Online Practice Resources

This page will be populated with online practice resources as I develop them - please get in touch if you would like to purchase or if you have any questions. 


NEW VIDEO: Fundamentals of Yoga Handbalancing Workshop

£10 for a Limited Time (usual price £15) - hit the BUY NOW button to drop me an email and I’ll send you the link

Filmed at a recent workshop, in this video I teach the fundamentals for tackling many of the most popular hand balancing poses we commonly encounter in yoga classes.

Key specifics that are covered include:

- Mobilisation of wrists and shoulders

Bakasana

Bakasana

- How to set up the hands to best to support the weight of the body

- How to create strength and stability in the shoulders

- How to create core / bandha engagement

I then break down the techniques, progressions and drills for the below specific poses:

- Plank

- Vasisthasana (and other Side Plank Variations)

- Bakasana (Crow - including one leg variation)

- Lolasana (Tuck Planche)

- Handstand

- Side Crow

- Eka Pada Koundinyasana I

- Eka Pada Koundinyasana II

- Eka Pada Galavasana

- Eka Hasta Bhujasana

- Astavakrasana

The workshop is suitable for all levels of experience - from those newer to yoga hand balancing, to those who wish to refine their technique in these poses in order to progress further.

It is also ideal for newer teachers who are looking for guidance on how to safely introduce these challenging but fun poses into their own classes.

As this is a new video I am offering it for £10 for a limited time - it’s going up to £15 very soon!


FREE Mindful Meditation on the Koshas

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This short mindfulness meditation is based around the pancha koshas - the different layers of the 'body' as outlined in the Taittiriya Upanishad (the physical layer, the energetic layer, the mental layer, the discriminative layer and the 'blissful' layer).

It's particularly suitable for people who are newer to meditation - it's not too long and I provide plenty of guidance to (hopefully) keep the mind focussed.