Can’t make it along to Classes this month but still want to do my hamstring challenge? I’ve launched an online course on Udemy which is half price currently.
Booking for January courses are now open with only a few spaces remaining.
Wednesday 5.10-6.10pm – Yin Yoga – Starting 3rd January – 5 classes for £30 – 3 spaces remaining.
Wednesday 6.20-7.20pm – Yin Yoga for Flexibility – Starting 3rd January – 5 classes for £30 – 4 spaces remaining.
Monday 7-8pm – Yin Yoga – Starting 8th January – 4 classes for £24 – 2 spaces remaining.
Yin Yoga is a gentle style of yoga suitable for beginners and those with experience of yoga. Poses are held for 3 to 5 minutes with blocks, bolsters and other props used to support you in poses. Your flexibility will slowly and gently increase with these classes.
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Final week of #pandatoes and we’re being a bit more active this week.
1. Everyday continue with your dangling/standing forward folds.
2. Every second day come into downward dog. Peddle your legs out and bring your heels towards the floor. Take five breaths. Come down into child’s pose and repeat three more times.
A day late and a photo in my pjs on the floor of my hotel, because you can do stretches anywhere.
1. Continue standing forward fold everyday
2. Every second day, put the strap round the ball of your foot, extend you leg straight up and gently pull on the strap. The other leg can either be along the floor or with bent knee. Repeat on each side twice holding for 30 seconds.
Week two of Panda Toes and this week we’re going up the wall.
1. Continue to do 45 seconds (or a kettle boiling) everyday of dangling with mostly straight legs.
2. Three days a week (ideally every second day) find a wall (door or wardrobe) and with your back on the floor put your legs up the wall with feet flexed. Relax here for at least three minutes.
Still space in both Monday and Wednesday’s classes if you want to join us for a wall class.
The first of the start photos for our July challenge Panda Toes are below
For week one I’m asking that
1. Take a start photo or I’ll take one for you in class this week.
2. Every day do 45 seconds (or the length of time it takes for the kettle to boil, whichever takes longer) of dangling with mostly straight legs.
2. Three days a week (ideally every second day) come to a seating position with legs straight and feet flexed, run your hands down your legs as far as you can go without straining your lower back and hold this for 30 seconds. Repeat twice.