Below yoga sequence should be used as a guide by yoga teachers to create their own yoga class plans
15 minute Yoga Sequence: Cardio Yoga Sequence
Generally, people come to yoga classes for many different reasons with varying expectations. Initially, it is more of a physical practice that they wish to pursue which can later become an emotional or spiritual healing process. Others may come to improve their medical conditions or even to heal certain ailments. For the students who come to heal their medical conditions, the practice is more individualistic and therapeutic. But for those who come solely for the physical aspect, yoga teachers may find themselves slightly challenged here. They need to create a yoga sequence from the choice of many yoga poses and hope that it works for the students, ensuring they come back for more.
Although there are many creative ways to practice a yoga sequence, it is difficult for yoga teachers to make the best choice when teaching students in the early few sessions. While the goal of each yoga session is to help students feel good and comfortable with the sequence, the teachers should also make efforts to spend time with each student individually. Connecting with them and making them feel comfortable brings a pleasant experience to the class. Hence, a yoga sequence should be planned and executed according to the general feel of the class and the students’ interests. If not, yoga teachers should make changes where needed. Therefore, it is always useful to have more than two yoga sequences handy to make quick changes where need be.
Thus, the given yoga sequence for 15 minutes is designed for students who like hardcore practice and prefer the flow to be dynamic and energetic. This dynamic flow is challenging, pumps the heart, builds core strength, improves breathing, uses the diaphragm and chest muscles efficiently, and is also a light cardio workout. The yoga poses are held for 3 breaths while focusing on moving smoothly between poses. The sequence ends with the Happy Baby Pose (Ananda Balasana) that is held for 3 minutes, to rest and relax the back and shoulders completely.
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