Naked Twisting Yoga 1: Vinyasa Twisting Sequence!

Full-Video: https://vimeo.com/166534572/
Teacher: Collibrina
(All Levels)
One should practice this sequence because twisting gives the body a feelings of balance and feeling more “even.” There are twisting poses of various kinds done on each side of the body, to make it feel like it is being wrung out. There is also a focus on vinyasa between the twisting poses as well as core work so the body can feel grounded with all of the center twisting. This is a yoga sequence welcome to all levels except super beginner. Do not attempt this practice if you have leg, wrist, or midsection body injuries.
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Naked Yoga No Hands 2: Lower Body, Buttocks & Core!

Full-Video: https://vimeo.com/165652697/
Teacher: Collibrina
(All Levels)
A vinyasa yoga practice that focuses on replacing chaturanga with forward folding to prevent repetitive wrist strain. These sequences work the lower body as well as the glutes and core. All levels are welcome, including and especially those with wrist injuries or difficulties. Those with leg injuries or limitations should use caution in attempting this workout.
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Naked Yoga No Hands 1: Vinyasa Flow!

Full-Video: https://vimeo.com/164744624
Teacher: Collibrina
(All Levels)
This is a vinyasa flow practice without the stress of repetitive wrist strain.
A vinyasa influenced practice that focuses on working the lower body and skips chaturanga to avoid stress on the wrist. This practice suits all levels, except those who have no experience with yoga. Strong beginners to advanced practitioners are welcome. This practice is not recommended for those with knee or leg injuries or limitations, particularly torn hamstrings.
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Naked Muay Thai 12: Catching & Retrieving the Leg!

Full-Video: https://vimeo.com/178595759
Teacher: Cat Noble
Student: Gigi Jimiiji
(Level: Beginner)
This video will demonstrate how to catch an opponent’s leg off of a body kick, what to do once you have caught the leg, and how to retrieve your leg if you’ve been caught. For these drills, it is very helpful to have a training partner and proper equipment (gloves and shin guards) is recommended at all times.
Martial arts can be practiced for any reason from combat to meditation and they result in a sense of discipline, confidence and responsibility as well as a deeper understanding of human nature and the Self. Muay Thai (also called the Art of Eight Limbs or Thai boxing) is a stand-up striking art. Since the introduction of equipment and boxing rings, Muay Thai has become a competitive combat sport and is popular with MMA (mixed martial arts) fighters as a striking strategy. -NYV0082D

Naked Muay Thai 11: Clinch Engagement and Movement!

Full-Video: https://vimeo.com/177675879/
Teacher: Cat Noble
Student: Gigi Jimiiji
(Level: Beginner)
This video will demonstrate a very unique aspect of Muay Thai, how to fight in the clinch. Many people consider Muay Thai a form of kickboxing, but the clinch, which involves grappling to control the opponent’s head and scoring points with knees, elbows and sweeps, is not part of the majority of kickboxing competitions. To prepare for our clinch work, we warm up with knees and arm movements. And then move on to proper technique for controlling the head and review the two different types of knees practitioners may use to score points in the clinch. For these drills, it is very helpful to have a training partner and proper equipment is recommended at all times.
Martial arts can be practiced for any reason from combat to meditation and they result in a sense of discipline, confidence and responsibility as well as a deeper understanding of human nature and the Self. Muay Thai (also called the Art of Eight Limbs or Thai boxing) is a stand-up striking art. Since the introduction of equipment and boxing rings, Muay Thai has become a competitive combat sport and is popular with MMA (mixed martial arts) fighters as a striking strategy. -NYV0082C

Naked Muay Thai 10: Setting Up Kicks with Hands!

Full-Video: https://vimeo.com/176689519/
Teacher: Cat Noble
Student: Gigi Jimiiji
(Level: Beginner)
This video will demonstrate how to disguise a leg attack by distracting the opponent with hand combinations. Once practitioners are comfortable with the basic techniques of Muay Thai, we delve more into the mental aspect and learn how the fight becomes an intelligent strategy game. We introduce three different drills that build upon each other to condition the opponent’s mind not to expect a leg kick. For these drills, it is very helpful to have a training partner and proper equipment (gloves and shin guards) is recommended at all times.
Martial arts can be practiced for any reason from combat to meditation and they result in a sense of discipline, confidence and responsibility as well as a deeper understanding of human nature and the Self. Muay Thai (also called the Art of Eight Limbs or Thai boxing) is a stand-up striking art. Since the introduction of equipment and boxing rings, Muay Thai has become a competitive combat sport and is popular with MMA (mixed martial arts) fighters as a striking strategy. -NYV0082B

Naked Yoga for Uplifting!

