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Practice Beginner Yoga Videos at Home

I am so super excited to share this with you!! I have created an online video membership! 

Now you can practice beginner yoga videos at home.

Do you feel uncomfortable in a studio setting? Scared that no one will look like you or that you won't know what to do? 
Would you like the convenience of practicing at home? 

Is getting to Bee Yoga Fusion and practicing with me too far of a drive for you to do on a weekly basis? 

Auto-renwing video memberships are the perfect answer. Choose between 6 or 3 videos that will be emailed to you each month, on a weekly basis. The videos range from 10 minutes to a full 60 minute class. So it's easy to do at home when the time works for you. The videos are easily accessible for beginner students. We focus on flexibilty, strength and balance. You can watch the videos as many times as you like in the course of that month. 

Choose Your Video Plan

Release Tension in the Shoulders and Neck with Yoga

I often get asked by my yoga students for a stretch that focuses on releasing tension in the shoulders and neck. It's an area of the body where a lot of people hold tension. I know I do. And this is one of my favorite poses to do when it feels like boulders are resting on top of my shoulders.

Start on your hands and your knees. Inhale as you lift your right arm to the sky and allow your chest to open. Then as you exhale bring that right arm under your body and gently lower the shoulder down to the ground. Rest your right temple down on your mat and keep looking at that right thumb as you lift the left arm to the sky. Be sure that it feels as though your hips stay over your knees.

Take three to five breaths then use the left hand to press into the mat and lift you back onto your hands and knees. Begin again for the left side by first inhaling the arm to the sky and allowing the body to really feel the openness in the chest and stretch in the side body. Be sure to send me an email with your yoga related questions; I'd love to answer them here on the website. Gretchen (at) BeeYogaFusion.com  

Core Power!

We don't often think of adding a core exercise to a headstand..but why not?
(Only try this if you are comfortable in your tripod headstand.)

Before taking the legs to the sky, create what I like to call an "egg shape" with your body= holding the knees to the chest. Extend one leg straight out in front of you and keep the other leg bent, as shown in the picture. Slowly lower the toes of the straight leg down toward the ground but don't touch the ground simply hover and now bring it back to the starting position. Repeat this several times before switching legs. It's really important to go slowly and focus on your breathing while maintaining the core being engaged.