About this course
You can do yoga. In this companion course for my first book, "Yoga for Everyone," you'll learn how to adapt 50 classic yoga poses to work for your unique body. Then, we'll put them all together to create 10 sequences you can practice at home. In the Yoga for Everyone Course, you get:
I hope you'll join us!
Embody the joy of a baby who recently discovered their feet! In this video, we explore happy baby and learn to...
Easy Pose or Sukhasana is more challenging than it looks! In this video, we identify simple ways to make easy pose comfortable in your body, including how to...
Child’s Pose aka Balasana
If child’s pose isn’t child’s play for you, no problem! In this video, we explore how you can adjust the traditional child’s pose to feel more natural in your body, including ...
Every flow yoga class usually will include plank pose, so it’s good to know how to adapt it for your body.
In this video we explore how....
Low plank pose is a classic posture in a vinyasa yoga class that can be challenging if you’re building strength in the upper body.
In this video, we explore how to:
There’s more than one way to do Hand to Big Toe Pose! This iconic yoga posture has many variations, and one is sure to be right for your body. In this video, we explore how to:
Balance is no longer a factor as our relationship to gravity changes in Reclining Hand to Big Toe Pose. In this video, we explore how to:
Handstand is a pose that comes easy for some and not so easy for others. If you want to add handstand to your practice, this video will show you how to:
Forearm stand provides all the sensations and benefits of going upside down, but without pressure in the wrists and hands, you might experience in Handstand. In this video, we explore:
You can practice yoga whether you can touch your toes or not. Learn to adapt forward fold to meet the needs of your body including
Wide-Angle Seated Forward Fold can be delicious if you know how to adapt the pose to your body. In this video we explore how to:
Head to Knee Forward Fold is an asymmetrical seated forward fold that can seem daunting until you realize you don’t have to put your head on your knee!
Strength-building, twisting and balancing all in one pose. Revolved side angle can be tricky, but with a few adjustments, you can find an expression of the pose that feels right in your body.
Wind releasing pose can be challenging if you have abundance in the middle of your body. In this video, we explore how to:
Yoga Squat, sometimes called garland pose, can be tricky if you have stiff joints or an abundant body. In this video we explore how to:
Fire Log pose got its name from the shape your legs take in the pose—your shins look like stacked logs of firewood! In this video we explore how to:
Dancer Pose stretches the hips and shoulders while challenging your balance. In this video, we explore how to:
Half Moon is a balancing posture that has an expansive feel to it. In this video we explore how to:
Boat pose strengthens the core to power all of the poses in our yoga practice.
In this video, we explore how to:
Use a gazing point to improve balance
Adapt foot position to feel good in your body
Use the wall for stability in the pose
Triangle Pose stretches and strengthens the whole body in one yoga pose. In this video, we explore how to:
Set up and come out of the pose in a way that is supportive of a sensitive back...
Chair pose engages all the muscles of the body and improves balance at the same time.
Mountains aren’t phased by what goes on around them. Cultivate the same feeling of standing in your power in Mountain Pose.
Sometimes called cobbler’s pose or bound angle, Butterfly Pose aka Baddha Konasana is a seated hip opener that is accessible to most people.
Eagle Pose is a challenging balance posture that stretches and strengthens the body at the same time.
People either love or hate Pigeon Pose, but you’ll see it in some form in most yoga classes.
Crow Pose is a challenging arm balance that you’ve probably seen all over social media. If Crow Pose is on your bucket list, watch this video to explore...
Often touted as a favourite pose, Corpse Pose can be relaxing and easeful if you know how to adjust the posture to fit what your body needs in the moment.
Warrior 2 aka Virabhadrasana 2, is an iconic yoga pose that you see everywhere from magazine covers to television commercials.
Warrior 1 engages all the muscles of the body as it strengthens the legs, back and shoulders.
Warrior 3 is a forward-facing balance posture that rounds out our trio of Warrior poses.
Low lunge, or Anjaneyasana, creates a stable foundation for other standing postures like a crescent lunge or high lunge.
Downward Facing Dog pose stretches the back and strengthens the whole body, but can be challenging if you have sensitive wrists, arms, or shoulders.
Cobra Pose is an accessible backbend that opens the front of the body, strengthens the back, and is a great alternative to use in place of Upward Facing Dog
Bow Pose got its name because it looks like an archer’s bow. This intense backbend is a great way to stretch the front of the body but can be challenging
Revolved Lunge strengthens the legs, stretches the back and challenges balance all at the same time.
Cat-Cow is a simple but effective way to increase flexibility and warm up the spine for more demanding postures.
