Pose focused yoga is designed to help you improve your form and correctly get into and hold yoga poses. If you are looking to advance in your yoga practice or if there is one particular pose you are keen to master then pose focused yoga tutorials are just the thing for you. The best yoga teachers will offer regressions of harder yoga poses so that beginners have somewhere to start too. Don't rush things and you will be surprised by what you can achieve with a little practice. When you think of yoga, you may imagine people voluntarily twisting themselves into pretzels and doing poses you could never see yourself doing, but yoga is actually incredibly accessible for the complete beginner. Anyone can try their hand at Easy Yoga. Beginner’s Yoga uses gentler flows to slowly get you more comfortable with the foundational exercises that will form the basis of your yoga practice.Chest, Arms & Upper Back Yin Yoga by Kassandra Reinhardt
1. The Beginner's Guide to Yoga - Learn the Basic Poses
In this pose tutorial Michael James Wong will guide you through a number of fundamental yoga postures and demonstrate how to perform the poses properly. You will try out a number of basic postures; Childs Pose, Downward dog, Upward-facing dog, High Plank, and Low Plank and you will learn the proper form and technique for each of the positions. Whether you're an absolute beginner wanting to learn the basics, or have a more advanced practice and are looking for a tune up, this class has something for everyone.
2. The Beginner's Guide to Yoga: Understanding Standing and Balancing
Welcome to this standing and balancing classes that will teach you some of the fundamental poses in yoga. Join Michael in this beginners lesson, and learn the basics of yoga.
3. The Beginner's Guide to Yoga - My First Vinyasa Flow
Welcome to this absolute beginners flow, the perfect place to start your yoga journey. Using the beginners yoga poses learned in Michael's first two classes, you will be taken through a gentle and informative flow to introduce you to the practice of yoga. Grab a mat, some comfortable clothing, and get ready for your First Vinyasa Flow.
4. Chest, Arms & Upper Back Yin Yoga
This yin yoga class is designed to open your chest, arms, and upper back in order to create space and reduce tension. Many of our daily activities such as sitting at a computer or behind the wheel of a car cause us to hunch and round our backs, causing pain. This practice will counteract the effects of these activities and build strength.
5. 14-Day Yoga Challenge: Mastering Wheel Pose
In this Grokker Premium video, Steffy will demonstrate the correct technique to lift into and master wheel pose. Wheel boasts a number of physical and mental benefits, including: increased spine flexibility, strength in your arms, wrists, shoulders and chest, and can energize you both physically and mentally.
6. The Beginner's Guide to Yoga: Learn the Warrior Poses
Welcome to the second part of your beginners introduction to yoga tutorials. In this video Grokker Expert Michael James Wong will show you how to properly perform Mountain Pose, Chair Pose, Warrior 1, Warrior 2, and Reverse Warrior, some of the most fundamental yoga poses . This video is perfect whether you are a brand new yogi looking to start your practice, or if you are a bit more advanced in your practice this class is perfect for a quick tune up!
7. The Beginner's Guide to Yoga: Learn the Basics of Lunges and Twists
Welcome to understanding the basics Twists and Folds, a pose and alignment based class perfect for beginners who are new to yoga. In this class you will learn the correct way to do Crescent lunge, Revolving Crescent lunges, Revolving Chair pose, Side angle, and Side Plank. Whether you are new to the yoga practice and trying to learn the basics, or if you are a more advanced yoga practitioner looking to remind themselves of the basics then this video is for you!
8. Supported Restorative Backbends
This class is all about supported backbends. Bending forward is a large part of our daily routine. We lean forward and sit at the computer facing forward. These restorative poses, guided by Judith Hanson Lasater, will help undo the constant habit of this action to help you relieve tension and reduce pain. Backbends do not need to be strenuous or intense in order to feel the benefits. These poses are more about opening rather than stretching.