(The original DVD is now downloadable)
Deep Flow: Lateral Sequence will bring the immediate and profound unwinding of mental and physical tension, open awareness to the inner wave of subtle energetic movement, while strengthening and toning the oblique abdominals and organs. Deep Flow: Lateral Sequence is a profound visually rich yoga class of either :30 or :60 in length, set to the hypnotic original music of percussionist/composer Laura Inserra. It is immensely engaging for levels 1- 3 of yoga practitioners as it moves at a steady pace, allowing for a progression into an interior landscape of sensation, pulsation, and inner rhythm.
“David Moreno provides a wonderful, nourishing environment, for both deepening postures and the subtle opening of the heart. I recommend his DVDs, online classes and workshop for their many benefits as well as the pure fun of it.”
—Ali Mac Graw, Actress/Philanthropist
This profound side bending, lateral sequence of postures moves at a steady pace, allowing for a progression into an interior landscape of sensation, pulsation, and inner rhythm. It challenges practitioners to go beyond mindless, automatic yoga practices in order to experience the subtle levels of prana shakti – life force.
Take as much time as your body requires when transitioning from one pose to the next, as this particular sequence will continue to generate profound unfolding, liberating internal movement and sensation beyond the pose itself. Chances are good you’ll sleep well when finished with this online yoga practice.
The hips are our moving center, our actions and dharma in the world. This center is supported by a number of muscle groups that can be approached from all sorts of directions, held statically, or moved through in repetition. This engaging sequence uses a particular set of postures to help lubricate and free up this vital center while playfully challenging students to go deeper. You’ll break a sweat and feel more fluid and open by the time you collapse in savasana.
In this yoga practice are both therapeutic and deep back lengthening postures from several different yoga traditions and healing modalities. All of us, regardless of our experience with asana, can benefit from this particular sequence and types of asana.
For those with ongoing tension in the lower back, you will find sustained relief and postures that you practice more than once a day. This is not recommended for people suffering from severe or chronic back pain. Restorative and calming, Happy Healthy Backs is a deep practice for all levels.
In this short online yoga class are simple and effective practices for reducing tension in the neck and shoulders. The types of postures and sequences are based on a variety of different yoga practices and put together in an intelligent and simple sequence. These postures will create greater circulation and realign tendons to joints. Since most of us stress this part of our bodies just from computer usage alone, all levels of students are capable of benefiting from this unique practice.
Protect and prolong your joints’ usage through a simple sequence taken from various yoga lineages that focus on joint health. This online yoga class is particularly good for sports enthusiasts for pre-event and long-term maintenance.
(The original DVD is now downloadable)
Keeping fit and vibrant also makes demands that over time or through injury can take its toll. This user-friendly and highly practical set of pre & post-ride yoga practices will help sustain professional and nonprofessional cyclists (and runners) giving them the most from their sport experience. This class also includes tips on staying hydrated. No previous experience in yoga or cycling is required.
“David Moreno has developed the art of pacing and economy of postural movements so that rhythm and grace pervade the practice. Not coincidentally, this is also the essence of effective cycling – if one is well prepared physically, an overarching aim of “Wheel of Yoga for Cyclists”…Engaging, simple, yet broad in scope…an affirmation that our practice transcends the mat.”
—Julie Deife, Yoga Chicago