Dropping back and standing back up
In this video Kino guides you through dropping back into Upward Bow, or Urdhva Dhanurasana, step by step. Dropping back (and standing back up!) is a challenging part of the astanga practice and Kino’s insightful instructions will definitely help you a little further ahead.
Upward Facing Dog
In this short tutorial Kino guides you to a safe and beautiful Upward Facing Dog, or Urdhva Mukha Svanasana, step by step. You will learn to avoid some very common mistakes and discover what it feels like to get it ‘right’.
A gentle yin class for all levels, moving through spinal twists and hip openers. This class is wonderful for opening, relaxation, and releasing held tension in the body.
Soft & Sweet
A grounding yin practice that will move you through the process of recognising, allowing and letting go. You will be led into the practice of listening to the inner intelligence of the body, leading to greater compassion and connectedness.
Lightening Up - Kapha Dosha
An uplifting class, for all levels, based on Ayurvedic principles. This dynamic practice brings heat into your system and helps to clear the mind. It is suitable for everyone, and is extra beneficial when you have a high kapha dosha and need more energy.
A short tutorial that will help you understand the key alignment points and purpose of triangle pose, or utthita trikonasana.
This short tutorial video will help you with one of the most challenging movements, Jumping Back. Eva will show you how to guide the transitions using your breath. Try to be patient, and don’t forget to bring some humor into the practice.
Grounding Down - Vata Dosha
A grounding class, for all levels, based on Ayurvedic principles. This practice contains slow and intentional movements, bringing internal balance and helping to calm the nervous system. It is suitable for everyone, and is extra beneficial when you have a high vata dosha and need to feel grounded.
OPENING THE HEART
A gentle and relaxing yin practice that specifically targets the energetic channel connected to the heart. You will explore the four boundless qualities of the heart, and be left with a sense of warmth and well-being.
A gentle yin practice focusing on the emotion of fear. Join this practice to reach a healing level of relaxation, as well as a better understanding of yourself and your emotions.
A relaxing, gentle yin practice to balance the emotion of anger, and the many ways it shows up in your mind and life. This practice helps to transform your emotional well-being.
Virabhadrasana A (Warrior 1)
A short tutorial to experience Warrior 1 more fully. This is a foundational standing pose which we will break down step by step.