Naked Hip Opening Yoga Flow 2 (NAKED YOGA SCHOOL®) with Lee Perry Today, I will focus on getting into your hips, seeing if you can create more space for movement within your hip sockets. We will play with new and fun ways of lunging to access various parts of the socket. This class will leave you feeling a new sense of blood flow and movement in your legs and low back. This class is open to all levels! Join me! -NYV0162B
Naked Yoga Fundamentals For Joint Mobility! (NAKED YOGA SCHOOL®) with Lior Allay + Sarah Russi
This foundational class dives deep into the basics of what you need to as a beginner naked yogi. You’ll develop the foundational strength necessary to protect your joints as your develop your personal naked yoga practice. This session is jam packed with juicy clues into what parts of your body are weak and need special attention. This allows you to maintain balance, safety, and longevity of your joints. Lior uses techniques such as active stretching and stabilization exercises along with props like foam rollers, belts, balls, and bands to engage your muscles while supporting the joints. Join Lior and student Sara Russi for this immersive, full length class! -NYV0156A
Naked Breathing Yoga! (NAKED YOGA SCHOOL®) with Collibrina + Elena
Breathing is a big topic in this current environment. Being conscious of our breath can improve our stamina for exercise as well as brain and body functioning. Breathing is required to move oxygen through the body and keep us alive.
This is a slow and deliberate practice gives you the details on what kinds of breath are the most beneficial for various poses. Inhale, exhale, and enjoy! This practice welcomes all bodies of all levels! -NYV0127D
Official Site: https://NakedYogaSchool.com
Teacher: Maya Kamui
Athletic Naked Yoga! (NAKED YOGA SCHOOL®) with Maya Kamui
Welcome to my quick daily athletic nude yoga flow! This is a yoga practice I do when I don’t have enough time. Want a good workout, but don’t have much time? Grab your mat, and tune in for a 26-minutes routine that will get you sweating in no time! All you need is a glass of water, a cleared space, and a mat! Join me! -NYV0158B
Teacher: Elle Tulle
(Level: Advanced Beginner)
In this crazy unstable environment, it is very important for you to feel balanced not only in your body but also in your mind! For this practice we focus on creating equilibrium and bringing more balance to our world. We turn our attention to poses that encourage us to be focused and grounded so we can better support ourselves. This class explores different standing postures that require intention and commitment. If you want to improve your balance, flow with us!
(This class is for people who are already warm and do not require a warm up. We will skip all warm ups and jump right in so please make sure you are warm and ready to dive in.)
In this class we will cover the following poses:
Downward facing dog, Low lunge, Vinyasa flow, Chair pose, Revolved chair, Revolved high lunge, High lunge with arm variations, Warrior 2, Flying warrior, Tree pose with variation, Warrior 3, Standing split, Extended Hand to Big Toe Pose, High plank, Side plank with variations, Goddess pose with heel raises. -NYV0134B
Teacher: Lior Allay
Student: Sarah Russi
These playful, bouncy naked yoga moves will get your legs in shape while wearing a smile! We teach you nude yoga practices targeting the lower half of the body, (the calves in particular,) you’ll learn some unconventional exercises and satisfying stretches! This is a quick, energizing flow for beginners looking to build strength or experienced yogis who want to have some fun! Join student Sara Russi and yoga teacher Lior Allay for a joyful flow you’ll enjoy over and over again! -NYV0156C
Naked Yoga for Sexy Strong Legs! (NAKED YOGA SCHOOL®) with Lior Allay + Sarah Russi
Naked Silent Dance Party Workout! (NAKED YOGA SCHOOL®) with Cecile
Ever been to a silent disco? Well, we are merging the idea with a cardio dance workout! Enjoy your own music! A quick 20-25 minute basic to intermediate workout that will have your heart pumping. Dance and enjoy kicks, squats, jumping jacks and more. -NYV0155C
Student: Sarah Russi
Naked Good Night Yoga 7: Naked Yoga To Make You Sleep! (NAKED YOGA SCHOOL®) with Wara + Sarah Russi
