Beginning Yoga Class Sequence

Beginning Yoga Class Sequence

Hello everyone, and welcome to my yoga class!

First, we will start with a few basic stretches to limber up our bodies. This is important, especially if you are new to yoga, because you don’t want to start out by straining yourself.

Next, we will move on to some basic poses. These are simple poses that are a good introduction to the more challenging poses later in the class.

Finally, we will move on to the more challenging poses. But don’t worry, I’ll give you plenty of time to warm up and prepare yourself before we get to them.

I hope you enjoy today’s class!

Anusara Yoga Sequence

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The Anusara Yoga sequence is designed to open up the hips and pelvis, while also stretching and strengthening the back. The sequence begins with a few simple poses to warm up the body, followed by a more advanced sequence of poses.

The first pose in the sequence is Downward-Facing Dog. From a tabletop position, tuck your toes under and press your palms into the floor, extending your spine and legs straight back. Hold for 5-10 breaths.

Next, come into a Plank Pose. From Downward-Facing Dog, press your palms into the floor and tuck your toes under, coming into a high push-up position. Hold for 5-10 breaths.

Then, lower onto your forearms and come into a low Plank Pose. Hold for 5-10 breaths.

Next, come into a Child’s Pose. From Plank Pose, lower onto your stomach and extend your arms out in front of you. Rest your forehead on the floor and hold for 5-10 breaths.

Then, come into a Cat-Cow Pose. From Child’s Pose, press your palms into the floor and lift your head and torso up, arching your back. Hold for 5-10 breaths.

Next, come into a Downward-Facing Dog. From Cat-Cow Pose, tuck your toes under and press your palms into the floor, extending your spine and legs straight back. Hold for 5-10 breaths.

Then, come into a Chair Pose. From Downward-Facing Dog, lower your hips until they are parallel to the floor and extend your arms straight in front of you. Hold for 5-10 breaths.

Next, come into a Triangle Pose. From Chair Pose, extend your left arm straight out to the side and your right arm straight up towards the ceiling. Rotate your torso towards the left and hold for 5-10 breaths.

Then, come into a Warrior I Pose. From Triangle Pose, step your left foot back and bend your left knee until it is in line with your ankle. Extend your arms out to the sides and hold for 5-10 breaths.

Next, come into a Warrior II Pose. From Warrior I Pose, extend your right arm straight out to the side and your left arm straight up towards the ceiling. Rotate your torso towards the right and hold for 5-10 breaths.

Then, come into a Reverse Warrior Pose. From Warrior II Pose, bend your right knee and step your right foot back, coming into a low lunge position. Extend your left arm straight up towards the ceiling and hold for 5-10 breaths.

Next, come into a Half Camel Pose. From Reverse Warrior Pose, place your hands on your hips and press your hips forward, arching your back. Hold for 5-10 breaths.

Then, come into a Camel Pose. From Half Camel Pose, place your hands on your hips and press your hips forward, arching your back. Hold for 5-10 breaths.

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Next, come into a Fish Pose. From Camel Pose, lower your torso down and rest your forehead on the floor. Extend your arms out in front of you and hold for 5-10 breaths.

Then, come into a Corpse Pose. From Fish Pose, lie flat on your back and extend your arms and legs out. Close your eyes and hold for 5-10 minutes.

Christmas Yoga Flow Sequence

The holiday season is a time for family, friends, and giving. It can also be a time of stress and anxiety. This yoga flow sequence is designed to help you find peace and relaxation during the Christmas season. The sequence includes poses to open the hips and chest, and poses that will help you to relax and restore.

1. Child’s Pose (Balasana)

Child’s pose is a resting pose that helps to open the hips and chest. It is a great pose to do when you are feeling stressed or anxious. To do Child’s pose, start on your hands and knees. Bring your big toes together, and sit back on your heels. Place your forehead on the floor, and relax your arms by your sides. Stay in this pose for up to 5 minutes.

