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. Yoga for a Strong Core
Do this routine to build and maintain a strong core from the inside out.
2. Julie's Simple Happiness Pose
For those times when we are feeling not-so-great, practicing an inversion or ‘legs up the wall” pose can be an effective way to increase our energy levels, lower stress and boost our mood . In this session Julie will guide you through her “happiness pose” that she does each day to feel more energized, focused and present.
3. 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.
4. Yoga For Core Strength
Developing core strength is a wonderful benefit of a regular yoga practice. In this session, Celest will guide you through a series of challenging poses that work to strengthen the abdominal muscles, increase stability and really power up your practice.
5. Yoga for Energy and Inspiration
Feeling a little tired and unmotivated? You are not alone. Everyone has moments when we just don't have the energy or the will to do anything productive. However, the secret is to just get moving! Just 20 minutes of light activity to get your heart pumping and blood flowing will have you feeling instantly more inspired and revitalized. In this session, Julie will guide you through the yoga poses that she has designed specifically for those times when we are in need of a mental re-boot for more energy and inspiration.
6. Daily Dose of Yoga: Strength Flow
Get your muscles working to tone and strengthen the body in this energizing, dynamic yoga class led by Grokker yoga expert, Micheal James Wong. This posture-focused sequence works the entire body and leave you feeling uplifted and revived.
7. Learning to Fly: Arm Balances
This Arm Balance sequence is all about play. The sequence will teach you how to use your back and stomach to lift up away from the ground and keep your weight off your arms. Kathryn Budig has you practice this principle with poses including crow pose, baby crow and side crow. Overall, this practice is a great lesson in how to be okay with falling down and letting your go of your ego.
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. Hangover Recovery
These simple yoga exercises can help detox your body and clear your head.
10. Core Strength for Beginners
Today we're building core strength with some basic moves designed with beginners in mind.