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Notes for the practice

Unfortunately, we are not in the same room with you to support you.
Practice self-care by paying attention to the following points:

  1. In yoga, you don’t have to perform. Start with a sequence and repeat it as often as you enjoy doing it.
  2. As a general rule, it’s better to practice 5 minutes a day than a full hour once a week.
  3. Watch your breath – if you notice that you are holding your breath or breathing very heavy and compressed, take a break. Press the pause button on your computer. Sit in a comfortable seat for a moment or longer and focus on your breath, letting it become smooth and regular again before continuing.
  4. Stop the exercise if you experience any pain or insecurity or if it becomes too strenuous for you.
  5. If you have any health problems, check with a doctor beforehand to see if yoga is something you can benefit from.
  6. It is advisable not to eat for two hours before yoga.

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Meditation in the movement

A short yoga sequence to harmonize breath and movement.
Helps with inner restlessness and mobilizes the body and mind.

Relaxed shoulder and neck area

A slightly longer yoga sequence that will help you to relax the shoulders and neck.
Helps with neck and shoulder pain.
Supporting tools: blanket, block or book.

Activate inner power center

This short yoga sequence is about strengthening our inner power center.
Helpful to activate the inner power center.

Strengthen the center

A short yoga sequence to strengthen our center and to activate the abdominal muscles.
Helpful to activate the inner power center.

Confidence and steadfastness

A yoga sequence that helps us stand firm and grounded in life.
Helpful to find grounding and steadfastness.

The upright yoga seat

A guide to sitting stable and grounded.
Helps with back pain and instability.
Supporting tools: block or books.

The breath

A short breathing sequence that helps us to switch off and find peace.
Helps with insomnia and inner restlessness.

Savasana – the final relaxation