Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga Videos for a Calm Mind and Anxiety

Leslie Perryman • August 13, 2015
Life can be overwhelming at times, and yoga is a great way to relieve the anxiety that can come from stressful situations. You’d be amazed to see the effects that controlling your breathing can have on your body and your overall wellbeing. Sometimes just having something else to focus on can be incredibly helpful. Boston University’s School of Medicine has been able to establish a link between yoga and mood improvements, adding to the growing evidence of yoga benefits on state of mind. Hit the mat and discover for yourself how yoga can help you to unwind and remove the clutter from a busy mind. Yoga for Detox by Julie Montagu
1. Fit & Aligned: Strong & Powerful Vinyasa
Strong & Powerful Vinyasa
This vinyasa class is designed to kick your asana into transformation. Wake up the most powerful muscles in your body, ignite your metabolism and learn the functionality of yoga postures on and off your mat. Be prepared to work hard, hold steady and create the power needed to align yourself perfectly into inversions.
2. Stress Busting Yoga Pilates Workout - Relaxing Stretch Workout for Flexibility
Stress Busting Yoga Pilates Workout
This yoga and pilates blend is a great stretching routine for after a tough workout. It's also effective to use before bed to help you relax and fall asleep faster. We hold each of the stretches in this routine for 30 seconds. Some of the exercises you see in this routine are more dynamic, and fluid, but the vast majority are static stretches. It's important to realize that you should not do a routine with static stretches before you do the rest of your workout, particularly any kind of tough HIIT routine or strength training. Holding stretches in a static position before you do your regular workout can put you at risk for injury, so make sure that you save these kinds of flexibility and stretching workouts for after your workout is finished.
3. An Evening Yoga Practice
An Evening Yoga Practice
In this video, Esther shows us a bedtime yoga exercise to unwind and sleep well.
4. Back Pain
Back Pain
Having some pain in your lower back? Try out these yoga poses which can help relieve the tension.
5. Joint Relaxation Vinyasa
Joint Relaxation Vinyasa
Heavy emotions can translate into tense energy that can collect throughout your body. In this vinyasa practice, you'll focus on rotational movement throughout all your major joints to reduce any congestion or stiffness you may feel. It is also great for reducing heart and chest tightness associated with feelings of anxiety and panic attacks.
6. Yoga for Curing Stress
Yoga for Curing Stress
Join Samara Chopra as she demonstrates yoga asanas that acts upon both the physiological and psychological components of stress.
7. Deep Stretching Therapeutics: Upper Body
Deep Stretching: Upper Body
Counteract the damage done by hunching over the computer, preparing dinner, driving, or giving your kids a bath. In this Grokker Premium video you'll learn how to open up your front body to release tension in your shoulders, neck and upper back. Grokker Yoga Therapeutics Expert, Robyn Capobianco, leads you through a deep stretching sequence that will ease pain, and restore the proper alignment of your upper spine. You will need a pair of yoga balls and 2 blocks. All Levels.
8. Restorative Heart-Opening Yoga
Restorative Yoga Bliss
Experience 60 minutes of restorative yoga bliss in this relaxing practice for opening the heart. In this class, you'll be guided through a sequences of poses to open the shoulders and upper back so you can rest more comfortably in supportive, heart opening backbends. Follow Grokker Yoga Expert Talya Lutzker through this deeply relaxing sequence designed to ease stress, quiet restless thoughts, and bring you home to your hearts center.
9. Relieve Tension at Work
Relieve Tension at Work
A simple routine for releasing tension and getting focused anywhere, even at work.
10. Taoflow: 40 min. Basics
Taoflow: 40 min. Basics
This is a forty-minute set of Taoflow basics. Class begins with traditional Shaking to clear the mind, detox the cells and rejuvenate the whole body. Then, the sequence moves through some of the basic Taoflow standing postures and movements, followed by gentle floor work to open the hips, unwind the spine, and chill the mind. Students of all levels are welcome.
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