Lockdown Day 5 Supta padangusthasana

This little session focuses on supta-padangustasana 1
It is a great way to start a practice or can be a short session all of it’s own. I really feel this pose is an adaptogen, great when your legs feel like they have not moved enough or when they have been worked hard, bringing relief from which ever way you are approaching it!
You will need a belt and a yoga mat and maybe a blanket if you need extra padding.
I apologise, the sound of the wind is quite loud as it changed direction.
This is a fun learning curve, thank you for watching,
:0) Lucy

Saturday Supta Padangustasana

Saturday supta padangustasana

I’ve never held classes for the National Iyengar yoga day, it was such fun. Myself and fellow teacher Rachel put on free classes all day to suit all, finishing with a very chilled restorative, followed by a pranayama practice. I caught up with practitioners that I have not seen for over a decade and met many newbie yogis too.

The yoga space is a quiet studio located at the top of Penzance in Clarence House therapy centre. Classes run throughout the week with a host of different Iyengar teachers teaching, all with their own unique way of conveying the Iyengar method.

Sukhasana in St Ives

A morning like this makes getting up super easy. We slept out under the stars again last night falling asleep at about 11.30 and wide awake by 5 feeling super refreshed. Then off to Porthmeor beach to host a yoga practice. It’s on the roof of West beach bakery (the opposite side to the island), the view is spectacular without having to cope with the irregularities of sand. The tide was high so perfect for a quick dip after if anyone fancied it.