Short Practices (Under 20-Minutes)
If you’re a ‘yogi on the go’ without a lot of time to practice — check out these short and sweet practices! In under 20 minutes, you’ll reset your body-mind-spirit, feel enlivened, stable, and tapped into your power within.
Get In and Get Out (Practices Under 30-Minutes)
Take time for YOU! When you're busy it can be hard to find time to get on your mat. But, not anymore! Check out these complete AYAMA practices that take 30 minutes or less! Move your whole body, breathe deeply, let go of stress, and come back home to yourself.
Long Practices (60-Minutes + Longer)
Deepen your yoga experience with these longer AYAMA practices with Yogi Aaron. Whether you want to open your hips, activate your core, or achieve a whole-body reset — you’ll find it here!
Pain-Free Practices (+ Hacks)
You deserve to live a pain-free life! These AYAMA practices will help you eliminate pain in your knees, hips, back, neck, shoulders, and more. You’ll learn how to properly activate your muscles to increase strength, stability, and range of motion while reducing pain in the body.
For Beginners To Yoga + AYAMA™
Here are a list of accessible yoga flows for people of all levels and ages. These safe and simple practices will help guide you back to cultivating more strength and stability, leading to more confidence in your body and life.
The Beginners Yoga Series (7 parts)
This 7 part series will guide any beginner to yoga through a series of postures that are encountered in most yoga classes. This will leave any beginner to yoga confident to join Yogi Aaron's more energetic flows.
How To: Posture Lab
Learn to execute key yoga postures correctly and safely using AYAMA techniques. These short ‘How To’ lessons are ideal for those newer to the practice of yoga who want to learn fundamental alignment, anyone recovering from an injury who wants to ensure they are moving optimally, and those wanting a refresher on yoga basics.
Yoga Practices For Relaxation
Here are a list of practices to help you become more relaxed and to mitigate the negative effects of stress. All of these practices support the ultimate practice of Yoga Nidra.