The foundational pose focuses on alignment, teaching beginners how to stand with proper postures and find balance through the body.
Encouraging balance and focus, Tree Pose is an entry point to more challenging balance poses, allowing beginners to connect with their breath and find stability.
Triangle Pose improves flexibility in the hips and hamstrings, enhancing overall posture and teaching beginners to open up through the sides of the body.
A fundamental pose that stretches the entire body, Downward-Facing Dog builds strength, flexibility and introduce to beginners to an inversion.
Building core strength and teaching beginners proper alignment, Plank Pose is a preparation for more advanced poses and full-body engagement.
This gentle backbend introduces beginners to spinal extension, improving posture and strengthening the back muscles.
Stretching the hamstrings and lower back, this seated pose encourages relaxation and helps beginners release tension in the spine.
Introducing a gentle backbend, Upward Facing Dog helps beginners improve spinal flexibility and strengthens the arms and wrists.
Beginners can engage their core and glutes while opening the chest and shoulders, fostering strength and flexibility in the spine.
Offering relaxation and gentle stretch for the back, Child’s Pose is perfect for beginners to rest and connect with their breath.
A closing relaxation pose, Corpse Pose allows beginners to integrate the benefits of their practice, offering deep relaxation and a connection to their breath.