I have been testing out a few ideas for online classes and because online videos rely on a good internet speed (and at the moment this seems rare….too many homeworkers!) I’ve decided that audio files are the best option for now.
This week we have a short and sweet yoga nidra practice (15 minutes) which you can use as a way to relax and unwind. There is a grounding practice (35 minutes) for these turbulent times: the idea is to imagine you’re standing in mud throughout the practice – as I was doing in the picture below (I’d just dug out some tyre tracks from a tractor so very muddy)
Contributions for classes
Below is an option to make a contribution for the classes but if you have been financially impacted by Covid-19 or are not in a position to make a contribution, please enjoy the classes anyway and let me know what you think.
Audio yoga classes
Yoga nidra & grounding practice
Watch out for more classes coming next week.
Tips for practicing at home with an audio class
- Find a quiet space in your house and grab a mat and any other props you may want (a cushion and/or blanket if you have them
- As it’s audio, you can’t rely on looking what the teacher is doing :-) so if you’re unsure of any instructions come to mountain pose or a comfortable seated position
- Audio classes are a great opportunity to go inwards as there are no visual cues to follow – use them as a tool to listen to your body
- Move away from how a pose looks and get in tune with how it feels.
Please let me know if these work for you and any requests/feedback, drop me a line
firstname.lastname@example.org or 07380 443 535