Yoga Vinyasas for Improvers

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Yoga Vinyasas for Improvers is made up of three progressive 26 minute sessions that are suitable for those looking to move on from a beginner level. Each session instructs a series of postures that are linked to the breath, the pace is then increased until the postures are performed in true vinyasa style using one breath per movement.

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Each of the Yoga Vinyasas for Improvers sessions will shape and tone all of the major muscle groups, reduce excess body fat and focus and clear the mind. The first session instructs postures such as Downward Dog with variations, Upward Dog, Plank and Long Lunges. The second session features the eight point salutation and the third session instructs a series of postures based on a Sivananda style sun salutation with some variations. Together the sessions form a progressive series that builds in pace and intensity.

Each session uses clear, easy-to-follow expert instruction combined with a different atmospheric background music track. The sessions are devised and instructed by Sue Fuller and were 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 taught yoga around the world since 1995.

The Yoga Vinyasas for Improvers sessions are accompanied by a free PDF visual reference guide booklet that highlights the instruction and gives a series of photos for each yoga posture featured. View the Yoga Vinyasas for Improvers guide booklet.

We recommend using these sessions in conjunction with the Yoga2hear Improvers Yoga Vol.1, 2 & 3 classes and the Improvers Daily Yoga classes. These classes all use expert tuition to provide exposure to a broad range of progressive yoga techniques essential to those advancing from a beginner level.

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