Full-Video: https://vimeo.com/218186032
Teacher: Collibrina
(Level: Strong Beginners and Up)
Yoga for Uplifting is filled with poses that will both soothe your bad mood and energize you into proceeding through your day in a more positive fashion. Benefits of this practice are a better mood! Anyone who is having a discouraging day should purchase the Yoga for Uplifting video! This practice starts in an extended child’s pose and advances into some quicker paced core-oriented and downward dog sequences where you will sigh out your anger and frustration. This is a practice recommended for strong beginners and up. -NYV0094D

Naked Muay Thai 9: Shadowboxing Technique and Mindset!

Full-Video: https://vimeo.com/175776447
Teacher: Cat Noble
Student: Gigi Jimiiji
(Level: Beginner)
Martial arts can be practiced for any reason from combat to meditation and they result in a sense of discipline, confidence and responsibility as well as a deeper understanding of human nature and the Self. Muay Thai (also called the Art of Eight Limbs or Thai boxing) is a stand-up striking art. Since the introduction of equipment and boxing rings, Muay Thai has become a competitive combat sport and is popular with MMA (mixed martial arts) fighters as a striking strategy.
This video will demonstrate how to shadowbox and explain the proper mindset for practitioners to get the most out of their shadowboxing. This method of training is used to warm up the body and the mind by having practitioners visualize fighting an imaginary opponent in order to run through their arsenal of techniques. The focus in shadow boxing should always be proper form and practitioners are welcome to pause their imaginary fight and repeat a given technique or combination as many times as it takes for it to feel comfortable. If available, a mirror or a training partner is incredibly helpful for feedback. -NYV0082A

Naked Muay Thai 8: Technical Sparring!

Full-Video: https://vimeo.com/164058130/
Teacher: Cat Noble
Student: Gigi Jimiiji
(Level: Beginner-Intermediate)
This video will demonstrate the practice of technical sparring, which is a way to safely practice fighting. Practitioners will learn how to turn the strikes they have practiced into combinations and try them out for efficacy on a partner. If you are training at home, please always be sure to wear proper equipment: gloves, shin guards and mouth guard. Practitioners are encouraged to train in an open space with plenty of room to move, and may use either a partner or a mirror for feedback on technique.
Martial arts can be practiced for any reason from combat to meditation and they result in a sense of discipline, confidence and responsibility as well as a deeper understanding of human nature and the Self. Muay Thai (also called the Art of Eight Limbs or Thai boxing) is a stand-up striking art. Since the introduction of equipment and boxing rings, Muay Thai has become a competitive combat sport and is popular with MMA (mixed martial arts) fighters as a striking strategy. -NYV0077D

Naked Muay Thai 7: Clinch and Round Knees!

Full-Video: https://vimeo.com/163844758
Teacher: Cat Noble
Student: Gigi Jimiiji
(Level: Beginner-Intermediate)
While Muay Thai is largely classed as a striking art, there is also a grappling aspect to this practice called “clinching”. This video will demonstrate the basics of the Muay Thai clinch with emphasis on control, leverage and how to use knee strikes in this scenario. We will also introduce round knees, a different kind of knee strike, and demonstrate the difference between a straight and round knee. Practitioners are encouraged to train in an open space with plenty of room to move, and may use either a partner or a mirror for feedback on technique.
Martial arts can be practiced for any reason from combat to meditation and they result in a sense of discipline, confidence and responsibility as well as a deeper understanding of human nature and the Self. Muay Thai (also called the Art of Eight Limbs or Thai boxing) is a stand-up striking art. Since the introduction of equipment and boxing rings, Muay Thai has become a competitive combat sport and is popular with MMA (mixed martial arts) fighters as a striking strategy. -NYV0077C