Do you find it challenging to let go of the day’s events and relax? Do you feel like you store tension in your body and can’t let go and fall asleep? In this video we will go over some ideas to build your own night routine, depending on your needs. We will start with a short warm up movement routine, then get seated and focus on our breathing. Through a short guided meditation, we will go over ways to quiet the mind and let go and finally find sleep. For the last portion of the video, it is recommended that you prepare yourself for sleep and find a comfortable position to lay in bed, ideally covered with a blanket. -NYV0146D
Today, we will help you to develop abdominal, upper and lower body strength! This is a series of yoga poses intended for those who wish to challenge their bodies and become stronger. You are likely to feel invigorated and powerful upon completion of these exercises. We will alternate between holding poses that require strength to rest poses where we can relax and breathe more easily. This gives the class a dynamic quality. As you practice and gain strength, you can incrementally make the movements more challenging. Modifications will be included to reduce the duration and intensity of these movements and, therefore, all levels can participate. -NYV0153C
Naked Yoga To Strengthen Full Body! (NAKED YOGA SCHOOL®) with Leon + Abi
Naked Workout using a Towel! (NAKED YOGA SCHOOL®) with Cecile
I absolutely love using household items to incorporate into my workout, because during a quarantine time, we don’t always have access to gym equipment such as hand weights or machines. Grab a tea towel, or even just a pillowcase; the goal here is to keep constant tension and activation in our muscles by pulling on either end of the tea towel. This workout will raise your heart-rate but in a slow, steady, and doable rate!
(2 ROUNDS, FIRST ON KNEES, SECOND IN SQUAT): Twirl tea towel and make it
taut on either end, engaging in a spinal twist R and L. Now move towel up
above head, and then out front. Twist R and L “walking” your hands up 4
counts, and 4 counts back down. Then row R and L, imitating rowing in a
kayak or rowboat. Two rounds of this will leave those arms nice and warm.
ABS: Lay down on your back keeping the tea towel overhead and tighten core
into a full sit up, Next raise your legs so that your feet are towards the
ceiling, and raise your towel into a toe touch. Place feet on the ground,
knees bent, and crunch to the R and to the L with your tea towels, engaging
your side abdominals.
LEGS/CARDIO: Deadlift on one leg reaching forward, repeat 5 times, and
switch to other leg. Set towel on the ground and ski jump to either side of
tea towel, Standing in between the towel engage in a series of butt kicks
and high kness. Repeat this series for two rounds.
STRETCH: On the floor, wrap towel around the arch of your foot and stretch
forward, then to back and open leg for a deep hip stretch. Sitting up in a
criss cross position, use the towel to aid in a shoulder stretch.
Et voila! Your household items have a whole new purpose!
(Level: Strong Beginners)
This class helps those who want help feeling more focused during a time when they feel spaced out or dull. Sharpening your focus with a helpful yoga workout like this one can be beneficial to your work productivity and creativity. –
This class will help you breathe deeper as well as get a wonderful workout. There is deep breathing, core work, and an interesting take on the normal forward fold in this practice recommended for strong beginners to advanced yogis. -NYV0128A
Core is one of the most important areas to work! Our core is what holds our body together and keeps us standing upright. For anyone with back pain, or looking to build overall strength and stability, this is a great exercise for you.
This is a challenging but well worth it set of core exercises. Please have a mat or soft surface available as we will be spending most of our time on the ground. Water bottle encouraged.
– Downward dog, flow through to a plank and upward dog, and abdominal stretch. Allow an ample amount of time to roll wrists. Find a table top and include a few cat cows into your practice.
– plank on your forearms, and push back with your hips aiming towards the ceiling.
– forearms plank, and tilt your hips over to the L and then to the R,
just hovering hips right above touching the mat.
– forearm plank again, but this time rock back and forth, keeping core tight, quads engaged, an exercising shoulders.
