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Yoga@Work #12 – Ujayi Pranayama (Deep Breathing) Two
Ujayi Pranayama (Deep Breathing) Two – This builds our understanding and the capacity of our breath. This has a profound effect upon both our physical and mental health. We will feel better, think more clear, and have much greater energy.
Yoga@Work #11 – Ujayi Pranayama (Deep Breathing) One
Ujayi Pranayama (Deep Breathing) One – In this video we begin to investigate the mechanics of deep breathing. Improved breathing is the single most important consideration in regards to both our physical and mental health
Yoga@Work #6 – Opening the Shoulders
This session looks at opening the shoulders while seated. The two main arm positions are called Garudasana (eagle pose) and Gomakasana (Cow face pose). These are fantastic poses for when you have been at your computer and will help greatly in relieving shoulder and neck stiffness, aiding concentration and preventing tension headaches. No yoga equipment required.
Yoga@Work #4 – Fundamentals of Standing
Standing! We take it for granted but most of us don’t do it very well, particularly if we have been sitting for a long periods or are exhausted. In this session we bring a little more intention and a few simple techniques to improve our standing. This will improve your posture, the functioning of your organs and your energy levels. No Yoga equipment required.
Yoga@Work #3 – Fundamentals of Sitting
We sit a lot but often not very well. This short session looks at how to condition yourself to sit more upright. Simply sitting better will have dramatic effects on your overall health. Muscle/skeletal problems, digestion, respiration, circulation, all improve. So too concentration, energy and mood are all likely to improve. No ‘Yoga’ equipment required.
Therapy Session – Stress Headache snd Eye Strain (at your Desk)
Therapy Session for stress related headache and eyestrain. This practice begins with sitting at your desk or table and finishes with lying on the floor with your legs raised either onto a chair or up a wall if available. A lovely quietening practice that will ease that busy stressed brain and tired eyes. Suitable for beginners. 15-20mins