Slow Paced Hatha Yoga Sequence Video (45-min)

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This is a 45-minute slow paced hatha yoga sequence you can try at home on the theme of cultivating the opposite. It’s appropriate for beginners with a very basic knowledge of yoga. However, intermediate yoga performers can also take up this easy to follow sequence.

There are not a lot of chaturangas or fast transitions, but it is a challenging and heating sequence. Holding poses for a long time is surely a great means of strengthening your muscles.

It is also suggested to dim the lights and try to perform this sequence as much as you can and with your eyes closed would also work just fine.

The camera stalled in the first triangle to moving warrior II yoga sequence. So even though I’m not doing warrior II, listen to my voice and do it. It works perfectly fine on the second side.

Disclaimer: The content is purely informative and educational in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional.

Brett Larkin

Brett teaches vinyasa flow yoga at top San Francisco studios, companies like Google and Pinterest, and on her Youtube channel, where thousands of students have studied with her for over 5 million minutes. Get her free yoga playlists, yoga teacher training tips, and free dance, yoga and meditation classes at BrettLarkin.com. Beginner or intermediate yogis can enjoy her online course on deepening your yoga practice. http://bit.ly/1pniEQ7

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