Namaste to all the yogies and my friends. Today I would like to give you a little sneak-up to my yoga and qi gong practice with an amazing teacher. After her classes I feel completely energetically recharged and relaxed Her gentle yoga flow and sophisticated postures made me feel very comfortable during the practices. I really would like to recommend her to all those yogies who practice yoga constantly and for all beginners, because her yoga style is really sophisticated, she’s really attentive during the practice She helps you to improve your postures and and she explains you how you can do the postures correctly to feel good in your body and to let your energy flow to your channels. You can feel like you really come deep into your inner-self during her meditation practice. After that you feel like really recharged. She teaches her lessons in Koh Yao Noi island in Thailand and if you’d like to come to visit her come to Island Yoga. They provide regular retreats and drop-in classes for experienced teachers they have teacher training as well and for just yoga lovers who want to feel better physically and emotionally. Also you can contact her in a social media. I’ll provide all the links to her social accounts in my comment box down below. So you can speak to her directly if you’re interested. And now let’s have a look how she teaches me in a classroom. Bring it back, up and forward. Inhale up and exhale back down. Noticing any stiffness in the hips, your lower back and just observe. It’s not to judge, it’s not to be angry or frustrated about anything just noticing. As your body feel shake feel all the bones relaxed, muscles relaxed. As you do that feel the support from the Earth. Tail bone reaching down, crown reaching up. and let’s now turn from side to side and let you arms just weak. So as we do that this is also Tai Chi Qi Gong warming up, very traditional. You’re stimulating the bladder, the kidney here meridians, the lower organs as you tuck your hands into lower abdomen and the lower back. Let your hands float even higher to stimulate your liver meridian very gently just letting your hands tuck into your body. Fingers relaxed, wrists relaxed. And then let your hands float even higher where we’re stimulating the heart and lung meridians. It’s such a nice simple thing, but it’s so effective, so nice, you can share with all your loved ones. and do it anytime. It energizes and connects you. Pose here for a few breaths. Just feel the sense of vitality and energy in your entire body. Don’t loose the connection of the point, raising from the top of your head to the sky and tail rooting down towards the Earth. Reach your arms up. Tuck your fingers towards each other, palms down. And then very gently let your arms sink slowly as if you’re doing in water very slowly Imagine you’re holding a ball in front of your belly As you inhale turn your palms away from each other as if you’re pushing the sky and the earth away from each other and look towards your right hand. As you exhale release your palms towards each other as you’re condensing this ball again. As you inhale, change, so you’re pushing the Earth and the sky away, open your side body here. Back to the center. Pressing into your feet. It helps to open energy channels in your legs. As you inhale press into your feet come back up. And exhale to the left. Inhale back to the center. Fold the index fingers and the palms up. Inhale. Press the ceiling with your palms and push your heels up. Steady breath. Look at a point in front of your horizon or in the ground Inhale. Reach the right arm up and as you exhale bend towards the left. Inhale, come back up, so flow 3 times. And then as you exhale bend to the left. Here you open your right lung and your right hip. Bring your right hand to the bottom of your right lung. Take a deep breath into the left hand and to the bottom of your right lung. As you exhale, bend opening the left heel and the left lung. As you inhale come back up. And as you exhale bend. Stay here for 3 breaths. Bring your right hand to the bottom of your left lung. Now close your arms as you’re taking a shirt off and as you inhale put your arms over your head. This is called “Circulating clouds”. Inhale come back to the center and exhale turn left. Inhale back to the center and exhale slowly to the right. One more inhale back to the center and exhale to the left. Come back to the center. So inhale, reach your arms to the sides, middle fingers reaching away from each other and as you exhale bring your left hand to your left. Inhale, reach your right arm up. Exhale up. Inhale, really opening and stretching the intercostal muscles around the ribs. One more as you inhale come back up. Stay here for 2 or 3 breaths. As you exhale bend your right arm, turn your right palm up, bring the forearm onto the right thigh and the left arm circles down towards the front of the room and then goes again to a big circle. Bring your left arm up. Back, down and forward. One more time. Turn your chest and your belly up towards the sky, keeping the belly and the chest up. Now let your left arm stay over the head pointing towards the front of the room. 3 breaths here. Roll your shoulders away from your ears. Chin tucked in. Take a resting breath here. And then the left hand onto the bottom of your right lung. As you inhale reach your left arm up, spin the spine to the left and again turning the chest out towards the floor. Inhale, spiraling the spine. And again. Chest towards the floor and then towards the left. Chin in, so the back of your neck is nice and long. Nice. As you inhale, open your arms to the sides and as you exhale, bend to the left, bring your right arm up and forward. Chest and belly turned up towards the sky. One more breath. Now as you inhale you can lift the back leg up. 5 breaths. You can reach your left arm up. Pressing into the right hand. Inhale bring the right arm up. Inhale, reach the right leg up. Reaching through the bowl of your right foot. Middle finger of your right hand reaching up away from your left hand. Tuck your toes, then press into your hands and all the way into “a down dog”. Now bend your knees a little bit more. Press into your hands. Press into the base of your index finger. Nice long spine. Your heels away and out. One more breath. And as you inhale bring your knees to the ground and rest in “Child’s pose”. Knees to the ground. Inhale and exhale sitting back.