Flying Dragon Sequence Yoga

Flying Dragon Sequence Yoga

The Flying Dragon Sequence is a yoga sequence that is designed to open and energize the body. The sequence is a combination of poses that flow together to create a sequence that is both challenging and rewarding. The sequence begins with a Sun Salutation to warm up the body, followed by a series of backbends that open the chest and shoulders. The sequence then moves on to a series of hip openers and forward bends that release tension in the hips and lower back. The sequence finishes with a series of standing poses that energize the body and leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated.

Fun Yoga Sequence

for Flexibility

The following yoga sequence is designed to improve flexibility.

1. Downward-facing dog

Downward-facing dog is a great way to start any yoga sequence, as it warms up the body and prepares it for more challenging poses. To do this pose, start on all fours, then press your hips up into the air and straighten your legs, coming into an inverted V shape. Hold for five breaths, then release.

2. Camel

Camel is a great pose for improving flexibility in the back and shoulders. To do this pose, start in downward-facing dog. Then, step your right foot forward between your hands, and reach your left hand back to grab your right ankle. Gently pull your right ankle towards your butt, and hold for five breaths. Repeat on the other side.

3. Triangle

Triangle is a great pose for improving flexibility in the hips and hamstrings. To do this pose, start in a standing position, with your feet three to four feet apart. Turn your right foot out 90 degrees, and bend your left knee so that your left thigh is parallel to the ground. Reach your left hand towards the ground, and extend your right arm up towards the sky. Hold for five breaths, then switch sides.

4. Half Camel

Half Camel is a great pose for improving flexibility in the back and shoulders. To do this pose, start in downward-facing dog. Then, step your right foot forward between your hands, and reach your left hand back to grab your right ankle. Gently pull your right ankle towards your butt, and hold for five breaths. Repeat on the other side.

5. Bridge

Bridge is a great pose for improving flexibility in the hips and hamstrings. To do this pose, start in a lying position, with your feet flat on the ground and your knees bent. Press your feet and hands into the ground, and lift your torso and hips into the air, coming into a bridge position. Hold for five breaths, then release.

6. Seated Forward Bend

Seated Forward Bend is a great pose for improving flexibility in the hips, hamstrings, and lower back. To do this pose, start in a seated position. Bend your knees, then reach your hands forward to grab your feet or ankles. Hold for five breaths, then release.

7. Child’s Pose

Child’s Pose is a great pose for improving flexibility in the hips, hamstrings, and lower back. To do this pose, start in a kneeling position. Then, fold forward, reaching your hands out in front of you. Stop when your forehead is resting on the ground, and hold for five breaths.

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Beginner Yoga 20 Minute Sequence

Beginner Gentle Yoga Sequence

If you are new to yoga, or have been practicing for awhile but have never done a yoga sequence before, this beginner yoga sequence is for you. This sequence is designed to give you a basic introduction to the poses and to help you get started on your yoga journey.

The first pose in this sequence is Mountain Pose (Tadasana). Mountain Pose is a basic standing pose that helps to strengthen and lengthen the body. To do Mountain Pose, stand with your feet hip-width apart and your toes pointing straight ahead. Engage your thigh muscles and lift your kneecaps so that your thighs are parallel to the floor. Press your shoulders down and away from your ears. Relax your neck and jaw.

The second pose in this sequence is Downward-Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana). Downward-Facing Dog is a basic yoga pose that stretches the body and strengthens the arms and legs. To do Downward-Facing Dog, start in Mountain Pose. Step or jump your feet back to come into a plank position. Spread your fingers wide and press down into your hands. Exhale and lift your hips up and back, coming into Downward-Facing Dog. Keep your head and neck relaxed.

The third pose in this sequence is Child’s Pose (Balasana). Child’s Pose is a resting pose that helps to stretch the hips, thighs, and ankles. To do Child’s Pose, start in Downward-Facing Dog. Exhale and come down to the floor, bringing your knees together and your forehead to the floor. Extend your arms out in front of you.

The fourth pose in this sequence is Cat-Cow Pose (Marjaryasana-Bitilasana). Cat-Cow Pose is a yoga pose that helps to stretch and tone the spine. To do Cat-Cow Pose, start in Child’s Pose. Inhale and come up to Cow Pose, arching your back and looking up at the sky. Exhale and come down to Cat Pose, tucking your chin and rounding your back.

The fifth pose in this sequence is Warrior I (Virabhadrasana I). Warrior I is a yoga pose that strengthens and stretches the legs and chest. To do Warrior I, start in Downward-Facing Dog. Step your right foot forward between your hands, and come up into a standing position. Bend your right knee and press your right thigh out to the side. Reach your arms out to the sides, parallel to the floor.

The sixth pose in this sequence is Warrior II (Virabhadrasana II). Warrior II is a yoga pose that strengthens and stretches the legs, hips, and chest. To do Warrior II, start in Warrior I. Rotate your torso to the right and reach your arms out to the right. Bend your right knee and press your right thigh out to the side.

The seventh pose in this sequence is Triangle Pose (Trikonasana). Triangle Pose is a yoga pose that stretches the hips, thighs, and chest. To do Triangle Pose, start in Warrior II. Extend your left arm out to the side and reach your right arm forward. Bend your left knee and press your left thigh out to the side.

The eighth pose in this sequence is Half Moon Pose (Ardha Chandrasana). Half Moon Pose is a yoga pose that strengthens and stretches the hips, thighs, and chest. To do Half Moon Pose, start in Triangle Pose. Lift your right arm up to the sky and extend your left arm out to the side. Rotate your torso to the right and look up at your right hand.

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The ninth pose in this sequence is Extended Triangle Pose (Utthita Trikonasana). Extended Triangle Pose is a yoga pose that strengthens and stretches the hips, thighs, and chest. To do Extended Triangle Pose, start in Triangle Pose. Extend your right arm and left leg out to the side. Reach your left hand down to the floor.

The tenth pose in this sequence is Downward-Facing Dog. Downward-Facing Dog is a basic yoga pose that stretches the body and strengthens the arms and legs. To do Downward-Facing Dog, start in Mountain Pose. Step or jump your feet back to come into a plank position. Spread your fingers wide and press down into your hands. Exhale and lift your hips up and back, coming into Downward-Facing Dog. Keep your head and neck relaxed.

Hip Opening Yoga Flow Sequence

This hip opening yoga flow sequence is designed to open up your hips and get you feeling more flexible. If you have tight hips, this sequence is for you!

The sequence begins with a few basic poses to warm up the hips, followed by a hip opener sequence. The hip opener sequence consists of three poses that work together to open up the hips.

After the hip opener sequence, we’ll do a few more poses to stretch out the hips. The sequence ends with a few relaxation poses to help you relax and let go of any tension in the hips.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I’m here to help you get the most out of your yoga practice.

20 Minute Hatha Yoga Sequence

This 20 minute hatha yoga sequence is designed to energize and rejuvenate your body and mind. The poses are all basic and easy to follow, and can be done by people of all ages and levels of experience.

The sequence begins with a few gentle warm-up poses to get your body moving and your blood flowing. Next, you will move into a sequence of standing poses, which work to strengthen and energize your entire body. The final portion of the sequence is a series of seated and reclining poses, which help to release tension and relax your mind and body.

So whether you are a beginner or an experienced yogi, this sequence is a great way to start your day or to wind down after a long day. All you need is a yoga mat and about 20 minutes of your time.

So let’s get started!