Yoga For Complete Beginners Full Body Yoga Workout | Yoga Dose

Yoga For Complete Beginners Full Body Yoga Workout | Yoga Dose


– Hey, welcome to the Yoga
With Tim, beginner video. So, you’re probably new to the channel if you’re a beginner
trying this video out. Welcome to the community, I hope you enjoy what you find here and
this style of yoga class. Make sure to drink a lot of water after so that you hydrate your body. That’s an important thing
to do after you exercise. (laughs) Alright, let’s try it out. (upbeat music) Begin standing on your
feet in mountain pose. Your feet are together. Practice standing, balancing in between your
heels and your toe mounts, which is probably new if you’re not used to standing that way. We’re used to being rolled to one side of the foot or the other. So as you open up your feet evenly, the heels will descend, the
toes will stretch forward. It’s super important to how
you stand in mountain pose. This is the foundation for
all of your standing poses. So as you feel your feet stretch evenly, you’ll feel your leg muscles
start to work more evenly, feel yourself grow tall, so
that the shoulders are back, balanced over the ankles, and your ears are right
up over your shoulders. Okay, not let’s go right
into a balancing pose to help to bring our focus in the body. So bend your knees and sit back, and let’s do eagle legs, cross your right leg over your left, then join your palms together. Then uncross your legs and change sides. Bend your knees, sit back, cross your left leg over the right, bring your palms together. See if you can find the even
press of the right foot again. The foot will want to twist
to one side or the other. Stretch the foot evenly, and keep your chest open, your spine tall. Alright good, then come back up, and separate your feet wide apart, and we’ll go into modified side angle, the left foot turns in a little, your right leg turns all the way out, bend your knee and look down at your leg. Your center ankle, your knee and your hip are all tracking. The back foot is still even
so you’re even on your feet. Then put your forearm
down onto your thigh, lift your chest, and take
your left arm overhead. So we’re holding these
poses a little shorter than I normally hold in many of my videos just to introduce you to the shapes, so that your body can start to open up, but not so long of a hold
that it’s super-fatiguing. Come back up, and change your legs, turn the right foot in a little, left leg out, look at your
left leg as you bend your knee, line up your ankle,
your knee, and your hip. Put your elbow down, open your chest, take your arm overhead. Then come back up, parallel your feet, triangle pose. Turn your legs to the right again, this time the leg stays straight, but it’s lined up, put the
hand down onto your shin, take your left arm up. Press your feet down and come back up, turn your legs to the other side, and reach out, hand up. Press into your feet and
come back up to stand, then parallel your feet. Keep your arms up, working your shoulders. Now hands onto the hips, roll the shoulders back, open your chest, and let’s stretch out your hamstrings, fold forward, put the finger tips down, inhale, lengthen through your spine, then exhale, full forward, flex, let the head drop. (breathing) Inhale, come back up. Exhale, hands onto your hips, come all the way up to stand. Then step your feet together, stand in mountain. We’ll do one more standing pose. So turn to face the skinny end of your mat and take a big step back
with your left foot. The back foot is even onto the floor. Bend your right knee over your ankle, hands on your hips, open your chest. Spread your arms out, turn your palms up, and raise the arms all the
way overhead, warrior one. Normal breathing through
your nose in all these poses. Then inhale, step forward. Arms to your side. Exhale, step the right foot back, even across your feet, stand tall, bend your left knee as you exhale, spread your arms, turn your palms, inhale, reach up. Normal breathing in and out
through your nose as you hold. Then bring your arms down, step your back foot forward, and fold forward. Inhale, flat back, stretch your chest, then let’s practice down
dog with bent knees. Plant your hands, step your feet back, bend your knees, lift your hips and stretch your hips back
away from your wrists. Then set the knees down onto the floor. Stretch back to child’s pose. So the big toes are together, the knees are wide enough for
the ribs to fit in between, let your head start to drop. (breathing) So in the beginner’s sequences I focus on lots of standing poses, because the standing poses are gonna help to strengthen your legs while creating opening for your body, so that all the postures can
come from the standing poses. Let’s come onto the back now, great job today. Lie down, shavasana,
the most important part of your practice, your final meditation. So stretch your legs out, turn palms up, let the feet fall open,
let the arms relax. This time to go in, and
let everything relax is just as important as
all the work that you did, all the deep-breathing, all
the toning of the muscles that we did in the standing poses. Let that be integrated
by watching your breath. Then bend your knees, roll over to your side, press yourself up and sit up tall. Just take a second, a
moment of mindfulness to notice how you feel
after your practice. You might feel you can breathe
easy, more even breaths. You might feel energy in the body, the body feels good, and you might feel that
you feel calm in your mind, you feel the shift at
the end of the practice. Bring your palms together. Namaste, thank you. Hey again, welcome to the channel. If you’re newer to practicing, I imagine you probably are,
watching the beginner video, if you continue to practice
watching this channel, you’re going to learn
to practice yoga healthy for a lifetime; that’s the main difference that I try to teach
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