Breathwork - Meditation - Movement
Lower Back Release Sequence
This short sequence is dedicated to releasing tension and stiffness through the lower back. Mobility exercises are followed by stretches. The aim is to start with small repetitive movements gradually increasing the range of motion. The intention is always to work within your body's capabilities. DO NOT push into discomfort. If you are unsure with any of the movements contact your medical practitioner before proceeding.
Desk Top Yoga - Neck Stretch Sequence
This is our second edition of Desk Top Yoga. In this 13 minute sequence we explore specific neck stretches, all of which can be done while sitting at your desk. When working with the neck always work within a range that is comfortable, DO NOT push into pain. The stretch wants to bring a sense of relief rather than distress. Maintain a natural rhythm of breath throughout. Avoid chest breathing, and excessively large breaths. Keep the face and jaw relaxed at all times.
This 24 minute Yoga Nidra practice is a dive into deep rest. The intention is for the mind and body to enter into deep rest almost a death like state, while still fully conscious. Choose a time to do this practice when there is little chance of being disturbed. Switch phones off, shut the door and give yourself the time to unwind, heal and rest. The practice should be done lying down. Have a blanket covering you and an eye bag to maximise the relaxation response. Enjoy! If you have any questions about the practice get in contact.
Desk Top Yoga - Neck Mobility Sequence
Desk Top Yoga Sessions have been created to help release tension around the neck and shoulders. All of these practices can be done while sitting at your desk. This session is directed towards neck mobility. The practice focuses on releasing tension around the jaw, hind skull, especially the occipital ridge. An area where we can hold a lot of tension. Always practice with care when moving the neck. Start with small movements and increase only if there is no pain. Please check with your health professional if you are unsure about any of the movements shared. Alternatively get in contact with us.