All types of physical yoga fall under this category. Through the use of basic Hatha yoga postures, you can cultivate gentle strength, open awareness, and embodied presence.Don't be intimidated by the idea of taking up yoga. Yoga for beginners classes are designed specifically to ease you in gradually into a practice. Yoga poses in beginners classes are easy enough not to put off first timers but just hard enough to stretch your muscles and give you a real workout. What's more there is such a range and variety of yoga styles and instructors for beginners to try that you will certainly find the right yoga practice for you. Garland Pose - Foundations of Yoga
1. Garland Pose - Foundations of Yoga
Learn the foundations of Garland yoga pose with Adriene! This pose is a great hip opener! Good for stretching and strengthening the feet, the ankles and the back body. Great for the the belly and increasing full body awareness and good posture. A fantastic pose for pregnant women too!
2. Yoga for Flexibility for Beginners - Stretching Exercises For Flexibility Workout
Yoga for Relaxation, 20 Minute Beginners Home Stretch Routine- Pain Relief Flexibility How to Relax
3. Shoulder Stretching
This is an intense yoga pose shoulder stretch that feels amazing! Watch the video first before giving it a try so you'll know what to expect and how it should look. Always work within a pain-free range.
4. Yoga For Your Butt and Thighs
Try this sequence for lower body strength with a focus on the butt and thighs. This yoga practice aims to to build lean happy muscles with proper action and alignment. This sequence also aims to remind you to have some fun and find what feels good. Synchronize your breath to the movement for maximum benefits and always, listen to your body.
5. Yoga For Stress Relief
Join Adriene on the mat for a Yoga for stress relief sequence! This yoga practice is great for a tired body and a busy mind. Try this sequence to calm the nervous system and do a little energetic hygiene as you relive anxiety and stress from the body. Connect to your breath and take some time for YOU. Let go of that which is no longer serving you! Open your mind, your heart and stretch & soothe your body. Enjoy!
6. Yoga For Hangovers
We've had many requests for this: Yoga for Hangovers! Tend to your throbbing headache, nurture your system and find what feels good with the gentle and rejuvenating practice. You don't have to be hungover or have a headache to enjoy this sequence! Heal your body. Breathe deep. Onward, we move.
7. Yoga for Strength and Focus
Adriene shares an active and aware practice for building strength in the body and connecting to your focus. This sequence wakes up the body and with practice will help build strong muscles in the legs, arms and core. This practice is also intended to assist you in becoming more aware of your thoughts, your words and your ultimately your focus. This can help with concentration on a project or connecting to your bigger purpose. Return to this practice regularly to see how you have grown!
8. Yoga for Weight Loss - Abs & Arms
In this Yoga For Weight Loss sequence we focus on the muscles of ABS and ARMS. Build strength from the inside out as we tone the lower belly and abdominal wall. Find tone and shape in the muscles of the arm as we work on balance and stability! Bring the principles of yoga into the mixture for a strengthening practice that you can manage at home on your own. Meet your edge but remember to listen to your body and have fun! You only live once!
9. Yoga For Digestion Flow
Yoga Flow to make you glow, y'all. This yoga sequence is great for men and women post-holiday! Great for digestion and perfect for when you need a nice yogic kick in the pants. A full body work out for those winter months with encouragement to breathe deep and connect to something bigger. Get back to it with this challenging and swift sequence. Do what you can! Find grace and work towards ease in the twists and turns of this sequence. Rock a quick and focused abdominal workout and trust yourself in a freestyle dance at the end. STEP IT UP. Mindfully. Playfully. And repeat this practice weekly to tone the body, increase energy and become more flexible.
10. 15 minute after work yoga sequence
A 15 minute gentle yoga sequence to release tension after a long day. Always work within a pain-free range.