|Dandayamana Bipaktapada Janushirasana Increase your flexibility. Inversion. Calming through stretching. Heart rate settling.|
Category Archives: 26-postures
Trikhanasana Opening the joints. Heart and lung posture. Use every muscle.
This is part of the separate leg stretching series.
|Separate leg stretching||Separate leg head to knee|
Standing Separate Leg Stretching
|Dandayamana Bipaktapada Pachimotthanasana Increase your flexibility. Inversion. Calming through stretching. Heart rate settling.|
Tuladanasana Extreme pressure to the cardio-vascular system. Maximum heart rate. High focus. Burst of energy.
This is the end of the Standing Balancing series.
|Standing Bow Pulling||Separate Leg Stretching|
Standing Bow Pulling Pose
Dandayamana Dhanurasana Open the spine, practice focus and balance. Raises the heart rate. Use strength to create flexibility. High endurance posture.
This is part of the Standing Balancing series.
|Standing Head to Knee||Balancing Stick|
Standing Head to Knee
Dandayamana Janushirasana Strength. Focus. Determination. Extreme core. Heart rate starts to rise. Control your breath.
This is start of the Standing Balancing series.
|Eagle||Standing Bow Pulling|
Utkatasana Strengthen the core, preparing for the balancing series.
This is part of the warm-up series.
|Awkward||Standing Head to Knee|
Ardachandrasana to bend the spine in four directions, and begin to heat the core.
This is the beginning of the warm-up series.
Pranayama breathing relaxes the mind to facilitate meditation, while enhancing lung capacity to prepare the body for class.
This is how we begin.