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. Slow yoga is the most common style of yoga, it involves gentle classes with no flow between postures. Yoga poses are held for a longer period of time helping you to build and strengthen your muscles and increase flexibility. Slow yoga also involves simple breathing exercises to increase the flow of oxygen to your body and allow you to remain calm during your yoga practice. Slow yoga classes are sometimes referred to as Hatha yoga and these yoga flows are great for beginners and more experienced practitioners alike. If you find this style of yoga too slow and meditative for you and are looking for something a little more athletic, you might want to try Vinyasa Flow yoga. Lower Body Release by Celest Pereira
1. Yin Yoga for Neck and Shoulders
This yin yoga class eliminates tension and tightness from your neck, shoulders, and upper body. By holding fewer poses for an extended period of time, you will benefit from increased circulation, improved mobility, and stress and anxiety reduction. Grab your mat and join Kassandra Reinhardt for this relaxing yin practice.
2. Yin Yoga for Fearlessness
In this yin yoga class, our focus is inner strength. We’ll dive deep into the hips and find strength and inspiration in the soft nature of this practice. This softness is the foundation of true fearlessness; a power that is rooted in the heart, not in the ego.
3. Yin Yoga for the Side Body
This yin yoga class is all about twists and opening up your side body. Each of these moves is great for aiding in digestion, maintaining normal spine rotation, and reducing pain in your back.
4. Yin Yoga for Forgiveness
In this yin yoga class you will focus on forgiveness. As you hold supported floor poses we will explore the question, “What in us is asking for forgiveness?” We’ll move through a guided visualization to deeply relax the entire body.
5. 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!
6. Yin Yoga for Hips
This yin yoga class is all about releasing tightness in your hips. Many of us carry tension in this area and Kassandra Reinhardt is here to help you create lasting flexibility and mobility throughout your lower body.
7. Yin Yoga for Wrists & Feet
In this yin yoga class you will focus on stretching your wrists and feet. Give your extremities some much needed love and attention to improve circulation and ease any pain you may be feeling from working at a computer all day. By holding each pose for an extended period of time, you'll feel more lasting relief after class.
8. Lower Body Release
Feeling tight in the hips, legs and lower back? Create space and release tension in lower body with this restorative yoga session that has been designed to stretch and lengthen muscles including the hamstrings, inner thighs and calves. This relaxing class is great for stress relief and calming the mind.
9. Daily Dose of Yoga: Gentle Flow
This restorative yoga class will help you relax the body and calm the mind. Join Grokker yoga expert, Micheal James Wong as he demonstrates a series of postures that will relieve tension in the body, settle the nervous system and leave you feeling stress free and peaceful.
10. 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.