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September 2019: Best Yoga Poses for Beginners—Absolute Beginner Yoga Series with Cyndi Lee, Rhoda Miriam, Doug Keller, and Judith Hanson Lasater and Lizzie Lasater
Bring balance, length, strength, and connection to the earth into your Downward Dog through this tutorial. Downward Dog is not a one-size-fits all pose, and as our bodies change from doing yoga, our Downward Dog pose will shift as well. The guidelines Cyndi provides in this video clarify how to do the pose in a way that is best for your body, wherever you are at.
This gentle but stimulating practice will help wake you up, warm you up, and get you going. Melt away the grogginess and bring the energy of the new day into your body. A good coffee replacement (or add-on), this practice has been designed by Cyndi to perk you up and put you in a good mood.
In this Practice Tutorial, Doug shows how to work with the basic foundational principles of the feet in a series of Standing Poses. We particularly look at the feet in relation to actions in the hip and hamstrings stretches.
A gentle practice designed to help you slow down, pay attention to your breath, and to move mindfully while giving yourself permission to relax. This is a brief introduction to the full class and includes specifics of Table pose alignment and the use of props to support spinal movement, knees and wrists during the full class.
This deeply rejuvenating restorative yoga class focuses on a variation of Savasana that Judith calls “Stone Henge.” This pose can help to create a deeper sense of relaxation throughout the body, deepen the breath, and can help alleviate back pain.