Restorative Yoga Sequence With Sandbags

Restorative Yoga Sequence With Sandbags

If you’re looking for a way to add some extra weight to your yoga practice, or you’re just looking for a new way to do Restorative Yoga, try using sandbags!

Sandbags are a great way to add resistance and extra weight to your yoga practice. They can also help you to achieve deeper stretches and can be helpful for those with joint pain or other injuries.

The following sequence is a great way to do Restorative Yoga with sandbags.

1. Start by lying down on your back and placing a sandbag on your abdomen.

2. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

3. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

4. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

5. Place a sandbag on each of your thighs.

6. Bring your legs up to your chest and clasp your hands around your shins.

7. Keep your legs close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

8. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

9. Place a sandbag on each of your calves.

10. Bring your legs up to your chest and clasp your hands around your calves.

11. Keep your legs close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

12. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

13. Place a sandbag on each of your ankles.

14. Bring your legs up to your chest and clasp your hands around your ankles.

15. Keep your legs close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

16. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

17. Place a sandbag on your chest.

18. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

19. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

20. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

21. Place a sandbag on your forehead.

22. Keep your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

23. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

24. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

25. Place a sandbag on your eyes.

26. Keep your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

27. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

28. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

29. Place a sandbag on your temples.

30. Keep your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

31. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

32. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

33. Place a sandbag on your jaw.

34. Keep your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

35. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

36. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

37. Place a sandbag on your navel.

38. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

39. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

40. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

41. Place a sandbag on your sacrum.

42. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

43. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

44. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

45. Place a sandbag on your low back.

46. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

47. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

48. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

49. Place a sandbag on your hips.

50. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

51. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

52. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

53. Place a sandbag on your shoulders.

54. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

55. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

56. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

57. Place a sandbag on your neck.

58. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

59. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

60. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

61. Place a sandbag on your forehead.

62. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

63. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

64. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

65. Place a sandbag on your eyes.

66. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

67. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

68. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

69. Place a sandbag on your temples.

70. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

71. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

72. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

73. Place a sandbag on your jaw.

74. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

75. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

76. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

77. Place a sandbag on your navel.

78. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

79. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

80. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

81. Place a sandbag on your sacrum.

82. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

83. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

84. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

85. Place a sandbag on your low back.

86. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

87. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

88. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

89. Place a sandbag on your hips.

90. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

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91. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

92. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

93. Place a sandbag on your shoulders.

94. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

95. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

96. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

97. Place a sandbag on your neck.

98. Bring your knees up to your chest and hold them there with your hands.

99. Keep your knees close to your chest and slowly lower them to the left side.

100. Hold for a few seconds, then switch sides.

Horse Riding Yoga Sequence

There are many important reasons to include horseback riding in your yoga practice. First and foremost, horseback riding is an incredible workout! It tones your entire body as you ride and it’s also a great way to improve your balance and coordination. Secondly, horseback riding is a wonderful stress reliever. The rhythmic movement of the horse, the fresh air, and the beautiful scenery all work together to help you relax and de-stress. Finally, horseback riding is a great way to connect with nature and connect with your inner self. The horse is a powerful and beautiful animal, and spending time with them can help you learn more about yourself and the world around you.

If you’re looking for a new and exciting way to add some variety to your yoga practice, horseback riding is a great option! The following sequence will help you get the most out of your time on the horse.

1. Start by warming up your body with a few simple poses like Downward Dog, Cat/Cow, and Child’s Pose.

2. Next, practice some basic horseback riding poses. These include:

-The Horse: Start by standing next to your horse, facing the same direction as the horse. Place your left hand on the horse’s neck and your right hand on the horse’s withers (the ridge between the horse’s shoulder blades). Gently press down on the horse’s neck with your left hand and lean into the horse with your right hand. Hold for five breaths.

-The Trot: Start by standing next to your horse, facing the same direction as the horse. Place your left hand on the horse’s neck and your right hand on the horse’s withers. Gently press down on the horse’s neck with your left hand and lean into the horse with your right hand. Next, press down on the horse’s left side with your left foot and lift your right foot off the ground. Hold for five breaths.

-The Canter: Start by standing next to your horse, facing the same direction as the horse. Place your left hand on the horse’s neck and your right hand on the horse’s withers. Gently press down on the horse’s neck with your left hand and lean into the horse with your right hand. Next, press down on the horse’s left side with your left foot and lift your right foot off the ground. Then, press down on the horse’s right side with your right foot and lift your left foot off the ground. Hold for five breaths.

3. Once you’ve practiced the basic horseback riding poses, it’s time to add in some challenging poses. These include:

-The Backward Bend: Start by standing next to your horse, facing the same direction as the horse. Place your left hand on the horse’s neck and your right hand on the horse’s withers. Gently press down on the horse’s neck with your left hand and lean into the horse with your right hand. Next, press down on the horse’s left side with your left foot and lift your right foot off the ground. Then, press down on the horse’s right side with your right foot and lift your left foot off the ground. Finally, bend backwards and reach for your toes. Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Start by standing next to your horse, facing the same direction as the horse. Place your left hand on the horse’s neck and your right hand on the horse’s withers. Gently press down on the horse’s neck with your left hand and lean into the horse with your right hand. Next, press down on the horse’s left side with your left foot and lift your right foot off the ground. Then, press down on the horse’s right side with your right foot and lift your left foot off the ground. Finally, reach your hands up towards the sky. Hold for five breaths.