– full plank up on hands, then tap your R hand forward and L, resisting
moving hips back and forth.
– full plank on hands, then go down onto your forearms and back up onto hands.
– plank onto your R side and reach your other arm to the sky, then “thread it through” like a needle. Repeat this on your L side.
– bicycle crunch (opposite knee to opposite elbow)
– opposite leg touch fingertips, keeping leg and arm as straight as possible
– on back, legs come to 90 degree, then tap each foot down R and L
– Come up to elbows or palms, still laying on back, and tuck knees in R
and L. Put a water bottle in the middle of mat and go on either side.
– all fours again, and flow a few cat/cows.
Teacher: Lior Allay
Whether it’s flu season or you’re traveling and exposed to foreign germs, it’s never a bad time to strengthen your body’s defenses. Boost your immune system with this high energy, all-levels class. We’ll flush the entire endocrine system using intervals of movement and meditation. This quick cleansing flow can be done anytime of day. In as little as 30 min of practice you’ll enjoy an average of 4 hours of boosted immunity, the first time and every time! -NYV0150C
Teacher: Sarah Z
Good morning! It’s a beautiful bright Summer morning! Join us the 51-minutes naked sunrise yoga practice! We will guide you through our practice to wake your body up! What you do first thing in morning will set a tone of your day. It creates a meditative state in your mind for a whole day, and it helps you go through stressful day. Join us and let’s have a fantastic day together!
Student: Sarah Russi
(Level: Very Beginner)
A realistic morning routine for people who are just not morning people, and who are just beginning their yoga journey. Most of this routine can be done laying in your bed! We will go over some simple ways to incorporate some breathing techniques and basic poses. Movements and concepts explored are based on Yin yoga, which is much more focused on stillness, joints, and ligaments; as well as a brief introduction to Chi Gong breathing. The focus of this practice is how our bodies feel, and can serve as a jumping off point for everyone to build their own personal morning routine! -NYV0146A
For the most part, any form of significant and positive change is often accompanied by hard work and physical challenges. As women continue to embrace their power, the phase of life ushered in by menopause is no longer considered an ending, rather it is the beginning of a the phase of life where we are equipped with amazing life experience and self knowledge, free of all of the expectations and limitations placed on us as adolescents and during the reproductive years. With a job well done, we are now free to be the example and embrace the noble role of crone. This series is intended to ground and bring physical comfort to the practitioner preparing them to use this phase of life to inspire and break down the walls of conventional thinking. This instructional series includes centering breath work, Goddess Pose, Cat/Cow, Legs up the Wall, Sun Salutations, Twists, Deer Pose, and time for rest and meditation. -NYV0117A
In this partnered yoga class we will be doing a series of balancing poses that are easy to do for any level of yoga or physical strength. We can also interchange the roles of being the supportive person and being the supported. A lot of these poses use the table top as a stable place for the flyer to balance on top of it in various positions. This is a fun way to start the day or to warmup for some more involved partnered yoga. It is also a great way to see where your limits are and what is your comfort level being the base or the flyer. It is also energizing to move your body and practice balancing with another and so it will be easy to do at anytime of the day. NYV0149A
Teacher: Elle Tulle
It is so important we remain to the Earth and grounded in our bodies. This sequence is designed to keep you rooted. It unlike traditional vinyasa sequences that includes vinyasa flows and standing poses. All of the poses are grounded and stay low to the mat.
In this class we will cover:
Comfortable seat, Seated cat/cow, Traditional cat/cow with invitation to move freely, Child’s pose, Child’s pose variation with arms, Puppy pose, Seated Revolved twist, Locust pose, Seated hip stretches, Backbend, Boat pose with variations, Staff pose, Head to knee forward bend, Half pigeon. -NYV0133B
This is a Power-Down routine for those who are looking for new ways to manage stress, those who hate taking breaks, those who feel like they don’t have the time, or for those who find meditation intimidating to jump into all at once. I personally err on the side of being a workaholic, and have lived by the motto IF I DON’T DO IT NOBODY WILL as long as I can remember. I notice this to be a very common trend among IBPOC women/nonbinary people.
