Beginner’s yoga classes
Beginner’s yoga class to open hamstrings, hips and shoulders
A beginner’s yoga practice to open up the body and start to open up the senses. A step into presence whilst cultivating some intuitive movement and finding more freedom in the body. A steady 45 minute practice you can play with a few times a week, getting to grips with breathing and some basic but creative movement. Enjoy lovely ones and comment or post to let me know how you get on. Or if you would like to request anything or have any questions. More classes, recipes, retreats and inspiration on http://www.thematmovement.com x
30 minute gentle yoga class to ground and find stillness
Super gentle, spacious, earthy practice to set you up for the day or bring you back down to the ground. A supportive, curious journey into stillness and restfulness. Lots of breath and some simple, sweet movement with long, surrendered, centering pauses. ***The sound distorts a couple of times and I go full robot but I still wanted to share the practice as it’s real loving treat***. Enjoy lovely ones and for a deep journey into rest, join us on one of our soulful retreats.
40 minute beginners yoga class to tap into your latent power.
Get super clear on alignment in some of the more basic poses while tapping into your hidden potential and power. A generous warm up, a sweet standing sequence and a dreamy cool down. All filmed from the rooftops of Baba Haveli Guesthouse in Jodhpur, India. Props: a blanket for under your knees and a strap/belt/scarf for the cool down. Enjoy lovely yogis and leave any comments or requests for classes. You can up your game a bit with the all level classes, go wild with something more advanced or click through to YouTube to subscribe ❤
Beginner’s yoga class. Learn how to breath
Learn about the importance of breath in your yoga practice and how to activate the yogic Ujiyi breath to keep you calm, present and connected as you move from pose to pose. We spend some time practicing and integrating the breath then do some simple movement with breath so you can feel what it’s like to bring the two together. Super simple, spacious, calming and informative.