4. Once you’ve mastered the basic and challenging horseback riding poses, it’s time to put it all together in a sequence. Try the following sequence for a complete horseback riding yoga workout.

-The Horse: Hold for five breaths.

-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Canter: Hold for five breaths.

-The Backward Bend: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

-The Horse: Hold for five breaths.

-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Canter: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

-The Backward Bend: Hold for five breaths.

-The Horse: Hold for five breaths.

-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Canter: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

-The Backward Bend: Hold for five breaths.

-The Horse: Hold for five breaths.

-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Canter: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

-The Backward Bend: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

-The Horse: Hold for five breaths.

-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

-The Backward Bend: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

-The Horse: Hold for five breaths.

-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

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-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

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-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

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-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

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-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

-The Horse: Hold for five breaths.

-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

-The Camel: Hold for five breaths.

-The Horse: Hold for five breaths.

-The Trot: Hold for five breaths.

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Sequence 30 Minute Open House Yoga Lesson

Sequence 30 Minute Open House Yoga Lesson

This sequence is designed to open the hips and heart, while creating a sense of spaciousness in the body and mind. It can be practiced in a 30 minute open house yoga class, or as a stand-alone sequence.

1. Warm up with a few rounds of sun salutations.

2. Moving through the hips, practice Warrior I (Virabhadrasana I), Triangle Pose (Trikonasana), and Extended Triangle Pose (Utthita Trikonasana).

3. In Chair Pose (Utkatasana), bend the knees deeply, and hinge forward from the hips, keeping the back flat and the chest open.

4. Step the feet wide for a low lunge, and sink the hips down toward the mat.

5. From Downward-Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana), step the feet up to the top of the mat, and fold forward into a seated position.

6. Take a few deep breaths in Child’s Pose (Balasana), and then slowly come back up to seated.

7. Finish with a few minutes of seated meditation.

Hip Opening Sequence Yoga Journal

calls hip openers “some of the most beneficial poses for overall health and well-being.” They improve flexibility and range of motion in the hips and can help relieve tension in the lower back and pelvic region. The following sequence targets the hips and groin, and can be done any time you need a little extra space in your lower body. 1. Standing Forward Bend ( Uttanasana) : Stand with your feet hip-width apart, fold your body forward, and allow your head to hang down. Relax your neck and shoulders and let your arms hang loosely by your sides. 2. Triangle Pose ( Trikonasana) : Step your left foot back 3-4 feet and turn your left foot in at a 45-degree angle. Align your left heel with the inside of your right ankle. Reach your arms out to the sides and extend your torso to the left. Keep your head in line with your spine and your chest open. 3. Low Lunge ( Anjaneyasana) : Step your left foot forward between your hands and sink down into a low lunge. Keep your left knee stacked directly over your left ankle and your right knee bent 90 degrees. Reach your arms overhead and press your palms together. 4. Cow Face Pose ( Gomukhasana) : Sit on the floor with your knees bent and your feet together. Cross your left ankle over your right knee and sit up tall. Reach your left arm behind you and clasp your right hand to your left elbow. Repeat on the other side. 5. groin stretch ( Supta Virasana) : Lie on your back and bring your knees in towards your chest. Allow your feet to fall to the sides. Reach your arms out to the sides and hold onto your knees. Gently rock your knees from side to side to deepen the stretch. 6. Butterfly Pose ( Badhakonasana) : Sit with your spine straight and your legs out in front of you. Bring the bottoms of your feet together and allow your knees to fall to the sides. Clasp your hands around your feet and press your knees toward the floor. 7. Seated Forward Bend ( Paschimottanasana) : Sit with your spine straight and your legs out in front of you. Reach your arms out to the sides and fold your body forward. Allow your head to hang down. Relax your neck and shoulders and let your arms hang loosely by your sides.

Kundalini Yoga Sequences

There is no one Kundalini Yoga sequence that is perfect for everyone. A good Kundalini Yoga teacher will know how to adapt the sequence to fit the needs of their students. However, there are some basic Kundalini Yoga sequences that are commonly used.

One Kundalini Yoga sequence that is often used is called the Sat Kriya Sequence. The Sat Kriya Sequence is designed to cleanse and energize the body. It is composed of a series of poses that are done in a specific order. The sequence begins with a simple pose called Child’s Pose. This pose is used to calm and center the mind. It is followed by a series of poses that cleanse and energize the body. The sequence ends with a pose called Corpse Pose, which is used to relax the body and mind.

Another common Kundalini Yoga sequence is called the Kirtan Kriya Sequence. The Kirtan Kriya Sequence is designed to increase mental clarity and focus. It is composed of a series of poses that are done in a specific order. The sequence begins with a pose called Mountain Pose. This pose is used to ground and center the mind. It is followed by a series of poses that increase mental clarity and focus. The sequence ends with a pose called Child’s Pose, which is used to calm and center the mind.