This 7-day program is designed to systematically open the different areas of your body and bring more mobility into all your muscles and joints. One of the most common objections I hear about practicing yoga is "I'm too tight to do yoga". And that of course is THE reason to get on the mat!
Level 1-2

7 Classes

Classes are 30 min
Level 1-2
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Week 1

Welcome to Day One of your flexibility program! Work from the ground up, creating added ease and length in the muscles and joints in your calves, legs, and low back. Paying close attention to breath and alignment, stretch through a standing series, seated poses and a well deserved savasana. Alternative props found in your home are mentioned throughout this program. Props Needed: Two blocks, a blanket and a strap.
Continue on your mobility journey with a class that focuses on opening your wings, also known as your arms, chest, shoulders and upper back. Gently flow through dynamic and static poses that are designed to create more space. Use a gentle flow to help prepare your body for a juicy backbend series. Conclude your practice with a supine twist and well deserved savasana. Props Needed: Two blocks, a blanket, a strap and wall space.
Warm up your body with dynamic crescent poses and strength building cobras. Use this warmth to access deeper twists and side bends in your torso and throughout the length of your spine. Spent time in standing twists like revolved triangle and reverse warrior before heading to the floor for gate pose and seated twists. Notice how your past two classes in this program assist your body in going deeper in a safe and intelligent way. Props Needed: A block and a blanket.
Using props for support, take a day to rest and restore before finishing out the rest of your mobility week. Beginning in child's pose, move slowly into a supported savasana. Take a few moments to set yourself up for a seated meditation, where you can drop in and tune into your breath and thoughts. Take this sense of ease into the rest of your mobility program. Props Needed: Two blankets or towels.
After a quick full body warm up, the focus of this class will be all about your hips, especially the external rotation of your hip joints. Practice poses like pigeon, baddha konasana and fire log pose to really access this commonly stiff region of your body. Conclude with supine hip openers like happy baby and savasana. Props Needed: Two blocks, a blanket and a strap.
You will also want to make wall space or a back of a door available. Build off of the hip work from last class and go even deeper, working through your hip flexors and quads. Use crescent pose as a foundation for side bends while building heat, head to the floor for frontal hip joint openers and conclude with wall play and a deserving savasana. Props Needed: Two blocks, a blanket and a strap.
You did it, now let's put it all together! Revisit concepts discussed throughout with this full body fluid practice. Start to build heat before melting into stretchy poses like triangle pose. Find balance and strength in tree pose, half moon pose and dolphin. Continue to stretch and lengthen in frog pose before resting for your final savasana of your program. Props Needed: Two blocks, a blanket and a strap.
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