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Amy Sanghera

Yoga Educator
 
 
 
 

Self-practice

Why self-practice? 

Self-practice allows you to embrace yoga as an inner experience.  Self-practice allows you to look inwards, focus on the breath and truly connect with your yoga practice

Self-practice does not mean you need to be committing to 60 minutes of practice every day.  Self-practice can be anything from 10, 15, 20, 25mins...every morning, evening or every other day

By keeping it simple and doable means it will work.  Do not put time pressure on how much and how long.  Be spontaneous and you will reap the rewards.  Below I have captured two basic flows for self-practice.  Go with your flow, build on these, mix them up

During self-practice always focus on your breath, remember breath in yoga is King /Queen!   

Simple Flow:

  • Savasana - lie on your back, relax, breath in and out through your nose

  • Sun Salutation A * 5

  • Forward Fold - either hold each elbow or hook on to toes with your peace fingers (hold for 5 breaths)

  • Triangle (left and right) (hold for 5 breaths)

  • Seated breathing – sit in a comfortable position – cross legged

    • Take hands behind back and hold onto elbows and fold forward (5 normal breaths)

    • Take hands behind back and onto the floor and then send your head back (5 normal breaths)

    • Rest the back of your hands on your knees, fingers in mudra (thumb and index finger touching), rest chin on chest (5 normal breaths)

  • Savasana - lie on your back, relax

Slightly Challenging Flow

  • Savasana - lie on your back, relax, breath in and out through your nose

  • Sun Salutation A * 2

  • Forward Fold - either hold each elbow or hook on to toes with your peace fingers (hold for 5 breaths)

  • Sun Salutation A * 2

  • Triangle (left and right) (hold for 5 breaths)

  • Sun Salutation A * 2

  • Forward fold

    • Hands on hips and fold forward (hold for 5 breaths)

    • Forward fold take hands in front below your shoulders (hold for 5 breaths)

  • Seated breathing – sit in a comfortable position – cross legged

    • Take hands behind back and hold onto elbows and fold forward (5 normal breaths)

    • Take hands behind back and onto the floor and then send your head back (5 normal breaths)

    • Rest the back of your hands on your knees, fingers in mudra (thumb and index finger touching), rest chin on chest (5 normal breaths)

  • Savasana - lie on your back, relax

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