Learn how to get started doing crow pose, or bakasana, which is a great entry point to doing other arm balances and inversions. Watch the tutorial, then try the classes below which incorporate this pose into a complete practice.
Open every major muscle group, build a lot of heat, fire up your core with intense ab work, practice standing balance to strengthen your body and your ability to focus, get on your hands with options to get upside down, open your heart and your hamstrings, clear your mind, wring yourself out, have a few laughs, and take a nice rest all under an hour! You're welcome, ha!
A little fun sprinkled with some funky-style flow! If you want to move and energize your body this is the class for you....oh, and did I mention it was FUN?!!! Plenty of opportunities to arm balance and get upside down if that's your thing and if not skip it and just flow.
Get ready for a sweaty, fluid, fun flow where we open the hips, hamstrings and shoulders and work with the idea of boundaries—respecting your own on your mat, and learning to create them calmly in your life where needed. Arm balances including crow pose and koundinyasana 2, flying pigeon (or perching pigeon as they say in the UK), and all kinds of other pigeon options to help you let go of anything you might be sitting on.
Need to get out of your head? Then this flow is for you! We work with sun salutations, twists, and balancing poses to help keep you focused in the moment. Find a sense of strength and inner calm. You will feel rejuvenated and clear-minded after this practice! Enjoy.
In this class we will flow and play with a lot of focus on our core activation and other muscles groups that we sometimes forget to engage during a vinyasa flow class! Have fun and enjoy this new awareness in your practice.
A super sweaty, super fun flow where we fire up your core, open the hips, hamstrings and shoulders deeply and get on our hands throughout! Think koundinyasana II, bakasana, tittibhasana, firefly and fun transitions. A little handstand play at the end with optional hippy variations. Savasana is gonna feel gooooood!!!
Let's open the hips, hamstrings and shoulders, shall we? A little Series C starts us off, and leads into skandasana and lizard pose. Then we open the hips further with a dancing warrior flow that leads into bound side angle and bird of paradise. We work on non-reactivity, and learning to ride the waves, staying centered as circumstances ebb and flow.
Get energized in this yummy and delicious flow that will get into all the tight places and spaces that we sometimes ignore in practice. As you unravel these tight spots you will automatically feel better because you'll be able to create more space in the body in places where it was holding onto tension and stress! And guess what? After that you will also mentally feel like you received a reboot...woohoo :)