Half Moon is a challenging sequence. A combination of warrior poses and half moon balancing strives to improve lateral balance and strengthen feet, ankles and legs, while stretching the spine and backs of the legs. Working with balance poses increases overall coordination and strength while informing physical grace. Enjoy the opposition of the practice, grounding the body while reaching and lengthening up and outward.
Namaste Yoga offers a complete yoga practice for people who want to become fitter, live healthier, and be happier. With inspiring visuals and soothing music, these original movement sequences will strengthen the body and calm the mind. No matter your fitness level, Namaste Yoga will invigorate your practice or inspire you to begin one.
What else sets us apart?
UNIVERSAL: Namaste Yoga was designed for you. Whether you are brand new to yoga or have been practicing for years, our sequences can always be used to enhance your wellbeing; no matter what stage of life or level of fitness.
ORIGINAL: Our sequences combine postures in ways not found in any other style of yoga. The sequences emphasize flowing, graceful movements and gentle learning through repetition.
VERSATILE: At only 22 minutes long, our sequences are complete yoga practices that match your schedule. And for those days when you just can’t get off the mat, there are hundreds of ways to combine the sequences for a customized practice that is the perfect length for you.
INSPIRING: With stunning visuals, soothing music, and gentle instruction, Namaste Yoga strives to go beyond ordinary workout videos to inspire you to reach all of your health and wellbeing goals... both on and off the mat.
PROVEN:Thousands of people have lost weight and gained flexibility, strength, and confidence by practicing Namaste Yoga.
Created to help students establish a deeper connection with vinyasa (movement with breath), these gestures will help you maintain the integrity of the breath throughout a challenging sequence. Each sequence has a breath body link that we return to again and again, re-establishing the ease and flow of breath before adding new postures to the sequence.