Cardio Yoga Vol.2

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Quick Overview

Cardio Yoga Vol.2 is a 70 minute class suitable for those with previous yoga experience. The class provides a progression for those wishing to move on from our Cardio Yoga Vol.1 class. As with the first class Cardio Yoga Vol.2 allows you to enjoy all the benefits of a yoga practice and a cardio workout in one and will strengthen the heart and lungs, tone all the major muscle groups, increase energy levels, relax the body and clear and focus the mind.

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Cardio Yoga Vol.2 begins with a warm up vinyasa to gently prepare body and mind. The class then continues with 3 further vinyasas that build in pace and intensity. The vinyasas contain postures such as Plank with new variations, Triangle, Revolving Triangle, Equestrian Pose and Supported Pigeon. After the final vinyasa the class features a number of strong held postures and a series of deep stretch postures before it ends with a guided relaxation.

The class is devised and instructed by Sue Fuller, and was recorded in a professional sound studio. Sue is the resident yoga expert for Natural Health Magazine and is a leading yoga teacher, writer and training course author who has studied and taught yoga around the world since 1995.

Sue's easy-to-follow expert instruction is complemented by subtle background music and the class is accompanied by a Cardio Yoga Vol.2 PDF guide book that highlights the instruction, provides a series of reference photos for each posture and gives helpful tips on how to get the most from the class. View the Cardio Yoga Vol.2 PDF guide book.

We recommend using this class in conjunction with the Yoga2hear Cardio Yoga Vol.1 class. Using both classes alternately will provide variety, allow exposure to a broader range of postures and techniques and will maximise the many benefits these classes offer your body and mind.

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