My introduction to constructive rest was in a dance class in high school; it was so foreign to my body to relax that it came as a real shock and I experienced adverse effects the first few times. This is something I have also witnessed in people who are new to meditation- a flood of emotions that can manifest as uncontrollable laughter, crying, etc.
I wanted to make a less intimidating introduction to constructive rest that one can do at home or even at the work desk, provided you can set aside 5 uninterrupted minutes. I will talk us through and time 5 minutes, with gentle suggestions for our bodies to relax starting from feet up.
We will also go over some suggestions of how to “power back up”, thanks to questions from the student! This can be a great way for us who have difficulty sleeping to “power down” enough for sleep.
May not be suitable for those that have chronic physical pain, as I have heard from friends that deal with chronic pain that it generally can result in adverse effects to focus too deeply on the body in meditation. -NYV0123C
Teacher: Elle Tulle
Do you get Full Moon Effects (Lunar Effect)? This class is for you! Whether you’re a hobby astrologist or couldn’t tell a full moon from a half moon you can join us for this flow. We will be doing a moon salutation to honor and hone the energy that’s present during a full moon. Learn more about the power of a full moon and why it’s good to flow during one.
We’ll go through the following poses: Mountain Pose, Upward Salute, Side Bend, Forward Fold, Backbend, Half Lift, 5 Pointed Star Pose, Goddess Pose, Warrior II, Reverse Warrior II, Triangle Pose, Runners Lunge, Internal Twist, External Twist, Low Lunge, Half Moon, Pyramid Pose, and Wide Legged Forward Fold. -NYV0145C
Teacher: Merry Whitney
Today, we are going to practice very important thing! Strengthening your neck muscles to avoid neck injuries! It’s crazy that this is the first time to focus on this important issue in our video series! Very very important for everyone to strength neck. Join this practice!
Some parts of this practices are for advanced yoga practitioners, so please listen to your body and don’t do any poses that you feel pain or strange! Let’s begin!
Student: Sarah Russi
This class is inspired by my experience waking up really tired and having to go to school or work. This class combines yoga with conscious breathing and intuitive stretches in order to slowly get the body moving through the breath. Specifically we will work on the fundamental connection between breath and movement and how that breath gives energy to the body and fills the cells with vital oxygen. We, then, practice this breathing with other easy yoga poses. It can all be done in your bed or on a yoga mat. All poses will stay close the the floor starting with child’s pose. It is also appropriate for anyone who is currently experiencing lower energy levels. It can also be done at any time of the day.
This class is very good for people who want to get more flexibility in their legs and hip joints. It can be challenging because some poses helps you stretch really deep. Through a series of poses on the floor, you will gain more awareness of your own limits and understand the work that needs to be done to loosen your tendons and muscles in the hip area, arm strings and calfs. -NYV0138E
Teacher: Elle Tulle
After a long day you deserve to wind down and relax your mind and body with a soothing and gentle flow. This is perfect for those who feel wound up after a long day of work or anyone who just needs a little assistance relaxing. This gentle sequence is designed to cool your body down and ease your mind. At the end there is a relaxing guided meditation.
During the sequence we will cover the following: Comfortable seat, Mindfulness of breath, Head rolls, Seated forward bend, Seated side bends, Seated cat/cow, Seated revolved twists, Staff pose, Half lord of the fishes pose, Seated figure four pose, Modified bridge pose with variation, Happy Baby Pose, Reclined spinal twists, Reclined bound angle pose, and Sivasana.
(Level: Super Beginner)
Student: Sarah Russi
Have you been wanting to get into Naked Yoga but were not sure where to start? Start here!
You are welcome to this thoroughly explained yoga practice with additional standing poses that build on the foundations learned through stretching and strengthening. Learn to care for yourself inside and out with Naked Yoga and help your circulation, anxiety, flexibility, and resting difficulties. -NYV0144B