Please open up the pdf first to help ensure that my assuredly imperfect audio instructions are a little clearer. This is a 38 minute audio practice that can be taken into a longer practice. The first part of the practice may be enough to get you going into your own entirely unique starfish being. Starfish pdf
This practice can be done in sections or as a 67+ minute session. Each section can be done on its own and used as an entry into further self exploration. It was created for women in peri-menopause/menopause and for pre-menses times but is suitable for a wide range of practitioner of any age or gender or in any type of transition, and who needs a little reminder to calm, ground and find their skeleton power!Read More
A grounding asana practice, 40 minutes.Read More
A simple, guided savasana that includes gentle muscle release and breath work. Accompanied by crickets and frogs on a warm Mendocino midsummer evening. Suitable for everyone, could be used after any practice including Freedom and Balance Vinyasa. 18 minutesRead More
Audio yoga practice focussing on the hip joint, 48 minutes. You will need a blanket, mat, and a long strap with buckle/clasp, preferably one of the wider straps.
This is a simple practice focusing on ease in the hip joints in supine, standing and sitting; it is suitable for most students. The sequence works on the premise that there is an intelligence inside the joints that we rarely listen to! You will need familiarity with yoga pose names e.g. Virasana, Supta Padangustasana, Adho Mukha Svanasana, Urdhva Mukha Svanasana, Garudasana, Trikonasana, Ardha Chandrasana, Uttanasana. It can be used as the beginning to a longer practice of inversions and forward bends. The first part of sitting and supine can also be used for a shorter practice to lead into more sitting or restful asana or just because time is limited.
Exploring our intention in tadasana and the “natural” position/s of the spine...some suggestions. No props necessary just a chair, floor and a little time. 25 minutesRead More