Vinyasa Yoga

Slow and Detoxifying Yoga Videos

Leslie Perryman • October 24, 2016
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. Yoga can be a great way to cleanse the body as well as the mind. In particular some yoga poses like spinal twists can help to create mobility along the spine and gently massage vital organs to wake up the digestive system and cleanse the body of unwanted toxins. Detoxifying yoga can be coupled with a cleansing diet or juice cleanse to deliver a fast and effective detox for the whole body. Lower Body Release by Celest Pereira
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1. Lower Body Release
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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.
2. Restorative Yin Practice
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Being over stimulated and anxious can cause irritation and imbalance in our body systems. This wonderful yin and restorative yoga class will help nourish your senses and center your energy. Enhance your experience by lighting some candles, rubbing lavender essential oils on your pressure points, and grabbing an eye pillow.
3. Basic Restorative Inversions
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This practice will focus on two basic methods of restorative inversions. Inversions are poses in which your legs are higher than the heart and promote circulation, muscle recovery, and relaxation. Judith will first set you up in Legs up the Wall pose in which you will need two-three blankets, a yoga strap or belt, and eye pillow. The second basic restorative inversion is Legs on Chair in which you will need a chair with no arms and two blankets. Judith will be on hand to guide you through setting these poses up, easing you into the pose, and bringing you out after a period of relaxation.
4. 7 Day Body & Soul Boot Camp: Nourishing Yoga
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In this nourising 30-min yoga practice, you'll move through a gentle yin sequence to deeply release your lower back in order to ease pain and improve alignment. Brett will then guide you through a Yoga Nidra to allow your body to completely relax and rejuvenate. This practice is ideal before bed.
5. 30-minute Restorative Practice
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Welcome to your Sunday morning restorative yoga class, designed to help you unwind from the week both mentally and physically. Starting with a mini meditation, and going on to some wonderful stretches to free up tight and sore muscles, this practice is the perfect end to your week. Join Celest Pereira for your Sunday morning flow from the Morning Yoga Series.
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