A 25 minute video – includes exercises to mobilise and strengthen wrists and hands. Also shows how to organise the hands for optimal stability and function, for example, in asana such as Downward Facing Dog and Side Plank. The exercises also aim to be of benefit for RSI, ‘tech wrist’, post-injury and arthritis.
A 45 minute video with a somatic approach to yoga. Find clear pathways of weight – with a focus on the spine – to create a feeling of effortlessness in your yoga practice.
A 45 minute video – somatic approaches to yoga. Find a light spacious quality to your movement in yoga practice and a fluid connection between your head, neck and spine.
A 45 minute video – somatic approaches to yoga. Gain a source of support in yoga posture via a quality of vital energetic presence from within the organs of your body.
A 60 minute video – with a somatic approach to yoga. You’ll learn how to optimise the function of your hands and feet, and apply new found support from hands and feet in asana. You’ll find out what the lumbrical muscles are and how lumbrical movement can support your breath, increase your ability to ground with the earth and be present in the world.
This is what Somatics student – Booey Connolly says about the video, ‘what a delight! And a new word for my vocabulary! Somatic yoga for hands and feet 💓 really enjoyed each section working through them separately and as one video, I felt great afterwards. My feet felt exercised and strengthened. My hands felt massaged!’
A 25 minute video – including a breath awareness inquiry, exercises to gently mobilise and strengthen the body, finishing with relaxation.
Yoga practitioner, Nick McNamara describes the video: ‘A lovely, brief nourishing practice that I now use regularly if I’m feeling a bit tired, or under the weather, or even want to gently warm up for doing a more challenging practice afterwards.’
Amanda has created this 20 minute video to help people with chronic pelvic pain. Watch the video to get an idea of the movements first. Then listen to Amanda’s gentle instruction as you do the movements. If anything feels uncomfortable in any way, please respect the wisdom of your body and omit that exercise for now. It may feel comfortable on another day.
Dr Echenberg of the Institute for Women in Pain, describes the video as ‘valuable for the average person with pelvic pain.’
Please check with your doctor and physiotherapist/physical therapist before practising this video.
Amanda created the Chill Out Yoga series of audio classes as a safe and practical way to develop an ongoing yoga practice. Clearly delivered audio instruction assists focus on the inner experience of practising the poses.
Amanda guides you on a journey towards a profound state of rest. This arises through focusing on the body and breath in a specific, structured way. Although the aim is to remain on the edge of sleep, this audio session can be a very helpful aid towards getting to sleep, or getting back to sleep, especially for those who struggle with insomnia.
A 15 minute class to tone your abdomen for a better looking, stronger body.
A 25 minute introduction to the basics of yoga – including breath awareness and easy to follow poses.
This 30 minute class is a sequel to Chill Out Yoga – Beginners, Vol. 1.
A 35 minute Vinyasa Flow class.
A 55 minute class with Sun Salutations and Warrior Sequences.
A dynamic 45 minute Vinyasa Flow class with backbends.
“Clear and reassuring instruction which has enabled me to develop my practice with confidence. Like going to class but at home!” Jo Kirby
A 55 minute Vinyasa Flow class to challenge and exhilarate.
A 25 minute class to prevent and relieve pain from sitting at the computer.
A 15 minute lying down relaxation class.
A 10 minute sitting meditation class.
Not all exercises are suitable for everyone and this or any other exercise programme may result in injury. Any user of these exercise programmes assumes the risk of injury resulting from performing the exercises. To reduce risk of injury, in your case, consult your doctor before beginning this exercise programme. The instruction and advice presented are in no way intended as a substitute for medical counselling. The creators of these programmes disclaim any liabilities or loss in connection with the exercise and advice herein.