I’m sharing what I’ve learned about maintaining health of sciatic, femoral, and median nerves. No special props are needed. Blanket and block optional.
Thanks to Brett’s talented sound editing you won’t be bothered by the lawn mower across the street at the end of the session, however you will see me looking back to it, and sitting up to project my voice above it for the folks who were practicing on the lawn with me that day.
You’ll want a block or two if you’ve got them, a strap, and a nearby wall or piece of furniture to put your feet against if you’re feeling inclined towards a down dog on the wall. Enjoy!
Yin Yoga features long held gentle stretches.
Props: – tennis ball or foam roller – bolster or pillow – block if you’ve got one -more pillows just in case Enjoy!
An exploration how internal and external rotation supports us in familiar yoga poses. Props – Bolster, 2 blocks, or pillows
As this thumbnail implies this is a gentle class and we begin on the ground.
– Yoga Blanket or an extra mat if you’ve got one. If not don’t worry I will present a workable alternative.
– 2 blocks or a yoga bolster or a big pillow. A couch cushion will work in a pinch.
Kleenex for Alternate Nostril Breathing
Block or Blanket for Abs
Balance as juxtaposition of forces.
Poses to work towards:
Have you been sitting a lot? Maybe you were lucky enough to take a long bike ride? You’ll love all the lunges in this basics class!
– Block or something to put between your knee in Abs with block
– Blanket for under you knees.
Are you feeling like spending some time upside down, maybe with your feet on a wall? You’re in luck!
A props light, gentle balance sequence. Beginning and more challenging options are given for the poses.
This class reminds me of Friday mornings at Infinity. Love you!
What starts as a subtle exploration of rotation evolves into a close look at Star Pulse Abs, Down Dog, Triangle and Warrior II. Of Cours with all this subtle rotation we have to do some good ol’ twists as well! Fyi, we start out on the ground. No props needed, keep a block near by if you’ve got one.
– Strap (if you want it for Archer)
– Block or something for ABS
– Wall or counter for Dolphin against wall (or counter/table top/ etc.)
In this sequence you’ll get warmed up for Down Dog on the wall. No pressure, but if you’re feeling adventurous, have a wall or a counter nearby to put your feet on.
If you’ve been waiting for a chair yoga class this is it. If you don’t like using a chair, no worries, you don’t have to!
Props needed: block or something to put between legs.
Use Gentle Forward Fold Workshop as a warm up to this sequence.
An in-depth exploration of forward folds. Meant for the inflexible as well as the experience yoga practitioner who wants to learn how to open up their back body and support themselves in forward folds. Works as warm up for Forrest Inspired Forward Folds
* Tennis ball, or something similar to roll out myofacsia
* Block (optional)
* yoga strap, old tie, bathrobe belt, be creative 🙂
An all-levels inversion class.
• block or pillow
• rolled up mat or pillow
A sequence designed to warm you up and make you feel strong. Minimal props used, you could do this almost anywhere.
Be well, I love you.
A great sequence to learn how to take care of your back on and off the mat.
For this class you’ll need a strap and a block. If you don’t have a block just grab a pillow. If you don’t have a yoga strap a tie you no longer use, or a long sock, a bathrobe belt, or any other belt should work. Get creative, you can do this!
This is a great place to start if you’ve never practiced with me.