2. Cat-Cow Pose (Majrasana-Bitilasana)

Cat-Cow pose is a yoga pose that helps to open the spine and chest. It is a great pose to do when you are feeling stressed or anxious. To do Cat-Cow pose, start on your hands and knees. Arch your back and look up at the ceiling, then tuck your chin and round your back. Hold this pose for a few seconds, then switch back to the arching position. Repeat this sequence 10 times.

3. Downward-Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)

Downward-Facing Dog is a yoga pose that helps to open the hips, chest, and shoulders. It is a great pose to do when you are feeling stressed or anxious. To do Downward-Facing Dog, start in Tabletop position. Place your hands on the floor, then press your hips up and back. Lift your chest and lengthen your spine. Hold this pose for a few seconds, then switch back to Tabletop position. Repeat this sequence 10 times.

4. Seated Forward Bend (Paschimottanasana)

Seated Forward Bend is a yoga pose that helps to open the hips and chest. It is a great pose to do when you are feeling stressed or anxious. To do Seated Forward Bend, sit on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you. Bend forward from the waist, and reach for your toes. Hold this pose for a few seconds, then switch back to the starting position. Repeat this sequence 10 times.

5. Bridge Pose (Setu Bandha Sarvangasana)

Bridge Pose is a yoga pose that helps to open the chest and hips. It is a great pose to do when you are feeling stressed or anxious. To do Bridge Pose, start in Tabletop position. Place your feet flat on the floor, then press your hips up into the air. Keep your spine straight, and lift your chest. Hold this pose for a few seconds, then switch back to Tabletop position. Repeat this sequence 10 times.

6. Corpse Pose (Savasana)

Corpse Pose is a yoga pose that helps to relax the body and mind. It is a great pose to do when you are feeling stressed or anxious. To do Corpse Pose, lie on your back on the floor. Close your eyes, and relax your body and mind. Stay in this pose for up to 10 minutes.

Spring Equinox Yoga Sequence

The sun is finally starting to show itself more and the days are getting longer! This is the perfect time to do some yoga to celebrate the spring equinox. The spring equinox is the time of year when the day and night are of equal length. It is a time of renewal and new beginnings. This yoga sequence will help you to celebrate the spring equinox and to welcome in the new season.

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The sequence begins with a Sun Salutation. Sun Salutations are a series of poses that are done in a flowing motion. They are a great way to warm up your body and to get your energy moving. They also help to open up your chest and lungs, which is perfect for the spring time when the weather is getting warmer and the air is getting fresher.

The next pose in the sequence is the Cobra Pose. The Cobra Pose is a great pose for the spring time because it helps to open up your chest and lungs. It also helps to stretch your spine and to increase your flexibility.

The next pose is the Warrior II Pose. The Warrior II Pose is a great pose for the spring time because it helps to build strength and stamina. It also helps to increase your flexibility and to open up your hips.

The next pose is the Triangle Pose. The Triangle Pose is a great pose for the spring time because it helps to open up your hips and your chest. It also helps to increase your flexibility and to build strength.

The next pose is the Half Moon Pose. The Half Moon Pose is a great pose for the spring time because it helps to stretch your hips and your hamstrings. It also helps to increase your balance and your flexibility.

The final pose in the sequence is the Corpse Pose. The Corpse Pose is a great pose for the spring time because it helps to relax your body and to calm your mind. It is a great way to end your yoga practice and to celebrate the spring equinox.

Moksha Yoga Sequence

for a Better Day

We all have those days where we feel blah. We wake up on the wrong side of the bed and can’t seem to shake the feeling. Maybe the day is just cloudy and dreary, or maybe we’re just dealing with some tough personal news. But whatever the reason, we just don’t feel like ourselves.

Well, never fear, because we’ve got the perfect yoga sequence to help turn your day around! This sequence is designed to open up your body and mind, and to give you a little boost of energy.

The sequence begins with a few basic poses to get you moving. Then we’ll move on to some more energizing poses, including some balancing poses and a few hip openers. Finally, we’ll finish with a relaxation pose to help you wind down.

So if you’re feeling down and out, give this sequence a try! You may be surprised at how much better you feel after just a few minutes of yoga.