Baptiste Yoga Sequences

Baptiste Yoga Sequences

Sequences are an important part of Baptiste Yoga. They are designed to help you move through poses with greater ease and to help you experience the full potential of each pose.

There are many sequences to choose from, and you can create your own sequences as well. In this section, you will find a few sequences to get you started.

Letting Go Yoga Sequence

There are many times in our lives when we must let go of something in order to make progress. This yoga sequence is designed to help you let go of what is no longer serving you, so you can move forward with your life.

1. Begin in mountain pose.

2. Inhale and raise your arms overhead.

3. Exhale and fold forward, releasing your hands to the ground.

4. inhale and lift your torso back to standing.

5. Exhale and step or jump back to plank pose.

6. Lower to the ground and release your left hand, then your right.

7. Bring your knees to your chest and rest for a moment.

8. Inhale and press up to Cobra pose.

9. Exhale and release to Downward-Facing Dog.

10. Inhale and step or jump forward to plank pose.

11. Lower to the ground and release your left hand, then your right.

12. Bring your knees to your chest and rest for a moment.

13. Inhale and press up to Cobra pose.

14. Exhale and release to Downward-Facing Dog.

15. Step or jump forward to standing.

16. Arms overhead, inhale and raise your chest to the sky.

17. Exhale and release your arms to your sides.

18. Relax and breathe deeply for a few moments.

When you practice this sequence, remember that it is ok to let go. You are not defined by the things you hold on to, but by the things you let go of. Release what is no longer serving you, and move forward with your life.

Wood Element Yoga Sequence

The wood element is associated with the season of spring, the direction of east, and the liver organ system. The energy of the wood element is expansive, creative, and optimistic. The following yoga sequence is designed to help you connect with the qualities of the wood element and to support the health of the liver organ system.

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Simple Yoga Stretch Sequence

The sequence begins with a few gentle warm-up poses to get the body moving and the blood flowing. Next, we move into a sequence of poses that focus on stretching and strengthening the muscles of the back and spine. These poses are especially beneficial for the wood element, as they open up the chest and encourage the expansion of the breath.

Next, we move into a sequence of poses that focus on balance and flexibility. These poses help to awaken the creative energy of the wood element and to open up the hips and the lower back. The sequence concludes with a few relaxation poses, which allow us to absorb the benefits of the sequence and to connect with the qualities of the wood element.

The following yoga sequence is designed to be practiced every day. However, if you are not able to practice every day, please try to practice at least 3-4 times per week.

Warm-Up Poses

1. Cat-Cow Pose

2. Seated Forward Bend

3. Child’s Pose

4. Downward-Facing Dog

5. Half Camel

Back and Spine Stretch Poses

1. Camel Pose

2. Fish Pose

3. Bow Pose

4. Locust Pose

5. Half Wheel Pose

Balance and Flexibility Poses

1. Tree Pose

2. Half Moon Pose

3. Triangle Pose

4. Warrior III

5. Goddess Pose

6. Couch Potato Pose

7. Child’s Pose

Relaxation Poses

1. Corpse Pose

2. Savasana

3. Legs-Up-the-Wall Pose

4. Happy Baby Pose

Dragon Yoga Sequence

Dragon Yoga is a sequence of yoga poses that are inspired by the dragon. The dragon is a powerful and majestic creature that is known for its strength, power, and agility. This sequence is designed to help you tap in to your own power and strength, and to help you feel more agile and flexible.

The sequence begins with a basic sun salutation to warm up your body. Then, you will move into a series of poses that are inspired by the dragon. These poses include lunges, backbends, and arm balances. Each pose is designed to help you feel more powerful and agile.

The sequence ends with a final relaxation pose to help you wind down and relax. The dragon is a powerful and majestic creature that is known for its strength, power, and agility. This sequence is designed to help you tap in to your own power and strength, and to help you feel more agile and flexible.

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Crab Yoga Pose

The sequence begins with a basic sun salutation to warm up your body. Then, you will move into a series of poses that are inspired by the dragon. These poses include lunges, backbends, and arm balances. Each pose is designed to help you feel more powerful and agile.

The sequence ends with a final relaxation pose to help you wind down and relax.

Dynamic Sequencing Yoga Youtube

Dynamic sequencing yoga is a modern and innovative approach to yoga that sequence poses in a way that is both challenging and safe. This type of yoga is based on the belief that the body is capable of far more than we realize and that by sequencing poses in a specific order, we can safely and effectively challenge our bodies and improve our fitness, strength, and flexibility.

Dynamic sequencing yoga is perfect for anyone who is looking for a more challenging yoga practice. The sequences are designed to be progressive, so they can be adapted to any level of experience. If you are a beginner, you can start with basic poses and work your way up to more challenging sequences. If you are an experienced yogi, you can push yourself to your limits with more advanced sequences.

Dynamic sequencing yoga is a great way to improve your fitness, strength, and flexibility. The sequences are designed to challenge your body and help you to reach your fitness goals. If you are looking for a more challenging yoga practice, dynamic sequencing yoga is the perfect choice for you.