We’ve added a delicious slow flow later class on a Wednesday evening.
7:30 pm, 60 minutes to unkink mid-week.
Tuck the kids in bed, give the dog a blanket, then unwind into a night-time practice.
Float home to a peaceful nights sleep 💤
Classes commence Wednesday 5th June 🙏🏼
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Yoga flow- Yoga poses for back (5/5)
(Setu Bandha Sarvangasana)
Step by step
•Lying on your back, place your feet flat on the floor, a comfortable distance away from the hips
•Place your arms next to the ribcage. You can either bend your elbows 90 degrees so that your fingers are pointing to the ceiling or hold onto the outer edges of your mat
•On an inhalation, press the back of your shoulders and your feet into the floor and lift your hips up
•Press the inner feet down actively and keep the knees from spreading out wide, by engaging the inner thighs
•Lengthen your tailbone, slide your shoulder blades down your back and keep your neck neutral
•You can clasp your hands behind your back
•Stay for 5 to 15 breaths
•To come out of the pose, release the arms and roll your spine down on an out-breath
Contraindications and Cautions
•Neck injury: avoid this pose unless you are practicing under the supervision of an experienced teacher.
•Take your time working on lifting up into Bridge with control. You might like to practise coming in and out of the pose a few times first before holding the pose for a few breaths. •Pay close attention to your knees, don't allow them to fall out wider than your feet as you rise upwards. If you find this happens you can squeeze a yoga block between your thighs as you come up.
•Once the shoulders are rolled under, be sure not to pull them forcefully away from your ears, which tends to overstretch the neck. Lift the tops of the shoulders slightly toward the ears and push the inner shoulder blades away from the spine.
•Stretches the chest, neck, and spine
•Calms the brain and helps alleviate stress and mild depression
•Stimulates abdominal organs, lungs, and thyroid
•Rejuvenates tired legs
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#yogajournal#cobra#pegion#bowpose (3 mins each)
Also known as bow pose it resembles a anchor bow, Stretches the entire front of the body, ankles, thighs and groins, abdomen and chest, and throat, and deep hip flexors (psoas)
Strengthens the back muscles.
Stimulates the organs of the abdomen and neck.