A great pose for opening up the side-body. Gate pose mimics both extended side angle and reverse warrior poses. Wonderful for days you've been sitting, driving, or traveling, or any time you're looking to open up your breathing muscles! Watch the tutorial, then try the classes below which incorporate this delicious pose into a complete practice.
In this offering, Dhaujee guides us through leg focused movement with an intention of stability. You'll get a mix of balancing, stretching and strengthening throughout your lower half. Perfect for runners or anyone who wants to explore the muscles in the legs and hips. Come for the yoga, stay for the bloopers that are sure to keep you laughing.
**Note** Early in the practice, Dhaujee forgets a piece of the sequence but revisits it later, no need to adjust the flow, just enjoy!
This yoga sculpt flow is about building strength in our legs. We spend most of the flow in standing postures with repetitions and added weights, and a cameo from our fave, the resistance bands! Don't worry, if you don't have bands, there are variations to assist :) This sculpt is short and can be a perfect addition to your longer, lower body focused flow. Have fun with Dhaujée in this fiery sculpt offering, bound to leave you standing powerfully!
A full practice that invigorates from head to toe! We begin with a short standing meditation, then the asana practice opens with balance postures. From there we continue through a slow sequence that opens and extends the entire body. Perfect if you want some deep, focused stretches in a shorter flow.
We build balance through a strong core and stable breath in this sculpt! The practice kicks off with a core sequence to get acquainted with the muscles that help us stabilize. Then we move to tabletop position for a sequence focused on extension from the core. We finish it off with a standing sequence to test the balance we've cultivated. Enjoy!
A yoga practice that doesn't require standing?! Yes please! In this gentle flow, we stay low and breathe through modifications of our favorite poses. This isn't a restorative practice but it moves slow and steady. This flow is perfect if you have low energy and still want a thorough, opening practice.
Hello, friends! This is the perfect practice for days when you have a moderate amount of energy and want to move slowly, feel deeply and really open your shoulders, side body, and especially your hips! This practice may or may not lead you into Horse Face Pose, Vatayanasana. The mythology around the pose is that you are taking the shape of the horse Vishnu (embodied as the avatar Kalki) will ride to bring peace, compassion, sanity and abundance back to earth. Wouldn't that be nice? In order to find the pose, half lotus has to be comfortable for you! If it isn't, please skip the pose! A blanket under your knee may be helpful. Enjoy, yogis!
A quick flow for the new mom that can be done (hopefully!) while baby naps :) Some nice heat-building and tension-releasing along with love for your core and pelvic floor!! Also shoulder, hip, hamstring and upper back opening. Take care of you so you can take care of baby!
Sometimes you want a little more than a restorative practice, but not quite as much as an all out flow. This practice is for those times. Deep hip and hamstring opening are part of the magic. Breathe slowly, feel deeply and enjoy!
The more you sit, the tighter your hips get, and often, the more your back hurts! So don't just sit there...use your chair to open your hips and release your back with dynamic movement! Whether you can't get down on the floor or you're just looking for some simple movement between zoom sessions...this practice works to open the hips while protecting the knees. These movements also secretly build strength in your hips and core. There is nothing like moving on the breath, starting where you are and feeling the freedom of movement to help you recognize you are not stuck! Learn it at home and take it with you on your next road trip! 2 blocks are helpful, but you can also improvise!
Intense and steady, this practice incorporates a lot of core that's interwoven throughout the flow. Special attention to that QL and some nice side-body stretching. Love for your quads and a whole lot more. Enjoy, yogis!