108 ASANA 10 PACK
108 ASANA 10 PACK
The 108 ASANA cards are designed as a sequencing guide, for all levels of experience, to make your practice more accessible at home, traveling or when building a class.
Each card has alignment cues, levels guide, anatomy coding, and Sanskrit/English asana names. The cards also come with an easy to follow sequencing guide, sample sequences, and an extensive list of asana benefits to help you tailor to your needs. Designed and illustrated by a certified yoga teacher.
- 108 illustrated asana cards with accompanying alignment cues
- Asana benefits list to tailor to your needs
- Easy to follow sequencing guide
- Levels guide to suit your level of experience
- Unique coding system based on yoga anatomy
- Sample sequences to get you started
- Designed and illustrated by a certified yoga teacher
108 ASANA YOGA SEQUENCING CARDS
Your practice can support your every need. The cards are divided into Asana families, starting with Warm up and ending with Restorative. There are two different ways to build your sequence – simply pick a selection of asana using the Levels guide to suit your level of experience or pick a Peak pose you would like to work towards and use the anatomy coding system to build your sequence.
Levels guide - Each card has a level guide to help you pick suitable poses for your level of experience.
If you are a beginner pick a range of Level 1 cards; if you are intermediate introduce Level 2 cards; and if you have an advanced practice include Level 3 cards.
Pick a range of different poses – starting with Warm up and finishing with Restorative.
For every 30 minutes of practice include 5 minutes of Savasana.
Peak pose - The cards also have a collection of anatomy codes to help you understand which muscles of the body are being stretched and/or strengthened.
When sequencing start by identifying a ‘peak pose’ you would like to explore. Then pick a selection of poses from a variety of families that work one or more of the muscle groups from your chosen pose. Working from simple poses to more challenging ones.
A well balanced practice will include all of the families – starting with Warm up and finishing with Restorative.