This class is especially nice for when you feel, for whatever reason, fragile and even weak. Maybe you haven’t practiced in a while, been sick or stressed or just lazy; this class approaches strength from a place of calmness and with lots of respect for what you can do today. Core, back, arms, glutes, legs, […]
I have been experimenting with these movements for a while, easy, bouncy material meant to stimulate our fascia and cardiovascular system without complications or strain. They started as 5 but are slowly becoming too many to count, so expect more of those in the future. So curious to know about your experience with them, please […]
This new sequence leaves the spine completely juicy and strong, while also working hips, balance and coordination as always. The sequence is build up in blocks, allowing time and energy to work their way gradually in the body. We start with a few yin poses and use the juiciness of the fascia to carry us […]
Opening the front of the body may be a surprising anti ageing practice, keeping our spines, hearts and energies young and open. In chapasana we hold the ankle while opening the front of the thigh, and we explore many ways to do that. We start and finish with a gentle meditation to guide our efforts.
this is a very mellow restorative yoga class. Different than in yin you don’t want to experience any “stress” in the poses, just relaxation. You’ll need however a couple of props like pillows, blankets a belt and maybe a block or 2. suggestion: wear warm clothes and make it as comfortable for yourself as possible.
Yes, we stay on the floor with this one, but we don’t necessarily rest. We work our hips, abs, back and legs without ever leaving the floor. Really nice for those days when gravity seems stronger than usual but you still want to move some stuff. Also great as a warm-up for other practices. You’ll […]
We start this session with a nice breath-movement sequence that we call 4PTB of Four Part Taoist Breath, designed by my teacher Suzee Grilley. The rest of the class will develop around the pelvis, from the lower spine to the hamstrings, hip flexors/quads, glutes and groins. Overall a very nice and gentle yin yoga class! […]