A new sequence to start your day. Seen the public (guests of a campsite) I have emphasized stretching with a small yoga influence. Relatively a lot of warm up and only beginnerposes. Around 30 minutes
Fabulous Morning Stretching
Made with Tummee’s Yoga Sequence Builder. Images owned by Tummee, used with permission
Just made a sequence with poses having funny names. Can also be used as base for kids yoga when the intermediate and advanced poses are left out. Continue reading “Funny names sequence”
Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time—for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more (Wikipedia)
With the help of Tummee and the book of Noorloos I have made a reference sheet of the most common yin yoga poses on one A4.
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Today I was in the park and little Nam (7 years) was very interested in all the (acro)yogi’s. When I asked him if he also wanted to do some yoga he shaked his head enthousiastically. Since we both didn’t understand each other, I taught with demonstrating, handsigns and humming. Who needs cues anyway 🙂
It’s a very abbreviated version of my introclass. The concentration span of kids is short, so I did a little number of poses. There are a lot of kid yoga classes with stories etc. but I just kept it simple this time.
Continue reading “Kids’ Yoga for Nam”
I combined sequences I’ve made before with the knowledge I have now to make a new YepYoga introclass for (absolute) beginners. Perfect to use at the camping or popup places.
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This is the class Elene and I designed, prepared and taugth as examen at our yoga teacher trainig. It will take around 90 minutes to teach. As self practice it will takearound 60 minutes. Continue reading “90 minutes class”
Just made this class for my course with tummee.com. It will take around 60 minutes to teach.
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Today I did a private class with a friend of a collegue. We did it in the sun behind the campsite with a beautiful view on Rome and the St Peters basilic. Thanks M. to have the honour to be your teacher for your first real-life yoga session!
Click on the picture to see the sequence as PDF.
Today I was watching the rehearsels of our Fabulous animation team and a lady came to ask where the “Sun Salutations”-workshop was held. The people of the animation were at another place, but I thought that it was cancelled, so I proposed to do a session for her, an offer she couldn’t refuse. She had never done yoga before, so I kept it calm and basic. On the fly I made this sequence. It was not the best place and circumstances but the lady was very happy and content.
Tuesday the 21th of June it will be International yoga day! Everywhere in the world will be held sessions, I will be found in Rome this year in the Auditorium Parco della Musica. (*)
They will all follow the Common Yoga Protocol written on this page, described in detail in this booklet and shown in this video.
In my neverending quest to make information more accessible I made a sheet with the protocol wich can be found here: common yoga protocol 2016. The asana’s only are pictured below.
Happy Yoga Day 🙂