Lie flat on your tummy.
Legs a little apart.
Forehead resting on floor.
Arms down alongside the body.
Bend the knees so that the feet come towards buttocks, but no strain.
Place the chin on floor.
Reach back with hands and catch a
Four Shakti Bandha Movements ~ Energy Unblockers
Shakti Bandha movements concentrate on the hips, lower back and lower abdomen which is where we hold a lot of our muscle tension. bandha means locks and Shakti means energy, so these warm ups aim to k
Come onto all fours, hands directly below the shoulders, knees directly below the hips. Knees and feet are hip distance apart. Spine is flat, and head can hang down gently. Arrange the body so that you feel solid and 'square' like a ta
Lie flat on the ground on your front.
Legs straight. Feet together.
Raise the head, and place the chin into a cup formed by the hands. the elbows are now on the ground. They are close together if you want a bigger stretch and further apar
So Called as it is the best pose for relaxing spine
Lie on the tummy with the legs a bit apart. Turn the toes in towards each other and let heels fall out to sides.
Interlock the fingers at the back of the head, either at the back of neck, or the b
Hare- Forward bend and Cobra all-in-one......
No 1 - Vajrasana.
No 2. Shashankasana.
No 3 - Pranamasana
No 4 Bhujangasana.
This is a fluid, graceful, slow transition from one pose to t
Lie on your front. Feet straight out behind, body in alignment.
Place the hands on the floor beneath the shoulders, slightly to the sides. Palms flat. Fingers face forwards.
SLOWLY Raise head to look forwards and then using the muscle
Meru Dandasana ~ Balance on tail bone.
Sit on floor with tailbone tilted back a little so that you are directly on sitting bones.
Bring footsoles together and take a hold of big toes with fingers. Focus gaze on a point before you.
Again, many variations. I'm going with this one.
Stand as described in Warrior 1, especially re feet and hips.
Join hands in prayer pose in front of chest.
There are lots of different versions of this, and lots of variations of different stages which I will post elsewhere. I'm going with this one.
Stand with feet about 3 foot apart. Hips face forwards.
Turn left foot to 45 degrees in towa
Utthanasana ~ Squat Pose
Stand with the feet a little more than shoulder distance apart, the feet are turned out just a little , so that when you bend knees there is alignment. Arms loose by side of body. Close eyes and settle.
Now imagine there
Hasta Pada Angushthasana ~ Finger to Toe Stretch
Lie down on your right side. Stretch your right arm up under your head, fully outstretched on floor and bring left hand up to join palm of right.
Turn you right foot to point forwards as if you wer