YOGA POSE VIDEOS

New Pose Video: Featuring Pilates Workouts

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Introducing a new pilates Video from Kula Studio, which offers Yoga and Pilates classes.
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Pilates: Beginner Level 2


Pilates: Beginner Level 1
Kim ramps it up it a bit for this beginner level two class. She keeps to the fundamental pilates principals as she guides you through exercises that are a bit more challenging than level one. Enjoy!
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To learn more about Kim Wilson, go to Kula Studio.

Pilates: Beginner Level 1


Pilates: Beginner Level 1
Kim takes you through a full body pilates workout while teaching you how to apply the five pilates principles that she covered in her first video. You will learn how to strengthen the body safely and effectively, while maintaining proper technique. As she says, “if it’s easy, it likely means you’re not doing it right!”
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Pilates Fundamentals


Pilates Fundamentals: The Five Principles
Kim has a beautiful way of clearly describing the five principles of pilates. In this class she will take you through each one, teaching you how to incorporate each into your life and showing an exercise you can do to practice them and strengthen the key core muscles.

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Yoga Pose Videos

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Revolved Triangle Pose


Parivrtta means revolved; trikona is a triangle. The Revolved Triangle Pose is a counter pose to Utthita Trikonasana and is a fantastic opening for the hips, hamstrings, lower back, spine and shoulders. Parivrtta Trikonasana makes the back stronger and freer and forms a frontal attack on tensions in the hip-joint.
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Past Yoga Pose Videos

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Marichi’s Pose A (Marichyasana A)


*Marichi’s Pose A* is dedicated to the Sage Marichi, son of Brahma, the creator. It is a fantastic stretch for the shoulder, since it creates a traction in the shoulder joint. You can either fold forward or twist back to deepen the shoulder opening. This pose is also known as Marichyasana A in the Ashtanga Vinyasa system.
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Triangle Pose (Utthita Trikonasana)


Trikona means triangle (tri is three; kona is angle). The *Triangle Pose*both stretches and strengthens the legs, while also stretching the torso and shoulders. It is important to keep the back of the front leg active to avoid knee hyperextension. Check out more yoga pose videos at www.doyogawithme.com.

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Cow Face Pose (Gomukhasana)


Go means cow; mukha is face. The *Cow Face pose* is a fairly deep stretch for the hips, legs and shoulders. Move into it slowly and ensure that you are able to breathe deeply in the final pose. It helps to relieve neck strain, backache and tight shoulders. The hands, fingers and wrists are strengthened.
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Bound Half Lord of the Fishes Pose (Baddha Ardha Matsyendrasana)


Baddha means bound; ardha is half, matsya is fish and indra is ruler. This deep twist with a bind is a fantastic stretch for the spine, hips, legs and shoulders. Ensure that your pelvis acts as an anchor so that your spine can lift and lengthen to its fullest capacity. Breathe deeply and avoid stiffening the body.
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Bow Pose (Dhanurasana)


Dhanu means a bow. *Bow pose* is a fantastic stretch for the spine, abdominals, hip flexors, biceps and pecs. It is an all-around, great total body-opening backbend. Be sure to engage your core muscles, encouraging the spine to bend evenly, rather than pivoting in the lower back. Regular practice will relieve lower back pain and release tension.
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Shoulderstand Pose Against the Wall (Sarvangasana)


A great way to try *shoulderstand pose*, if you are new to it, is to use a wall. It is much safer and will allow you to have more confidence when you first support your entire body weight in your hands. This asana is great for the thyroid and parathyroid glands, which are located in your neck.
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Dancer’s Pose (Natarajasana)


Natarajasana – Nata is a dancer; raja is a lord or king. Fiji takes you through a few versions of the *dancer’s pose* that are progressively more difficult, finishing with full Natarajasana. This pose requires a significant amount of flexilbility in the hip flexors and spine, as well as an unwavering sense of balance.
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Shoulderstand Pose (Sarvangasana)


Sarva means all, whole or complete; Anga is the limbs or the body. It translates into a pose that benefits the entire body. *Sarvangasana* has a soothing effect on the nerves and brings back energy and vitality. It is quite obvious that you need to be careful with the neck, and that you require a lot of core strength to feel stable.
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Halfmoon Pose (Ardha Chandrasana)


Ardha means half; Chandra is the moon. The *Half Moon pose* is challenging due to its demand on the strength and flexibility of the legs, as well as on you ability to balance and stay focused. It is a Standing Pose that targets the legs, buttocks, and hips, and improves balance and strength.
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Headstand Pose Against the Wall (Sirsasana)


This video shows how to do *Sirsasana* with the help of a wall. It’s a great way for those who are new to headstand pose to feel safe raising their legs above their head and to test whether they have the strength and flexibility to support a large part of the weight with their arms.
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One-Legged Garland Pose (Eka Pada Malasana)


Eka is one; pada is a foot and mala means a garland. This is a challenging pose that works the abdominal muscles and helps open the shoulders. Fiji begins with Garland Pose, which is in a squatting position. From there she moves into the foot balance, which demands strength, flexibility and an acute mental focus.
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Warrior III Pose (Virabhadrasana III)


*Warrior III Pose* is a great pose to challenge your balance, strength and focus. Try to keep your gaze fixed and your mind quiet, feeling all of the subtle shifts that happen in the body. This is a pose that increases the flexibility of the hamstrings and opens up the hip.
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Headstand Pose


Sirsa means the head. Mastery of the *Headstand Pose* gives one balance and†poise, both physically and mentally, and demands great mental focus, as well†as great strength. To learn more about what is going on in your body while†in Headstand Pose, check out the Headstand videos in the Yoga Anatomy†section of www.doyogawithme.com.
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Firefly Pose (Tittibhasana)


Tittibha is a firefly. The *Firefly Pose* is arm balance that incorporates core strength with flexibility in the legs. Once the lower body is lifted from the mat, the pose further strengthens the wrists and shoulders. In order to stay elevated, the lower body must find balance in distributing weight and energy equally forward and back.
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Warrior I Pose


*Warrior I Pose* is a remarkably challenging pose, particularly if your hip†flexors are tight. It’s a great stretch for the front of the pelvis, as well†as the calf, and strengthens the leg and core muscles. And as with all†Warrior Poses, it gives you strength and confidence!
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About the writer:

David Procyshyn

David has been a health and fitness fanatic for 10 years. He combines his†knowledge of Therapeutic Massage, Yoga, Thai Yoga Massage, Functional†Anatomy and Soft Tissue Release to provide a holistic approach to pain,†injury and their prevention. David also has a degree in Environmental†Biology from McGill University.

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