14 day yoga plan

by | Jan 12, 2020 | Inspiration and Motivation

Are you interested in starting out your Autumn with 14 days of consistent yoga practice? If so, we are here to help you to fit yoga into your daily life. Listed below are links to videos for each day.

Listed below are links to videos for each day. We intentionally chose videos 30 minutes or less! Maybe 15 minutes is all you have everyday–no worries–just practice one of the shorter videos in place of a longer one. There are more options on our yoga library, please feel free to mix it up! Send us a note and let us know if you are making it happen! You do need to be a member to log on and join the challenge. If you are not currently a subscriber, please go here to join!

-Day 1: Unwinding from your day: Less than 15 minutes to help you unwind and prepare for a great night’s rest. (12 minutes)

-Day 2: Wake-Up Sequence: This shorter sequence is designed to wake up your body and get you ready for the day. It focuses on building heat and deep stretching through the hips. This sequence is also a good mid-day stretch if you sit throughout the day. (19 minutes)

-Day 3:Wake-Up Call: not just for mornings, this sequence is designed to wake up the body in the morning (or any time of day). This sequence offers many standing poses and is good for those with sore knees and hips. (22 minutes)

-Day 4: Grace and Space: When time is limited, this quick sequence is an energizing flow that both strengthens your body and improves your flexibility. (21 minutes)

-Day 5: Standing Tall: This sequence (from our Essential Series) will warm-up your core and then move into some standing and balance poses. This is a lot of fun, so enjoy moving through the sequence. (30 minutes)

-Day 6: Learning to Turn Upside Down: A 30 min. flow dedicated to helping you bravely turn upside down for handstand.
 (30 minutes)

-Day 7: Well-Rounded Flow: This 25-minute flow includes a little bit of everything to create a well-rounded practice even when short on time. (25 minutes)

-Day 8: Unwinding from your day: Less than 15 minutes to help you unwind and prepare for a great night’s rest. (12 minutes)

-Day 9: Wake-Up Sequence: This shorter sequence is designed to wake up your body and get you ready for the day. It focuses on building heat and deep stretching through the hips. This sequence is also a good mid-day stretch if you sit throughout the day. (19 minutes)

-Day 10: Grace and Space: When time is limited, this quick sequence is an energizing flow that both strengthens your body and improves your flexibility. (21 minutes)

-Day 11: Wake-Up Call: not just for mornings, this sequence is designed to wake up the body in the morning (or any time of day). This sequence offers many standing poses and is good for those with sore knees and hips. (22 minutes)

-Day 12: Well-Rounded Flow: This 25-minute flow includes a little bit of everything to create a well-rounded practice even when short on time. (25 minutes)

-Day 13: Learning to Turn Upside Down: A 30 min. flow dedicated to helping you bravely turn upside down for handstand.
 (30 minutes)

-Day 14: Standing Tall: This sequence (from our Essential Series) will warm-up your core and then move into some standing and balance poses. This is a lot of fun, so enjoy moving through the sequence. (30 minutes)

Longer class options:
-No Shortcuts-moving to Handstand: Developing strength as we move toward the goal of handstands (without using a wall) using a Vinyasa Flow. (1 hour)

-Well-Rounded Flow with balance work:60 minutes of Vinyasa Flow with plenty of poses to build strength and confidence for Sirsasana (Headstand Pose). (1 hour)

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