Release stress with Lion’s breath

Lion's breath or Simhasana pranayama is great for releasing tension in the face, jaw and neck. It is best practiced on an empty stomach. This pranayama increases the blood and energy flow into the face which has an energizing and simultaneously softening effect. It is...

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Returning to your Self

Do you want to wind down and release tension you have accumulated during the day or over a longer period of time? Do you want to feel connected with your Self again? If so, this gentle but deep Yin class is for you. The session...

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Balance your energy body

Do you want to balance the Yin and Yang energies within you and relieve a clogged-up nose? Then this Yin class is for you.  Using Nadi Shodhana and acupressure points to balance and clear the Yin and Yang energies of your body, this practice will...

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Happy spine and open heart

Do you have limited breathing capacity? Do you tend to close your chest? Do you work a lot of hours behind the computer? Or do you just want a happy spine and heart? If so, this Yin practice is for you.  Right from the start...

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Baby Yoga Fun

Do you want to do yoga with your baby and release tensions yourself at the same time? Then this 30 minute session is great for your 3 to 6 months old baby and yourself. Your baby will experience massage techniques and different poses in a...

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Enhance your circulation

Do you experience cold hands and feet? Then this sequence - during which you will enhance your blood and chi circulation in your extremities (fingers, wrists, toes and ankles) - is for you. Chi and blood flow easily get stagnated during the day, especially if...

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Pelvic floor – third trimester pregnancy

Are you in your third trimester and looking to release tension in your upper body and work on your pelvic floor? Then this Mixed movement Yin flow is for you. Starting with deep belly breathing to enhance circulation and give your baby the oxygen it needs,...

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Breathe and relax

In this short session you will learn to breathe into the ribcage, enhance your lung capacity and 'clean up' the lungs by practising a specific breathing exercise. This will make you more aware of where you hold tension in your chest and the areas the breath...

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