Gentle Hip Mobility


I’ve been astounded at how people are still finding yoga helpful during the lockdown.

Even though I haven’t taught face-to-face yoga classes for 8 weeks now (yes it has been that long)!!

But people are making time for yoga online because of

1) Reduced anxiety and lowered stress

2) Better sleep after class

3) Building core strength and improving flexibility

4) Doing something positive and learning something now

Plus people are really enjoying doing yoga classes from the comfort of their own space. 

After 10 years of teaching I’m learning something totally new about how to provide yoga in a way that is more accessible.

This week I’m all about getting the word out there and sharing the joy.  We all need a little extra support at these crazy times…

I’d really love to get more subscribers on my Youtube channel, can you help?

Please go to my Youtube channel, click on the red SUBSCRIBE button on the right, then come back to Facebook and leave a comment of “subscribed” on this post.

And here’s one of my YouTube videos for you to try….

Connect to your hips and core through various different movements, getting more mobility for your middle.

The first ten minutes of this sequence are lying on the floor; the there’s six minutes of standing work, then we lie down again for some ‘foot fishing’ and then relaxation.

You will need: your yoga mat, a yoga strap (or long scarf) and a couple of yoga blocks (or cushions).

Listen to your body’s needs: do this practice in a way that feels good to you and give yourself permission to modify anything that’s not appropriate for you. Suitable for beginners. Not suitable for Pregnant people.

With thanks to Forrest Yoga and Poppy Perinatal yoga.

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