Modified: Seated Chair Yoga

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  • UNRAVELING: Combine it All

    The entire Hibernation capsule in one video! If you want to get a little movement and a little stretching in, hit play and work through your body from head to toe. (12:23)

    Recommended props: wall, chair

    Featured poses:
    Seated Upward Salute (Urdvha Hastasana)
    Seated Mountain Pose (Tadasana)
    Stan...

  • BREAK FROM BINGE WATCHING: Loosen Up

    We interrupt your regularly scheduled viewing marathon to bring you this much-needed stretch! Slide off the couch and to the floor to loosen up your hips. (4:17)

    No props needed.

    Featured pose:
    Bound Angle Pose (Baddha Konasana)

  • STAND TALL: Release

    Give your hips and lower back some relief to stand a little taller! Grab a chair for support and practice One-Legged Pigeon Pose with a twist. (4:17)

    No props needed.

    Featured pose:
    Standing Supported One-Legged Pigeon Pose (Kapotasana)

  • RISE & SHINE: Refresh Your Energy

    Stay comfy, because this can be done from your couch, chair, or even your bed! Squeeze a few moments of movement in while the next episode is loading or in-between meetings. (2:11)

    No props needed

    Featured poses:
    Seated Upward Salute (Urdvha Hastasana)
    Seated Mountain Pose (Tadasana)

  • SEAT OF THE SUN: Seated Sun Salutations

    Settle into your seat and let your body find where it's most comfortable. Get ready to get grounded, take root, and let the light inside you SHINE with a few rounds of seated Sun Salutations. (16:23)

    Upward Salute (Urdvha Hastasana)
    Forward Fold (Uttanasana)
    Half-Lift Forward Fold (Ardha Uttanas...

  • SEATED WAKE UP: After Work Refresh

    Been on your phone all day? Hunched over at your desk all week? Have a seat and tune into your breath with stretches targeting your shoulders, neck, and wrists with the healing powers of a little gentle resistance. (17:59)

    Target Areas:
    Shoulders
    Neck
    Wrists

  • RECESS: Desk-Friendly Stretching

    A snack-sized stretch from your chair or desk. This class focuses on the upper body where tension builds up when we spend too much time at our desks and devices. Let it all go, tension, to-do’s and invite rest and relaxation. Call it recess. (14:41)

    No props needed