Slow down and find release, restoration and calmness with this 30-minute class. You’ll move through yin poses such as dragon, sphinx and seal, holding each one for a couple of minutes to improve your flexibility and reset the nervous system.
This calming seated routine is perfect if you’ve got any aches, pains or injuries, or you simply want to unwind. You’ll start with some breathing exercises, followed by some gentle stretches and finally a body scan. You can either sit on a mat or on a chair, whichever is more comfortable for you.
Olivia shows how you can avoid common runners’ issues, such as muscle soreness and shin splints, by warming up your muscles before your run and stretching them afterwards. If you have a foam roller, make sure it’s nearby – if not, you can use self-massage instead.
Ideal for beginners, this 45-minute class will take you through the basics at a slower pace. After an intro to the key poses, you’ll perform three sun salutations, as well as standing postures such as triangle and half moon, and seated postures such as pigeon and boat.
A more intense class, aiming to build flexible strength by synchronising movement and breath. Begin with some sun salutation sequences to create some heat in the body, then move on to some powerful standing postures and balances, before finishing with some flexibility boosting floor poses.
This 45-minute class is inspired by Ashtanga, which is a fast-paced form of yoga with a set sequence of poses. You’ll be working on sun salutations, upper body strength, breathwork and you’ll even have a go at some inversions and arm balances.
Release those tight muscles, unwind and de-stress as Sabrina takes you through this relaxing 45-minute class. You'll be focussing on floor poses such as twisted deer, puppy dog and sleeping swan, and holding them for a few minutes each to open up different areas of the body.