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Our Most Loved Yoga Pose

Our Most Loved Yoga Poses and Why They’re Divine

Like a flavour we also favour our asanas… for most of us its not just a physical relationship. Read on to find our most loved yoga poses.

 

Eliza

I love the splits. I just had an inner giggle to that. Why? Because I cant even do them! My hamstrings say YES but my hips say NO. It is an ongoing practice of patience and commitment which is the very essence of yoga.
split yoga pose

Alice

Presently, Passchimotanasana. A forward fold is surrendering, softening your expectations of your body, the sensations and yourself, just melting into where you are.

 

Shannon

My favourite pose varies with what my body needs. At the moment I am loving creating a relaxed free feeing within my shoulders and arms, this could look as simple as moving through shoulder rotations whilst in a high lunge. The challenge of the balance and strength in the leg position, then finding the softness within that strength in the arms. Moving from your core and gathering graceful movements all the way from your toes to your fingertips.

 

Sophie

Plough Pose – (Halasana)– This pose helps me to stretch out my shoulders and my spine and breakdown the barriers and padding I’ve built around my heart. People forget that the back body is also connected to the heart centre. I feel like that it where I hold and harvest a lot of tension. When you can relax into this pose there is a great opportunity to find an overwhelming sense of calm, when releasing out of it, you often feel a surge of energy. The posture calms my mind and reduces stress and fatigue at the same time. It’s a cooling and calming posture for me and provides a beautiful transition into Savasana (my second favourite pose)… for obvious reasons.

 

Ingrid

My favourite pose is Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose) this moves energy deep within my hip joints and glute muscles where a lot of tension can build up over a day or week. It allows for instantaneous relief and a sense of freedom from whatever may have been feeling stuck in my body, mind or heart.

man stretching legs and flexing body

Sophie

Plough Pose – (Halasana)– This pose helps me to stretch out my shoulders and my spine and breakdown the barriers and padding I’ve built around my heart. People forget that the back body is also connected to the heart centre. I feel like that it where I hold and harvest a lot of tension. When you can relax into this pose there is a great opportunity to find an overwhelming sense of calm, when releasing out of it, you often feel a surge of energy. The posture calms my mind and reduces stress and fatigue at the same time. It’s a cooling and calming posture for me and provides a beautiful transition into Savasana (my second favourite pose)… for obvious reasons.

 

Ingrid 

My favourite pose is Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose) this moves energy deep within my hip joints and glute muscles where a lot of tension can build up over a day or week. It allows for instantaneous relief and a sense of freedom from whatever may have been feeling stuck in my body, mind or heart.

 

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Eliza
Practice yoga like no one is around, to the most incredible music..... with an attitude to overcome and transform... even if you fall out.... do it again...do you..always and lastly, practice with passion.
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