Drills & Openers

Backbending Workshop with Heather Elton

backbending with heather elton

This video with Heather Elton is all about backbending. First of all there is a vinyasa sequence that you can follow to gradually work deeper into your backbends. This is followed by some opening work using props to demonstrate techniques for finding more space and comfort for those that find backbending a challenge.

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Activate Your Yoga Feet

Foot Activation Melanie Cooper

Active lively feet will bring benefits to your everyday life and your yoga practice too. Beloved teacher Melanie Cooper demonstrates some simple exercise to get your feet up and running.

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Healthy Wrists

Healthy Wrists Melanie Cooper

Wrist pain can be an issue for a number of yoga students and office workers. Melanie Cooper demonstrates in this video some great exercises for keeping the wrists strong, mobile and hopefully injury free.

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Softening The Low Back

softening the low back with Stu

Low back ache is suffered by so many people and as a yoga student it can often make you feel vulnerable or uncomfortable. Depending on the underlying cause of the discomfort these few postures may help you on your way to finding more space and softness.

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Chest Opening with Yoga Style Exercises

Chest Opening with Stu

It is such a common postural pattern nowadays for people to shorten the front of their body by bringing their shoulders or head forward. This can lead to neck pain, head aches and even back pain as well as reduce the quality of your breathing. Here are some simple exercises with minimal equipment that will help ease your body back to a more neutral state.

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Opening The Shoulders In Flexion

Shoulder Flexion Opener

Many students find their elbow go out when they are in Warrior I, Upward Facing Wheel, Downdog and many more. Here is a shoulder opener that will help you improve this type of shoulder mobility.

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Upper Back And Shoulder Opener for Kapotasana

Upper Back Opener Kapotasana

This is one of my own personal favorites, not easy to get into and out of but you really feel it working to increase the range of motion you have in the upper back (extension) and shoulders (flexion). Great for helping you finding comfort in yoga postures that require those sorts of openings such as Kapotasana, Urdhva Dhanurasana (Upward Facing Wheel) and Pincha Mayurasana (forearm balance).

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