Tuning into your chakras takes skill and an experienced teacher. In this series Miriam has put together 7 half hour videos, one on each of the chakras to rebalance and rejuvenate your whole energy body! That's 3.5 hours of yoga practice - amazing!
In each video Miriam shares her knowledge and ancient yogic techniques to allow you to connect to your chakras.
Now we know that yoga encompasses not just asana (posture) practice but also pranayama (breathing) mudra (hand positions) and meditation.
In each video you will learn these techniques and so much more.
I look forward to practicing with you.
Please continue onto the booking page, once you have made your purchase, you will be send an email with a direct link to all 7 videos which will be available at all times.
Vin Yin Yoga, also referred to as Yin Yang Yoga, is a yoga sequence that combines Vinyasa Yoga and Yin Yoga. We start with a Vinyasa flow as the first half of the sequence and Yin Yoga as the second half. Vinyasa warms the body, invigorates and builds strength. After this, your body is ready to relax and lengthen during Yin Yoga to promote flexibility and deepen into stillness of mind. It is a great combination and something I frequently love to practice.
Miriam takes you through a beautifully systematic Yoga Nidra guided meditation, also known as dynamic sleep. Her deeply calming voice penetrates into your very soul, instilling a sense of deep peace and leaving you feeling incredibly relaxed, present and rejuvenated.
Yoga Nidra brings immediate physical benefits, such as reduced stress and better sleep and studies indicate that yoga nidra helps to stabilize blood sugar levels; alleviate PMS symptoms, depression, and anxiety; and combat PTSD.
Anyone can do Yoga Nidra. You lie down on the floor with a blanket underneath you and above you. You may also like to place a pillow under your head, a bolster/pillow under your knees and an eye pillow or scarf. Wear comfortable clothing – pyjamas is fine!
Restorative yoga is a gentle, slow, still style of yoga that involves long, passive holds in a series of 4-6 restful poses, the focus is not on stretching or strengthening but on releasing. We release tension in the muscles and gently stimulate the organs through long-held poses designed to support and comfort. To achieve comfort a variety of props such as blankets, blocks, bolsters, and eye pillows may be used. Restorative yoga is incredibly supportive for our nervous system and overall stress levels, reducing the production of stress hormones (cortisol and adrenaline), improving the function of our immune system, reduce muscle tension, help with insomnia, and so much more.
If for any reason you cannot attend this class don't worry I will send you a link to view the class at your own leisure for a period of 7 days afterwards.
Yin yoga targets your deep connective tissues, like your fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. It’s slower and more meditative, giving you space to turn inward and tune into both your mind and the physical sensations of your body. Because you’re holding poses for a longer period of time, on average 3-6 minutes than you would in other traditional types of yoga, yin yoga helps you stretch and lengthen those rarely-used tissues while also teaching you how to breathe through discomfort and sit with your thoughts.
This type of yoga improves flexibility and mobility, lengthens your connective tissue, boosts circulation, and helps to reduce stress.