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In this five minute asana lab, Emily Sullivan leads you into flying pigeon, also known as galavasana.
Suggested props: 2 blocks
Suggested pairing: Flow: Intermediate/Advanced Flow • Emily Sullivan • 40 minutes
Emily Peterson offers a 25 minute yin sequence to drop in, stretch and be present with what is.
Needed: Wall space
Suggested props: bolsters, blocks, pillows, blankets
A 45-minute Ashtanga flow that includes many of the primary series poses. Suggested props: 2 blocks.
Ashtanga teacher Paulina Haduong teaches how to safely get into Urdhva Dhanurasana, also known as upward facing bow or wheel pose. This is an intense backbend, and this practice is recommended after another full practice or warmup.