From Rolling Brook Yoga Instructor, Bridget Hackley, this class focuses on releasing tension in the upper back. Some experience with yoga is helpful but not necessary.
A guided savasana for after any practice or as a relaxation practice of its own. No yoga experience is necessary.
This class by Ms. Jasmine was designed for children ages 2 and older.
A pranayama exercise that uses lengthened exhalations to calm anxiety.
40 Minutes of breath and movement.
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This is a 40 minute Yoga for Strength class. Unlike our in-studio classes, I decided to pick up some light weights. Soup cans work too!
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Finish your class with some stretching and a short savasana.
This is a 6 minute breath practice with a brief explanation of how to breathe correctly, or diaphragmatic breathing. Jump to 4 minutes for the practice.
Meditation and nadi shodana (alternate nostril breathing) tutorials followed by short meditation practice. Jump to 4 min. to skip the explanation.
Ocean Yoga with Ms. Jasmine & Ama! This 14 minute practice is an energetic sequence for kids ages 5-10 (though younger yogis can do it, too!).
Camping Yoga with Ms. Jasmine & Ama for ages 5-10 (though younger yogi's can practice, too!). We'll go into the "woods" for a roaring good time with yoga games, songs, and stories.
This is a meditation practice for when you feel overwhelmed.
Mo leads a short gentle yoga sequence followed by a 15 minute quiet meditation and then a 25 minute guided meditation. Enjoy. 60 minutes
Get toned with Vicki B! Don't have weights? No problem. Grab two soup cans and get on your mat!
Just because we're stuck at home doesn't mean you can't stay active! Here's a quick 10 minute workout complete with a 3 minute warm-up. It's a little bit strength and a little bit cardio. You'll want to add a nice yoga class or stretch session as your cool down. No equipment needed! Just clear a space and have a sturdy stationary chair or couch nearby. Let me know how it goes!
Qigong is an ancient, gentle movement practice to balance body and mind. It integrates posture, movement, breath-work self-massage, sound, and focused intent. Practicing Qigong opens the flow of energy and activates acupuncture points, meridians and organ systems, according to Chinese medicine. Physically, slow Qigong movements warm tendons, ligaments, and muscles; tonify vital organs and connective tissue; and promote circulation of body fluids (blood, synovial, lymph). It is accessible to ANY body. Benefits occur with repeated practice. (Practice begins at the 4 min mark)