Yoga Home Practice- Level 1 Sequence 8
We have created audio files for you to use with the practice sheets, with Julie teaching the sequence in real time. You will be able to use these sheets and audio files when and wherever it suits you, repeat them as often as you like, or even download them so you can use them without WiFi.
Make sure, before you start, that you have had a look at the poses so you know what will be coming up - it will make following the teaching easier. It may also be a good idea to have the picture to hand - printed out or on screen.
We're not charging for Julie's teaching in this form - it is free for all who choose to benefit from it. But if you can, and want to, we would gladly receive a donation as a contribution towards the ongoing fixed costs of the Yoga on Tay studio. Just give what this is worth to you, and only if you can. For details of how to do so click here: Donations.
So get on your mat, and have a go!
Click on the image to download a home practice PDF.
Level 1 Sequence 8 (32 minutes)
Before you start this sequence, have a good look at the poses on the sheet and in particular at how props are being used. The audio will not talk you through that in detail, so please make sure you have all necessary props (or substitutes) to hand, and have a good idea of how they are used for a pose.
This is a restful sequence, and you may want to stay in some of the poses longer than the audio suggests! So if you can, it may be worth being able to easily stop the audio every now and again and so stay longer in a pose.
The props you will need for this sequence are a couple of chairs, a table (if there is one handy), a bolster or some firm blankets or thick towels, yoga blocks/ bricks (or big books).
The audiolink opens up a Dropbox File, either directly, or via Dropbox home page. There is no need to get the App or open an account : just click ' Or continue to website' or close the pop-up box that asks you to open an account, and the file will open up: click the 'play' arrow and off you go!
The audio files seem to work best when played on a phone - if using your laptop or computer you may have to plug in a speaker or adjust the volume settings.