Let yourself be guided by the asana cards
Each card has alignment markers, level guide, anatomical coding, and Sanskrit / English asana names. They also come with an easy-to-follow sequence guide, with examples and a complete list of the benefits of asana poses, to help you tailor them to your needs.
The cards are divided into Asana families, from warm-up to catering.
There are two different ways to build your sequence - simply choose a selection of asanas using the Levels guide to suit your experience level or choose a Peak pose you want to work towards and use the anatomical coding system. to build your sequence.
Level Guide - Each map has a level guide to help you choose the appropriate poses for your level of experience.
If you are a beginner, choose a range of 1 level maps; if you are intermediate, introduce 2 level cards; and if you have advanced practice, include 3 level cards.
Choose a range of different poses, starting with the warm-up and ending with the restore.
For all 30 minutes of practice include 5 minutes of Savasana.
Tip Pose - Cards also feature a collection of anatomical codes to help you understand which muscles in the body are to stretch and / or strengthen.
In a sequence, start by identifying a "peak pose" that you would like to explore. Then choose a selection of poses from a variety of families that work one or more of the muscle groups in your chosen pose. Work from simple poses to more difficult poses.
A well-rounded practice will include all families - starting with warm-up and ending with restoration.
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