In Vinyasa, we practice breath initiated movement. Class pace is aerobic, fluid, and challenging for beginners. There is a strong emphasis on delicate transitions, with steadiness and ease recognized as elements of graceful movement. Refined movement through powerful postures create integrated strength, flexibility, and a kick butt workout.If you have overindulged yourself and are feeling rather bloated or are simply suffering from an irritable stomach you might be surprised to know that yoga can aide in the digestive process. One Medical notes that by replacing the amount of stress in your day with the calm that can be gleaned from practicing yoga, the sympathetic nervous system will react as well. What's more many of the poses performed in yoga, according to One Medical, are like a gentle massage for our abdomens. So why not beat the bloat and ease stomach pain with yoga sequences specifically designed to help digestion. Yoga for Energy and Inspiration by Julie Montagu
1. Vinyasa Sequence with Focus on Breathing
Here's a beginners Vinyasa routine with demonstration by Tara Stiles on when to breathe, which is a vital part of a complete yoga routine.
2. Move and Breathe
This entire yoga sequence is all about paying attention to your breath as you move. As you take deeper breaths you increase oxygen in you body which brings greater mental clarity. Join Julie for this rejuvenating Happy Yoga session that will allow you to completely unwind and find a sense of inner calm and serenity.
3. Gentle Yoga Flow
This Gentle Yoga Flow practice is accessible to all levels. There is a primary focus on hip opening, gentle lunging and twisting. This sequence is ideal for the beginning yoga student or regular yogi who wants to tone it down for the day. Feel free to use this practice anytime your looking for a little revitalization. For this practice you will need two blocks and your strap.
4. Strength Building Yoga For Beginners
Yoga is a great way to gradually build strength in your body. In this class, you will learn key yoga poses that will work to strengthen your arms, core, and legs. Join Celest for this fun and easy to follow session that will have you feeling confident and powerful in your body. This video is the second of three sessions in the 3 Steps To Yoga series.
5. Morning Yoga for Flexibility
Try this routine when you wake up to release tension in tight areas including hamstrings, chest, back, and your brain.
6. Burn More Fat & Calories
It's a myth that you can't lose weight doing yoga. If you're looking for a real calorie- and fat-torcher, this sequence definitely delivers.
7. Slim My Legs
In week 3 of the Summer Shape Up Challenge, Tara has created which includes these moves downward dog split, standing forward bend, low lunge, low lunge with a twist, forward bend, and a twisted triangle.
8. Yoga for Digestion & Metabolism
Welcome to the lunchtime sequence, in Tammy Jones's Daily Rhythms series. This complete flow is designed for those with time to practice before their lunch or dinner, to give your body a digestive boost for the meal ahead. With a series of twists, core stabilising and strengthening exercises, your metabolism will be stimulated and digestive fires activated. So join Tammy Mittell in this Grokker Premium Video, as she shows you some amazing flows that you can fit with your Daily Rhythm!
9. Vinyasa: Thoracic Spine and Chest
Increase your vibrancy, openness, and energy. This complete flow sequence features Sun Salutations and select Asanas to help open the chest, thoracic spine, neck and shoulders, all aligned with your Heart Chakra. Yoga Expert Tammy Mittell also focuses on improving your posture, increasing energy and blood flow to the circulatory and respiratory systems in this Grokker Premium video.
10. Deep Spinal Twists
This powerful class is centered around increasing mobility throughout the spine and massaging the abdominal cavity. Twisting the spine will put gentle pressure along your vital organs to help detoxify the organs and increase circulation. This Grokker Premium video will keep your internal organs happy and functioning at their best.