Category Archives: Yoga Sequences by Type

This Yoga Sequence for Fixing Text Neck Will Save Your Posture


This 20-minute Iyengar Yoga sequence will help you strengthen you core, reset your posture, and mitigate the effects of computer and smartphone use.

Glued to your smartphone? You need this 20-minute Iyengar Yoga sequence for “Text Neck.” Grab two blocks, your mat, and a quiet corner—at the office or home.

For a longer version of this practice, check out Kim’s Perfect Your Posture sequence.

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Heart-Opening Sequence to Expand Your Aura

This sequence from Live Be Yoga ambassador, Brandon Sprat, will help you open your heart and expand your aura to attract more goodness into your life.

Live Be Yoga ambassador, Brandon Spratt, practicing Aura Kriya. 

Live Be Yoga ambassadors Lauren Cohen and Brandon Spratt are on a road trip across the country to sit down with master teachers, host free local classes, and so much more—all to illuminate the conversations pulsing through the yoga community today.

Our hearts experience so much in this lifetime. Keeping them open, clear, and stable can be challenging as there are so many forces in this existence that make us want to collapse, close and shut down our heart center. However, there are just as many forces that are loving, inspiration and encouraging.

This Kundalini Yoga set called Aura Kriya works to reset your electromagnetic field so you can attract positive energy and repel negativity. If you have been feeling a little “off” lately, this set will give you that jumpstart you may need or crave.

See also A Beginner’s Guide to Kundalini Yoga. 

Each exercise can be practiced anywhere from 90 seconds to 3 minutes. But whatever amount of time you choose to practice each exercise, make sure you practice the same amount of time for each one.

As with all Kundalini sets, we start by tuning in. Here’s how:

  • Take a comfortable seat, close your eyes, and place your hands in prayer pose at your heart center
  • Chant the Adi Mantra three times: Ong namo guru dev namo (I bow to the divine teacher within)
  • Inhale deeply, suspend the breath, and release. 

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5 Yoga Poses to Overcome Burnout


Feeling exhausted and burnt out? Try this easy, do-anywhere sequence from Jules Hunt, founder of the blog Om & The City.

We met with wellness entrepreneur Jules Hunt of Om & the City in Austin, TX recently during our cross country Live Be Yoga Tour. She shared this simple practice and few tips to overcome fatigue and burnout. 

Live Be Yoga ambassadors Lauren Cohen and Brandon Spratt are on a road trip across the country to sit down with master teachers, host free local classes, and so much more—all to illuminate the conversations pulsing through the yoga community today. 

Watch also Jules Hunt’s 3 Tips to Fight Burnout. 

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12 Yoga Poses to Energize Your Body For Summer


Spice up your yoga routine with these fresh yoga poses to spark joy and energize your body for the season.

About our author

Ryanne Cunningham is a practicing yogi for over 20 years and a yoga instructor for 16 years. Ryanne is a published author (“Yoga For Athletes” published by Human Kinetics). She has her 500hr advanced TT. She has studied at Satchidanada Ashram through the Hatha Yoga and Cardiac Yoga programs. She has trained at a Green Bay, WI Ashtanga and Vinyasa studio for 10 years and is currently studying Dharma Yoga. For the past 6 years she has owned her own yoga studio (Flow Yoga Studio in De Pere, WI) where she works with many athletes of all levels, including many of the Green Bay Packers. 

See also 10 Detoxifying Yoga Poses for a Summer ‘Cleanse’

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