Ahh yes, a good stretch always feels nice! If you're a true beginner yoga student, you may not be blessed with great flexibility. In this class, Jenny will show you easy stretches and how to use a yoga strap to make them even more accessible. The stretches provided will help stretch the shoulders, back and hamstrings. Luckily, props can be a good way to practice safely and not force your self into poses. You will need a yoga strap for this class and a block would be helpful. Poses include Virasana (Hero Pose), Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Fold Pose), Savasana (Corpse Pose), Extended Hand To Big Toe, and more! As always practice safely. Enjoy!
There's no doubt that practicing meditation can offer many benefits to both the mind and body. Most of us see yoga as a very active process, meditation can help offer balance and a chance to quiet the mind. Meditation may not be physically challenging but many do find it difficult to clear the mind and find stillness. In this meditation, Jenny will focus on helping you to become centered and finding self. This video meditation doesn't contain music, but feel free to practice with the music of your choice. No props are required. Jenny meditates from the Easy Seat Posture, but you may use Savasana as well. As always practice safely. Enjoy!
Chair yoga classes can be a great way for true beginners or older students to enjoy yoga! These classes take advantage of a chair to make the postures more accessible to students. In this short class, Jenny will introduce you to a few postures using the chair for support. Most of the poses in the class could also be used for quick yoga in the office, although you should make sure you're boss is cool with it! All you will need for the class is a chair and a couple of blocks. Poses include a couple of side and shoulder stretches, and a version of Utkatasana (Chair Pose) using the chair for support. Plus, Savasana Pose! As always practice safely. Enjoy!