If you would like to establish a good foundation of yoga knowledge before coming to class, then I encourage you to try my online course for beginners. This series is a collection of videos from 10 classes of the Beginner Series. You will see a real class with real students trying the poses out for the first time, just like yourself. You have the freedom to practise when it’s convenient for you in a quiet space of your choosing. What’s more, I welcome you to contact me if at any point during the series you have any questions so that you can have as intimate an experience as the students who attend my class in person.

Participants of the Beginner Workshop receive FREE access to the full online course for 3 months. Follow this link for more details on the Beginner Workshops.

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Email me directly if you would like access to the Beginners Online Course for $45. I will send you a PayPal invoice that you can pay either with a PayPal account or credit card. Once I receive notice of your payment, you will receive access to all 10 videos for three months.

Lesson 1: Posture

In this video I cover the basics of posture and breath awareness. Some of the poses presented are: Sukhasana (Simple Sitting), Baddha Konasana (Bound Angle/Cobbler’s Pose), Ardha Padmasana (Half Lotus), Padmasana (Lotus Pose), Adho Mukha Virasana (Downward Facing Hero Pose), Virasana (Hero Pose), Garudasana Arms (Eagle Pose), Tadasana (Mountain Pose), Urdhva Hastasana (Raised Hands Pose), Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend), Ardha Uttanasana (Half Standing Forward Bend), and Savasana (Corpse Pose). I’ll guide you through a breathing exercise, a seated warm-up to improve mobility in your spine, a standing half-vinyasa and a final meditation. (Running time 45 min)

Lesson 2: Introduction to Surya Namaskara A

In this video I begin to introduce viewers to a basic Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskara A) and the modifications one can make in order to make it more accessible. (Running time 40 min)

Lesson 3: Refining Surya Namaskara A & B

In this video, I go into more detail about the Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskara A), especially Downward Facing Dog. I also introduce participants to Surya Namaskara B. (Running time 48 min)

Lesson 4: Standing Poses

Standing poses are a dominant part of a Vinyasa Yoga Class. Some of the poses introduced in this video include Virabhadrasana I & II, Viparita Virabhadrasana, Utthita Parsvakonasana, Utthita Trikonasana and Prasarita Padottanasana. (Running time 49 min)

Lesson 5: Standing Twists

Standing Twists are excellent for improving mobility around the spine. Some of the postures introduced in this video include: Parivrtta Trikonasana, Parivrtta Parsvakonasana, Parsvottanasana and Parighasana. (Running time 50 min)

Lesson 6: Standing Balances

Standing Balances are excellent for improving balance and concentration. Some of the postures introduced in this video include Vrksasana, Ardha Chandrasana and Virabhadrasana III. (Running time 52 min)

Lesson 7: Standing Balances II

In this video I continue to introduce more standing balances including Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana A, B, and C. (Running time 51 min)

Lesson 8: Backbends

Backbends can improve spinal mobility, however they should be approached prudently. In this video I introduce several backbends with modifications to make them accessible to participants with a variety of limitations. (Running time 54 min)

Lesson 9: Seated Poses

Seated postures are a good way for winding down at the end of a practice. They can also be a pleasant way to start or end a day. (Running time 51 min)

Lesson 10: Putting It All Together

In this final video of the series I will show you how we put it all together in a full-length class. Set aside at least 50 minutes to enjoy a flowing class from start to finish. Have your yoga mat and any props within reach. (Running time 54 min)