Salute To The Moon Yoga Sequence

Salute To The Moon Yoga Sequence

The Salute to the Moon sequence is a wonderful way to open your hips and heart while honoring the divine feminine. This sequence is inspired by the phases of the moon, and is best done during the full moon or new moon.

The sequence begins with a sun salutation to warm up the body. Next, we’ll move into a hip opener sequence. This sequence includes lunges, Warrior III, and a goddess pose. Finally, we’ll end with a heart opener sequence that includes a bridge pose and a wheel pose.

The Salute to the Moon sequence is a wonderful way to open your hips and heart while honoring the divine feminine. This sequence is inspired by the phases of the moon, and is best done during the full moon or new moon.

The sequence begins with a sun salutation to warm up the body. Next, we’ll move into a hip opener sequence. This sequence includes lunges, Warrior III, and a goddess pose. Finally, we’ll end with a heart opener sequence that includes a bridge pose and a wheel pose.

Slow Hip Yoga Sequence

Hip openers are essential for all yoga practitioners. They help to release tension in the hips and improve range of motion. This sequence includes a variety of hip openers that can be done slowly to increase flexibility and deepen the stretch.

1. Pigeon pose: From a kneeling position, bring one leg out in front of you and bend it so that the foot is flat on the ground. Slide your other leg behind you, so that the knee is resting on the floor. Rest your hands on the ground in front of you. Stay in this position for 10-20 breaths, then switch sides.

2. Frog pose: Come down to your hands and knees, then bring your elbows to the ground and widen your knees until they are hip-width apart. Keeping your spine straight, press your hips towards the ground and hold for 10-20 breaths.

3. Camel pose: Start in a kneeling position with your back flat. Place your hands on your lower back with your fingers pointing down. Push your hips forward and arch your back. Hold for 10-20 breaths, then return to starting position.

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4. Half Lord of the Fishes pose: Sit on the ground with your legs bent in front of you. Place your left foot on top of your right thigh and press your left hip towards the ground. Reach your right arm behind you and clasp your left hand. Hold for 10-20 breaths, then switch sides.

5. Bound Angle pose: Sit on the ground with your legs out in front of you. Bend your knees and bring your feet towards your pelvis. Place your hands on the ground on either side of you and press your hips towards the ground. Hold for 10-20 breaths.

Gentle Yoga Warm Up Sequence

After a long day hunched over a desk, or even just a long day of being alive, your body needs some time and space to move and stretch out. This gentle yoga warm up sequence will do just that, and it can be tailored to your own body and needs.

1. Start standing up tall, with your feet hip-width apart and your arms by your sides. Take a deep breath in, and as you exhale, slowly fold forward at the waist, letting your head and arms hang down. Hold for a few breaths, then slowly rise back up to standing.

2. Next, take a wide stance and turn your toes out to the sides. Bend your knees and squat down, keeping your back straight and your head up. Hold for a few breaths, then slowly rise back up to standing.

3. Now, reach your arms out to the sides and slowly lean to the left, keeping your hips facing forward. Hold for a few breaths, then repeat on the other side.

4. Next, reach your arms overhead and interlace your fingers. Take a deep breath in, and as you exhale, lean to the right, keeping your hips facing forward. Hold for a few breaths, then repeat on the other side.

5. Finally, standing with your feet hip-width apart, take a big step forward with your left foot and lower your body down into a lunge. Make sure your front knee is bent at a 90-degree angle and your back knee is off the ground. Hold for a few breaths, then switch legs and repeat.

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This gentle yoga warm up sequence will help loosen up your body, get your blood flowing, and prepare you for your regular yoga practice or any other activity you have planned for the day. If you have any injuries or areas that are particularly tight, focus on those areas specifically and go slowly. And always remember to listen to your body – if something doesn’t feel right, back off and try something else.

Morning Yoga Energizing Sequence Yoga With Adriene

Hello everyone!

Welcome to my morning yoga energizing sequence! This sequence is designed to wake up your body and get your energy flowing. It is perfect for those mornings when you need an extra boost to get your day started.

The sequence begins with some gentle warm-ups to get your body moving. Then we move on to a few energizing poses that will get your blood flowing and your energy up. Finally, we finish with a few relaxation poses to help you calm and center yourself.

I hope you enjoy this sequence!

Heart And Soul Yoga Sequence

This yoga sequence is all about opening your heart and soul. It is a gentle and calming sequence that is perfect for beginners or for those who want to take things a little slower.

This sequence begins with a few simple poses to warm up your body. Then, we will move on to some heart-opening poses. Finally, we will end with a few calming poses to relax your mind and body.

So, let’s get started!