Learn the names of the asanas
To learn yoga it helps if you know the names of the asanas. Download and print out this 'cheat sheet' from the book 'Yoga for Children' by Rajiv and Swati Chanchani. Try studying it and learn the asana names. Get someone to test you. You could even have it beside you during our online classes and have a sneak peak if you are not sure what we are doing. Good luck with it. Well done for making the effort learn!
Home Yoga Practice
Ready to start home practice? Download one of these sequences to get you going.
Beginners Home Practice Sequences
These 5 beginners practice sheets are intended as a general guide for beginners. Each sequence takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes.
10 Home Practice Sequences for General and Experienced Students
Try these 10 home practice sequences suitable for General and Experienced level students
4 Sequences for General Level Students
These four sequences include foundation poses as well as ome inversions such as Salamba Sarvangasana (shoulder stand). Timings are given for some poses; students are encouraged to do others according to their capacity; repetitions are recommended over timings, to avoid strain.
Basic Standing Pose Sequence
This basic standing sequence include the basic standing poses with restorative supine poses towards the end of the practice. Students are encouraged to stay in the pose according to their capacity; repetitions are recommended over timings, to avoid strain.
‘Yoga Fix’ Sequence – 20 Minutes
This 20 min ‘yoga fix’ sequence is ideal if you are short of time. The sequence include 10 asanas only and is designed to energise the body and calm the mind. Students are encouraged to stay in the pose according to their capacity; repetitions are recommended over timings, to avoid strain.
This menstruation sequence includes a combination of restful asanas that ease pain and strain during menstruation. Take your time, use appropriate supports such as bolsters, strap, chair and blocks.