Here is a link to a video showing the basic routine that I have been teaching in most of my meditation retreats. I integrate these bending and stretching exercises co-ordinated with deep rhythmic breathing with the practice of body centered vipassana meditation. This helps the meditator to more easily develope relaxation and awareness of breathing as well as subtler body sensations that is the beginning of vipassana meditation. Being grounded in the breathing body and connected to the subtler sensations helps to observe the stream of intentions, urges and thoughts and the flow of impermanence which is the deeper level of vipassana meditation.
This video was made at the end of a short retreat I conducted in Romania in July 2015, just before going to Sri Lanka to spend the three months vassa (rainy season retreat). A report of my time at the NaUyana Forest monastery and Sri Lanka will be posted shortly.
This link is to a Interview I gave in Romania, with the title, The Mind and Mindfulness: