture. In Fierce Flow 1, it's Diving Warrior.
Starting on the ground with some core work, moving up to standing for some core squats and a killer leg strengthener. Short but effective!
Do the Core Walk
In this practice we learn to walk from our core. A short practice with different variations of doing the Core Walk.
Go with the flow as you rise
An easy, continuous flow. As you move lightly and easily you allow yourself to get out of your head and into your body...you will just move, flow and rise. The invitation is to challenge yourself to go with the flow, not knowing, just doing.
Set your Target
We all set targets in life. Join Marlene Henny in this gracious flow which works with bow and arrow pose to help you move closer towards your target.
Walking meditation flow
A soft yoga class in which we move into a walking meditation flow. Moving hands to feet in Down Dog and into Standing Forward Bend and from Standing Forward Bend back to Down Dog, just easy going. Enjoy!
Gentle yoga routine
A gentle floor yoga routine. Make sure you have a chair to practice with. We move from a sitting routine to the chair into a gentle and easy flow.
Practice for fatigue
This is a practice to get rid of fatigue. Working with the wall, some bolsters and a chair, you relax your body and cultivate a relaxed mood.
Energising detox flow
A flow which detoxes using breath, rather than with sweat! A routine to engage the core, work your balance, strengthen the legs and tune into your breath. Feel invigorated and energised and celebrate your practice.
Core flow twists
Moving from lunge twists into other rotated poses in this slow, yet dynamic core practice.
Transform your Chaturanga
In this practice you learn alignment tools for your Chaturanga and working the back muscles and shoulder alignment to cultivate the necessary strength for this pose.
Heart opening flow
A lovely, heart opening flow, enjoying each movement as we move and open.
Basic beginner series 2
In this basic beginner series 2 we practice variations of Sun Salutations with lunges and lunge twists before transitioning into a standing pose flow, connecting each movement to the next. From there we move into seated poses. A great routine where the idea of flow and synchronising movement to breath is introduced.
Basic beginner series
In this basic beginner series we practice blocks of poses. From poses called ‘horse stance’ where we awaken Ujjayi breath we move through a set of Sun Salutations into a standing pose flow and finishing with sitting poses. A great series to get yourself into a clear routine of basic yoga poses.
Let’s start at the beginning in this flow for those new to yoga. Learn some basic foundations in this practice and surrender to just move and flow.
Flow and revolve
In this practice you flow as you revolve so that means we move into twist elements and lots of poses and movements. Learn where to revolve from, surrendering into the flow.
Yes! Hardcore Core. Dive into some plank variations, work the obliques. Endure and know you are doing this for some higher good!
Practice the arc
Find the arc in the spine in this slower-paced backbend routine which includes a nice lunge variation at the wall to prepare.
A slow paced core routine. Challenge yourself with the side plank core variation, and enjoy the rest of the practice with a few softer and sweet exercises still challenging your core.
Supported lunge position
In this tutorial we explore low lunge position with a block, inviting a new experience within the stretch of the pose and learning the difference between hanging out in the pose and really stretching in the pose.
Another lovely Vinyasa flow to stretch and strengthen. Simple but challenging - a nice routine to do to celebrate free time.
Standing pose wave
In this class we take Downward Dog as the ‘base' pose to move from, adding open and closed hip standing poses, plus a balance to complete a nice standing pose wave practice.
Lunge with a variation
Deep flow from lunge with variation, waving into water snake pose, ultimately finding a deep opening for a flowing Camel pose.
Open, get rid of stagnation
In this practice we just stay in some poses to make sure we get rid of any stagnation, stiffness; we just open, stretch and enjoy.
A nice, quick lunch break flow. With variations on Sun Salutations and Trikonasana (Triangle pose), this class will give you the energy and stretch you need to alleviate the effects of sitting or being at your desk. Be ready to straighten and open yourself out!
Use your back heel
In this practice you will learn to use the back heel in transition and and find out how it moves you forward to make your step.