6 Week Beginner Yogi Course Online

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Welcome to the 6 Week Beginner Yogi Course!

Since creating the beginners course in 2015, I (Tash) have taken 300+ students through the curriculum so rest assured if you are a beginner, you are in the right place!

During the next six weeks you will be introduced to three popular styles of yoga asana; Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin and you will also get an introduction to Mindfulness at the beginning and ending of each class. Once the course is completed you will have an understanding of the differences between the styles and likely have a favourite!

Each pose is demonstrated and alignment cues are given so that you can self correct and align yourself in each pose.

The 6 Week Beginner Yogi course is thoughtfully designed and presented in a relaxed manner so that you feel safe and supported while learning.

Although I don’t use a lot of Sanskrit in her beginners courses, I have included them in the class sequences each week for those that are interested. 

Introducing people to yoga is my absolute favourite thing to do, and now that we have our popular course online I’m so excited that we will now be able to reach more people!

I hope that you love the course as much as I loved creating it for you.

If you need anything through out don’t be shy to get in touch: contact@beginneryogi.com

Tash xox

 

Introduction

In this video, Tash will introduce you to the 6 Week Beginner Yogi Course. Please watch this before starting the 6 week course as it will provide some valuable information before you start on your yoga journey.

Week 1: Hatha

Week 1 begins with a Hatha style class. Hatha is generally a slower paced class, doing one pose at a time and builds flexibility and strength. Poses are held for around 3-8 breaths and in a public class there is likely to be focus on alignment and application of the pose.

Equipment needed: Yoga mat. Yoga block, blanket or cushion is handy but optional.

Click the Week 1 Information section to view the class sequence!

  • 6 Week Beginner Yogi Course – Week 1

    Hatha Sequence

    • Comfortable seat to settle in and become aware of the breath as we breathe in and out of the nostrils.
    • Neck Rotations
    • Eagle Arms (Garudasana variation)
    • Spinal Twist
    • Butterfly Pose (Baddha Konasana)
    • Cat Cow (Marjaryasana and Bitilasana)
    • Childs Pose (Balasana)
    • Downward Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)
    • Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)
    • Standing Forward Fold (Uttanasana)
    • Warrior l (Virabhadrasana I)
    • High Lunge 
    • Mountain Pose (Tadasana)
    • Tree Pose (Vrikshasana)
    • Spinal Twist
    • Reclining Butterfly (Supta Baddha Konasana)
    • Corpse Pose (Shavasana)

     

Week 2: Hatha

In week 2 we continue to explore Hatha style yoga, revisiting some poses from week 1 and adding in some new ones like Warrior ll and lll! As you get more comfortable with the poses try to focus on the breath as you hold each pose.

Equipment needed: Yoga mat. Yoga block, blanket or cushion is handy but optional.

Click the Week 2 Information section to view the class sequence!

  • 6 Week Beginner Yogi Course – Week 2

    Hatha Sequence

    • Comfortable seat to settle in and become aware of the breath as we breathe in and out of the nostrils.
    • Neck Rotations
    • Shoulder Rotations
    • Spinal Twist
    • Butterfly Pose (Baddha Konasana)
    • Cat Cow (Marjaryasana and Bitilasana)
    • Childs Pose (Balasana)
    • Downward Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana)
    • Cobra Pose (Bhujangasana)
    • Standing Forward Fold (Uttanasana)
    • Warrior l (Virabhadrasana I)
    • Warrior ll (Virabhadrasana Il)
    • Tree Pose (Vrikshasana)
    • Warrior lll (Virabhadrasana llI)
    • Spinal Twist
    • Reclining Butterfly (Supta Baddha Konasana)
    • Corpse Pose (Shavasana)

Week 3: Vinyasa

Guided meditation is a meditation lead by someone else, often with a specific focus or journey in mind. It is a meditation that you can simply just relax and be lead into without having to do much else. Guided meditations are great for times of stress, when the mind is busy or if you have trouble falling asleep.

Equipment needed: Yoga mat. Yoga block, blanket or cushion is handy but optional.

Click the Week 3 Information section to view the class sequence!

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Week 4: Vinyasa

The last class in the meditation course is weeks 1 – 3 all together in one meditation. This practice incorporates Mindfulness, Mantra and a Guided Meditation, using all of the techniques you have practiced through the previous weeks. This meditation is perfect anytime! It will leave you feeling present and humming with positive energy!

Equipment needed: Yoga mat. Yoga block, blanket or cushion is handy but optional.

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Week 5: Yin

Guided meditation is a meditation lead by someone else, often with a specific focus or journey in mind. It is a meditation that you can simply just relax and be lead into without having to do much else. Guided meditations are great for times of stress, when the mind is busy or if you have trouble falling asleep.

Equipment needed: Yoga mat. Yoga block, blanket or cushion is handy but optional.

Click the Week 5 Information section to view the class sequence!

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Week 6: Yin

The last class in the meditation course is weeks 1 – 3 all together in one meditation. This practice incorporates Mindfulness, Mantra and a Guided Meditation, using all of the techniques you have practiced through the previous weeks. This meditation is perfect anytime! It will leave you feeling present and humming with positive energy!

Equipment needed: Yoga mat. Yoga block, blanket or cushion is handy but optional.

Click the Week 6 Information section to view the class sequence!

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