Full Moon Yoga Sequence
When the moon is full, it is said to be at its peak. This is a time to let go of what is no longer serving you, and to release what is no longer needed. As the moon grows fuller and brighter in the sky, it provides us with more light and energy. This is the perfect time to bring in more light and energy into your yoga practice.
This sequence is designed to help you release what is no longer serving you, and to bring in more light and energy into your life. The poses are all designed to open up the hips and heart, and to help you feel more connected to your own light and energy.
1. Sun Salutations
Start your sequence with a few rounds of Sun Salutations. This will help to warm up your body and get your energy moving.
2. Crescent Lunge
Next, move into Crescent Lunge. This pose helps to open up the hips and the heart, and to connect you to your own light and energy.
3. Warrior III
Warrior III is a powerful pose that helps to open up the hips and the heart. It also helps to build strength and stability.
4. Half Camel
Half Camel is a great pose to help open up the heart and to connect you to your own energy and light.
Bridge is a great pose to help open up the hips and the heart. It also helps to build strength and stability.
6. Child’s Pose
Finish your sequence with a few rounds of Child’s Pose. This pose is a great way to relax and restore your energy.
Chest Opener Yoga Sequence
The chest opener yoga sequence is a great way to open your chest and improve your posture. The sequence includes poses that stretch and open your chest, shoulders and back.
The first pose in the sequence is the cat-cow pose. Come to all fours with your hands under your shoulders and your knees under your hips. Inhale and arch your back, lifting your head and tailbone up. Exhale and round your back, tucking your chin and tailbone. Repeat several times.
Next, come into the Downward Dog pose. From all fours, tuck your toes and lift your hips up and back, coming into a Downward Dog position. Hold for a few breaths.
Then, come into the Child’s Pose. From Downward Dog, bend your knees and bring your feet together. Sit back on your heels and extend your arms forward. Hold for a few breaths.
Next, come into the Triangle Pose. From the Child’s Pose, extend your left arm straight out to the side and your right arm straight up toward the ceiling. Turn your left foot in slightly and turn your right foot out 90 degrees. Bend your left knee and sink your hips down toward the floor. Hold for a few breaths, then switch sides.
Finally, come into the Seated Forward Bend. Sit on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you. Bend forward from the hips, extending your arms out in front of you. Hold for a few breaths.
The chest opener yoga sequence is a great way to open your chest and improve your posture. The sequence includes poses that stretch and open your chest, shoulders and back. The poses are easy to do and can be done anywhere, so you can improve your posture anytime, anywhere.
Chair Yoga Sequences
are great for beginners. They are a way to ease into yoga and to get a feel for the poses. They are also a great way to add some variety to your practice.
There are many different Chair Yoga Sequences that you can do. In this sequence, we will do a few basic poses and then move on to some more challenging poses.
Start by sitting in a chair with your feet flat on the ground. Sit up tall and lengthen your spine.
Take a deep breath in and as you exhale, fold forward from the hips. Keep your spine lengthened as you fold. Allow your head to hang down.
Stay here for a few breaths and then slowly come back up to seated.
Next, we will do a Warrior III pose. From seated, stand up tall and then step your left foot back. Make sure your left ankle is directly below your left knee.
Bend your right knee and lift your right arm up to the sky. Make sure your hips and shoulders are in line with each other.
Hold for a few breaths and then switch sides.
Finally, we will do a Chair Bridge. Lie down on your back and place your feet flat on the ground, hip-width apart.
Bring your hands to your sides and lift your hips up off the ground. Make sure your spine is in neutral and your shoulders are relaxed.
Hold for a few breaths and then slowly lower your hips back to the ground.
These are just a few of the many Chair Yoga Sequences that you can do. Be sure to experiment and find what works best for you.
11 11 Yoga Sequence
for the Busy Yogi
Finding time for a yoga practice can be a challenge, especially if you’re busy. But don’t let that stop you from getting your yoga on! These 11 yoga poses can be done in as little as 10 minutes, and they’re perfect for the busy yogi.
1. Mountain pose (Tadasana)
Mountain pose is a great way to start your yoga sequence. It’s a simple pose that helps you to connect with your breath and find your grounding.
2. Downward-facing dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)
Downward-facing dog is a great pose for stretching out your hamstrings and calves. It also helps to open up your chest and shoulders.
3. Half Camel pose (Ardha Ustrasana)
Half Camel pose is a great way to stretch your back and open your chest. It’s also a great pose for improving your balance.
4. Warrior I pose (Virabhadrasana I)
Warrior I pose is a great pose for strengthening your legs and improving your balance. It also helps to open up your chest and shoulders.
5. Half Moon pose (Ardha Chandrasana)
Half Moon pose is a great way to improve your balance and flexibility. It also helps to stretch your hamstrings and hips.
6. Tree pose (Vrksasana)
Tree pose is a great pose for improving your balance and concentration. It also helps to stretch your hips and inner thighs.
7. Chair pose (Utkatasana)
Chair pose is a great pose for strengthening your legs and glutes. It also helps to improve your balance.
8. Camel pose (Ustrasana)
Camel pose is a great pose for stretching your back and hips. It also helps to improve your flexibility.
9. Fish pose (Matsyasana)
Fish pose is a great pose for stretching your back and chest. It also helps to improve your flexibility.
10. Bridge pose (Setu Bandhasana)
Bridge pose is a great pose for strengthening your glutes and hamstrings. It also helps to open up your chest and hips.
11. Corpse pose (Savasana)
Corpse pose is a great way to end your yoga sequence. It’s a simple pose that helps you to relax and restore your energy.
De Stress Yoga Sequence
There are many reasons why people might seek to practice yoga. For some, it is a form of exercise that provides a workout for the body and mind. For others, it is a way to relax and de-stress. Whatever the reason, yoga can be a beneficial practice for anyone.
The yoga sequence below is designed to help de-stress and relax the body. It can be done in a studio, or at home. If you are new to yoga, be sure to consult with a yoga instructor before trying this sequence.
1. Begin by standing in Mountain Pose (Tadasana), with your feet together and your arms at your sides.
2. Inhale and raise your arms overhead, keeping your shoulders down and your palms together.
3. Exhale and hinge at the hips to fold forward, keeping your spine straight.
4. Bring your hands to your feet or to your shins, and hold for a few breaths.
5. Inhale and slowly rise back to standing.
6. Exhale and fold forward again, this time lowering your torso to the floor.
7. Bring your forehead to the floor, and hold for a few breaths.
8. Inhale and slowly rise back to standing.
9. Repeat steps 6-8 two more times.
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