Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga Videos for Integrated Awareness and Revitalizing

Leslie Perryman • November 1, 2017
Yoga for Back Strength by Julie Montagu
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1. Yoga for Back Strength
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A strong back and upright posture enables us to stand tall and feel more confident and empowered. A strong, well-conditioned back can withstand more stress, and protect the spine better, ensuring that we are less likely to get injured as we move and exercise. In this session, Julie will guide you through a yoga sequence incorporating a series of dynamic poses that stretch and strengthen the back.
2. Move for Stress Relief
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Is stress holding you back from living your best life? It is almost impossible to feel our best when we are experiencing stress. In this Happy Yoga session, Julie will guide you through the ultimate stress-relieving yoga flow, full of postures, poses and sequences that will extract tension from your body and allow you to mentally detach yourself from troubling, stressful thoughts.
3. Daily Gratitude Practice
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Did you know that taking note of what you are grateful for and going out of your way to thank the people in your life can improve your mental and physical health? In this session, Julie will guide you through a few simple steps you can take to be more grateful and optimistic each day.
4. Mindful Walking Exercise
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Mindful walking is an active meditative practice that requires you to be consciously aware of your environment as you walk. The practice of mindful walking brings you closer to nature and to your own body. It also helps to strengthen your concentration and boost your awareness of the world around you. In this session, Julie will discuss the many benefits of mindful walking and her simple tips for getting started.
5. Julie's Simple Happiness Pose
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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.
6. Yin Yoga for the Side Body
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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.
7. Joint Relaxation Vinyasa
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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.
8. Grounding Vinyasa
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Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. In this vinyasa class, you'll experience and experiment with complementary motions like push and pull, expand and contract, and squat and stand, and discover how to move with ease in the process. Get ready to feel light and refreshed as Annie Adamson guides you through this grounding practice.
9. Energizing Vinyasa: Inner Strength
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This vinyasa class will get you in touch with your vulnerability and show you how courage rises up from that point. You'll flow through heart opening sequences that allow energy to free flow through your entire body. At the close of this practice, you'll feel strong, grounded and calm.
10. 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.
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