For some people youtube video are a great way to develop a home practice- there are some great online teachers out there! But for those of us already familiar with the basic asanas, videos can often be distracting.
These audio guides are therefore designed to bridge the gap between practicing with a video and practicing alone. Close your eyes, feel into your body and let me take care of structure and time!
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A practice that gets us moving and energised after a lockdown winter!
An advanced class which encourages us to find a sense of effortlessness.
A slow and cozy practice for days when motivation is low.
A short and silly practice to detox from a day at the computer.
A guided relaxation to practice at the end of a yoga session or as a way to deeply rest.
A playful little practice to get us exploring our bodies in a spirit of light-heartedness.
A complete yoga practice to help us build energy and open up for spring.
A short and very gentle practice-perfect for getting back into yoga after a long break or injury.
A quick and easy meditation practice to help you come down from the busy day.
A short practice to help turn away from the ego towards peace.
A guided visualisation to help turn inwards towards meditation.
A simple but powerful practice in which we allow the breath to guide us deeper into ourselves.
The corona crisis has created many changes, one of the more positive of which is the amount of people now developing a regular yoga practice at home. Having a self-practice is the core of any yoga journey.
However many questions can arise on this journey which are not easy to answer alone. These can range from the technical to the philosophical. You might be unsure how to incorporate meditation into your practice, or you might want tips on how to safely try headstand.
Which is why I am now offering bespoke Self-Practice Guides for those who want to take things deeper.