This yoga conditioning series is designed to strengthen your body and mind. We’ll combine yoga conditioning and mindfulness practices to call on our inner strength and build some heat. These practices center on surrendering the parts of ourselves which don’t serve us so that we can start our year with our best foot forward.
Class Four: R2 opens this yoga conditioning class with a centering practice and gentle warm-up. After that, you’ll move on to sun salutations, total body conditioning training, after that you’ll have nice stretching before we end the session. You’ll then conclude with savasana relaxation.
A sequence to practice before lying down for Yoga Nidra guided meditation. The sequence is created to help release all tight spots and stiffness in the body such that the energy flows freely through the channels through the entire body. With awareness of the breath and the muscles stretched in each posture, you can benefit more when in Yoga Nidra, since the very same muscle that were stretched need to be relaxed, consciously. You will then lie back and be guided through Yoga Nidra. Props suggested: yoga blocks, blanket, cushion
This dynamic flow-focused Yoga Series begins with centering in vajrasana. After that, you’ll warm up with gentle movements before moving into 5 rounds of sunshine flow which have also includes standing poses, core awakening poses, back bend poses, twisting poses, forward bend poses, inverted pose, and restorative poses at the end before concluding in a savasana relaxation.
Welcome to Yogavatar Zen, a yoga practice for relaxing repairing and rejuvenating your body and mind. We have made this “Yogavatar® Zen with Affirmation Series”. It is often said, “Change your thoughts, change your life”. It is possible to fill the mind with positive thoughts by using positive health affirmations.
In this 60minutes yoga practice, we will have some restorative yoga poses, and we will stay at each pose for 3 minutes, it’s enough for you to relax, repair and rejuvenate your body and mind. While holding at the pose, first you let your body settle into a steady and comfortable position, then you let your body relax and do not move anymore. Then you start to focus on the breath, breathe in and out through your nose slowly and deeply, you can either use natural breathing or ujjayi breathing (Ocean Breath). Slow and deep breath will make your body and mind more relax and calm. R2 will mention an affirmation, mentally repeat the affirmation. Repeating these affirmations over and over impresses the subconscious mind to such a degree that it slowly starts transforming the body to align with the positive thoughts. The session will conclude with a nice mantra.
If you’re looking to start or re-boot a home practice or simply looking to brush up on your yoga basics, join us for our “Back to Basic Series” with R2. This four-week challenge is composed of four classes which build progressively on each other. You’ll start small, and gradually make your way to a 75-minute complete daily practice. Not only will this challenge take you deeper into asana, but it will help you to cultivate a lasting home practice habit!