Sage Pose is a seated twist that might be challenging if you have an abundant middle body.
Revolved Hand to Big Toe Pose stretches the muscles of the body from the shoulders to your feet.
Revolved Fire Log pose takes the structure of Fire Log Pose and adds a twist—literally—to increase sensation to this challenging seated posture
A variation of Child's Pose, Thread the Needle offers a gentle stretch for the shoulders, chest, and upper back.
Seated Forward Fold stretches the back of the body and calms the mind.
To strengthen your back muscles and feel like Superman or Superwoman at the same time, try Locust Pose.
Flip your relationship to gravity, experiencing inversion in Shoulder Stand aka Sarvangasana.
Bridge pose stretches the hips while strengthening the glutes and legs.
When people think of yoga, they often immediately think of headstand. This pose can be exhilarating and intimidating to think about doing.
Sphinx Pose opens the chest and lungs while relieving pressure in the lower back.
The ultimate backbend, Wheel Pose opens the front body while strengthening the arms, glutes, hamstrings, and calves.
Relax and reset in this supported and accessible inversion.
Start your day off right with this short, energising “rise-and-shine” practice.
Wrap up a long day with this grounding and calming sequence. Gentle movement and mindful breathing get you ready for a restful night’s sleep.
Sun salutations are a traditional yoga warm-up sequence that energises and stretches the entire body. This practice includes the elements of a classic sun salutation along with a few extra postures to challenge balance and increase strength.
This sequence can offer relief from back pain or help keep a strong back supple.
This sequence is designed to increase your flexibility, range of motion while easing achiness, pain, and stiffness in the muscles.
Yoga is about finding physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual balance. This balancing sequence can help you cultivate a sense of calm and contentment,
This core-strengthening sequence will help everyday power motions, including extending, bending, and twisting.
This strength-building sequence helps increase physical and mental stability that will benefit you both on and off the mat.
Sixteen minutes of breath and movement to help tame the stresses that can negatively impact all facets of our lives.
Play with a whole sequence of poses that can be done at or in conjunction with the wall.
In this workshop style practice, you'll learn how to modify Mountain Pose, Tree Pose, and Standing Pigeon. These are three of the most popular yoga postures that you'll find incorporated into almost every yoga practice. Learn how to make these poses your own with unique modifications using props, alignment tips, self-adjustments, and more.
Tight hamstrings, sore lower backs, and abundant middles can all contribute to challenges in forward folding yoga poses. This lesson focuses on specific modifications and props and that you incorporate in popular forward folding poses. You'll take a closer look at classic standing forward folds, wide legged forward folds, and wall-assisted variations. By the end of this lesson, you'll learn how to gain all the benefits of each pose, without compromising the safety and comfort of your body.
Warrior poses are the ultimate expression of standing in your power! Warrior 1, 2 and 3 give you the opportunity to feel fierce - like the victorious warrior that you are. So, don't miss out the Warrior series - these are poses that you definitely want to make your own. In this practice, you'll learn how to modify each Warrior pose so that it accommodates your hips, thighs, knees, and bellies.
This lesson offers modifications to help you customize Easy Cross Legged Pose, Hero Pose and Seated Forward Fold. For this practice, you’ll want to keep some yoga blocks, blankets, and bolsters or cushions nearby. By the end of this lesson, you’ll know exactly which props work best for you when it comes to seated yoga poses.
Abundant bellies, thighs, low back injuries, sore knees, and tight hips - all make twisting poses challenging. Twists can be uncomfortable - but they don't have to be! In this lesson, you'll learn how to customize kneeling twists, seated twists, and marichyasana pose. The principles you'll gather in this lesson can be applied to almost every single twisting yoga posture, so that you can make twists more accessible in your practice.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to customize your Downward Dog so that it is easier on your body. By the end of this practice, you'll have the confidence to adjust Downward Dog without anyone else’s assistance. Having this knowledge will allow you to practice with freedom at home, and in the studio.
Moving from one pose to the next in a classic Sun Salutation or in an interesting flowing style can feel like dancing. But, it can also be painful, uncomfortable and inaccessible! When transitions are quick in pace, it can be easy to feel left behind. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to customize a standard vinyasa in a way that works for you. For this practice, you’ll want to set up close to a wall. Also, be sure to keep your props nearby for easier access.
Arm balances are a great way to build upper body strength… plus, they look cool! Customizing popular arm balancing poses like Side Plank, Handstand, and Headstand, can help alleviate the fears of going upside.
Almost every single yoga practice ends in Savasana, or Corpse pose. This important posture is designed to allow you to absorb the benefits of your practice. This pose should honour your body and allow to take full and complete rest.
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